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Fact Sheet Aspiring Superstars Backyard Wrestling Superstar Imposters Parents Privacy Policy Wrestling Schools

Our performers are highly trained athletes. Many have played collegiate or professional sports. They are also successful entertainers, who have mastered the art of bringing their WWA - World Wrestling Alliance characters to life.

If young adults and teens are sincerely interested in a possible career in the ring, they should consider participating in organized athletics to develop superb athletic skills. Some good activities to consider would be amateur wrestling and gymnastics. They should also consider participating in theater to receive some on-stage experience. A high school or college education is a must for today's WWA - World Wrestling Alliance Superstar. (Virtually all of our Superstars have graduated either high school or college). Finally, after completing high school or college, young adults should pursue professional training from many of the credible "professional wrestling" organizations around the country. These organizations should be carefully evaluated to determine their expertise in training and safety.

Undertaking aggressive "backyard wrestling" activities that could result in serious injury is the way to the hospital and permanent disability, not to the WWA - World Wrestling Alliance or Superstardom. Instead, the WWA - World Wrestling Alliance encourages children to participate in organized athletic teams under the supervision of trained athletic coaches.