The WWE was always scripted, that is the winners is pre-decided and the stories carried out are also a script. But the action carried out in the ring is not fake. Though they try to minimize the damage done to the fellow superstars by safely performing the moves, the bumps and falls they take are real. While a WWE wrestler would never intentionally hurt his opponent, accidents do happen. It is very rare for any wrestler to end their career without suffering a major injury at one point in their career.
Professional wrestling in the United States, until the 1920s, was viewed as a legitimate sport. This view did not endure into the 1930s, as professional wrestling became identified with modern theatrics, or "admitted fakeness" ("kayfabe"), moving away from being a showcase for true competition. In some cases, the two wrestlers will know who's supposed to win, how long the match is supposed to take, and then plan out with their opponent the sequence of three or four moves that will make the finishing montage, ending with the pin (1-2-3), the count-out, the disqualification, or general mayhem.
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