Top 12 WWE Secrets They Don’t Want You To Know!
World Wrestling Entertainment has millions of fans all over the world, but there are a few well-kept WWE secrets that the company doesn’t want you to know about.
WWE was first founded in 1953, but it didn’t have a particularly large number of fans at the time. In 1953, the company was called the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, which only lasted for 10 years. The reason behind this is that many people were intimidated by the brutality and skill behind the sport, and they felt more comfortable with sports like baseball, soccer, and football. In the 1980s, however, WWE made a comeback by bringing in skilled wrestlers from all over the world. Seeing talented and familiar faces made people realize that wrestling was an easily accessible form of entertainment for anyone. After all, you don’t need any skill in wrestling yourself to have a good time watching people bodyslam each other!
WWE may have had humble origins, but the company looks quite different today. The headquarters are located in Stamford, Connecticut, but the show is available to watch in over 150 different countries. Furthermore, the show hosts around 500 different events every single year. Today, WWE has hardly diminished in popularity.
Of course, WWE has existed for so long and has so many different wrestlers, there are bound to be a few dark secrets the company doesn’t want you to know about. In today’s video, we’re going to take a look at some of the secrets that WWE doesn’t want their fans to know. Make sure you stick around until the very end of the video, where we’ll pay homage to some of WWE’s past wrestlers who were so committed to the sport that it eventually took their lives.