Top 10 Reasons Why WWE Has Nothing On Idaho’s Wrestling Scene
A lot of people bag on wrestling because they know it's scripted, they know it's "fake." While that may be the case, that doesn't take away from the amount of work the pros have put in to be where they are... and who they are.
According to MacroTrends, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) generated $1.292 BILLION dollars in 2022 alone... that's just the WWE. TJR Wrestling reports that the WWE's primary competitor, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) generated over $100 million in revenue in 2022.
Despite all of that money, the WWE and AEW have nothing on the wrestling scene of Idaho.
Introducing Idaho Wrestle Club
Idaho Wrestle Club advertises itself as "Idaho's 1st and only professional wrestling organization." They certainly deliver on the entertainment and one could argue that it rivals the WWE and AEW. From its colorful characters to its drawn-out storylines, let's look at the top ten reasons why the WWE has nothing on Idaho's Wrestle Club.
Top 10 Reasons Why WWE Has Nothing On Idaho's Wrestling Scene
Wrestling is quite the attraction in Boise as people scramble for tickets every time the WWE comes to town. There are even a few Boise State Broncos that could lace up and get into the squared circle.
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If wrestling in Idaho doesn't blow up. What sport would? Should Boise get an NFL team? What about the recently revived XFL which has WWE legend and movie star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as a co-owner? Or maybe, with all of the success that Boise State's men's basketball team is experiencing this season... maybe Boise is ready for an NBA team?
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Some parents put their kids in football... some parents put their kids in martial arts.