On June 19, , I attended my second WWE wrestling event with my boyfriend, who is a diehard wrestling fan. Sure, I grew up watching wrestling with my dad and my grandfather, but a year ago, a wrestling event was the last place I would have ever pictured myself. Many of you significant others to wrestling fans can relate when I say that wrestling has brought in an interesting twist to my relationship. Here are ten signs that make it painfully obvious that you might be dating a WWE fan. At first, it just sounds like somebody was just trying to come up with as many acronyms as possible. But after many discussions, you know that NXT is basically the training ground of all of the faces you see on Smackdown and Raw.
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While many corporations have thrived as a result of this widespread illness we're looking at you, Amazon , others aren't so lucky, like those that earn big bucks from live viewership. The WWE is one of those businesses and has had to adjust its model accordingly, like centralizing its shows in a specific location and welcoming the advent of virtual fans. While it might seem like a weird solution, it's infinitely weirder to watch sporting events without throngs of faces peering at the action from the stands. It's something that I personally thought I'd be able to get used to, but after several UFC pay-per-views and multiple RAW and SmackDown episodes, it was still striking me as "weird" that there wasn't anybody "watching" the action from the outside.