- n. Plural form of wrestler.
“Spotlight will be on: The most intriguing of the inexperienced U.S. wrestlers is 21-year-old Henry Cejudo who, two years ago, became the first high schooler in at least 25 years to win a national title.”
“I hope they show how much pain wrestlers go threw in there career and show the difficult times a wrestler has because he/she is away from there family.”
“So popular is it, that in addition to public performers, who travel about the country exhibiting their prowess, the Daimios keep private bands: each district has some especial champion; and every Japanese a favourite '_smoo_' as they term the wrestlers, whose exploits are canvassed with an enthusiasm totally at variance with the stolid indifference which usually characterises the people, when any subject is broached that does not directly concern their ordinary vocations.”
“He called the wrestlers he supported "Team Foxcatcher" and envisioned them filling the roster of the 1996 U.S.”
“Funded by a host of local sponsors, the group attracts as many as 500 a show and headlines big-name wrestlers such as "Glacier," a former WCW star.”
“ Jim Neidhart) vs main American wrestlers (including Goldust, Ken Shamrock ”
“We really want to be known as wrestlers, not just hot girls.”
“WWE addressed the biggest complaints about last year's event in Orlando - that the show dragged on too long and the crowd was unruly - by imposing time limits on the speeches and putting up signs that said that catcalling the wrestlers on stage was prohibited and would result in ejection.”
“The wrestlers are the same as those who represented Smackdown the weekend earlier, but with two changes.”
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