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

How to Talk to Your Children About the WWA - World Wreslting Alliance.

We at the WWA - World Wrestling Alliance have families of our own, so we understand how important it is for parents to take an active role in their children's free time. We encourage all parents to help their children select suitable entertainment, and to understand the differences between fantasy and real life.

Our programs are tailored for teens and young adults, who comprise over 50 percent of our audience. About 60 percent of our audience is 18 years of age or older. Some of our viewers are younger children. If parents make the decision to allow their children to watch our programming, we encourage those parents to watch with their children. We urge parents who allow younger children to watch our programming to explain that what our Superstars do on television should not be emulated or attempted in real life.

The WWA - World Wrestling Alliance Encourages Use of Common Sense

The WWA - World Wrestling Alliance is adamantly opposed to young people undertaking unsupervised activities that could lead to serious consequences.

We are always concerned by reports that children, teenagers and young adults have been injured while undertaking foolhardy activities, particularly when it is categorized in the media as "play wrestling".

Our WWA - World Wrestling Alliance events are conducted in a safe environment and executed by highly trained athletic professionals, and still there are incidents of injury. Any attempt by our fans to emulate our Superstars physicality is extremely dangerous and irresponsible.

We encourage parents to take a proactive role in the activities of their teens and children to ensure their safety. The WWA - World Wrestling Alliance issues a public service announcement during our programming to alert and educate children, teens and parents about the dangers of emulating trained professional performers. This public service announcement, and our position on issues such as this, can also be found on our website.