Most wrestling matches last a certain number of falls, with the first page reaching the majority of falls, submissions or away counts being the winner. In the past, games were played at 3 falls (“best 2 out of 3”) or 5 falls (“best 3 out of 5”). The standard for modern games is a case. These games have a time limit; If not enough falls are made at the end of the time limit, the game will be declared void. Modern games usually have a time limit of 10 to 30 minutes for standard games; Title fights can last up to an hour. British wrestling matches, played according to the rules of Admiral-Lord Mountevans, consist of six three-minute rounds with a thirty-second break between each round and can be either 2 falls out of 3, or the wrestler with the most falls wins at the end of the final round.  Of course, there are exceptions where a wrestler has a gimmick that would make it strange for him to walk around in costume. But for the most part, you`ll see wrestlers all dressed up when they go into an arena to prepare for a show, or when they do a promotion for WWE and aren`t wearing their wrestling gear. It is also a good practice to humanize these people.
After seeing them in their outfits and making crazy moves, it`s easy to forget that they are normal people. They are made of flesh and bones, just like you and me, and they also follow the rule that you feel good when you look good. Those promos you see? They are complete with possible alleged penalties for wrestlers who decide to leave the book. WWE is not the only wrestling organization in the world. Companies such as All Elite Wrestling (AEW), Impact Wrestling (Impact!) and Ring of Honor (ROH) regularly hold competitions. WWE wrestlers are not allowed to attend competitions outside of their organization. This can hinder a WWE wrestler`s career if he is seen in a competing company. One of the tasks of a wrestler is to protect his opponents while facing each other in a match. There are so many ways wrestlers hit each other during fights, and hitting each other with closed fists is not one of them. As in many other promotions, WWE wrestlers follow the rule of not hitting their opponents with closed fists, and wrestlers only deliver deceptive punches with minimal impact on each other.
As mentioned earlier, wrestling can be an incredibly dangerous industry if you`re working with someone who doesn`t know what they`re doing. That`s why WWE has made a strange rule in recent years, but it`s a rule that makes a lot of sense. What we`re talking about is that the management told the wrestlers that not everyone is allowed to perform certain moves during shows. Yes, we`re sure all kinds of talented wrestlers could learn how to make a stack rider perfect, but if you`re WWE and you`ve seen as many life-changing injuries as they have, you don`t want to take any chances with something like that. Those who produce professional struggle have developed a kind of global brotherhood, with family ties, a common language and ancestral traditions. New artists are expected to “pay their dues” for a few years by working in less publicized promotions and working as a ring team before climbing the ranks.   The permanent lists of most promotions establish a hierarchical order behind the scenes, with veterans mediating conflicts and mentoring young wrestlers.  For many decades (and even to a lesser extent today), artists were expected to keep alive the illusions of the legitimacy of struggle even when they were not performing, essentially fulfilling their character whenever they were in public.  Some veterans speak of a “disease” among wrestling artists, an inexplicable need to remain active in the world of wrestling despite the devastating impact that work can have on life and health.
 This is a rule that wrestlers must follow, which perhaps only the most diehard core of fans understood early on. It was not uncommon to see wrestlers jumping into the ring and climbing ropes to pose for the crowd and get a crazy reaction from them. After all, one of the most entertaining parts of wrestling is always watching a wrestler climb the ropes and balance themselves on them before delivering a massive blow to an opponent. Seeing them do something like this during the entrance was also a plus, and people enjoyed it a lot. If all participants in a match continue to violate the referee`s instructions, the match may end in a double disqualification in which the wrestlers or teams (in a tag team match) have been disqualified. The game is essentially cancelled and called a draw or, in some cases, a restart or the same game takes place during a pay-per-view or show the next night. Sometimes in a match to determine the challenger for the heel master title, the champion is forced to fight for the title against both opponents at the same time. Usually, double disqualification is caused by the heel wrestler`s stick in a match between two wrestlers facing each other to determine his opponent. Yes, it`s almost unbelievable, isn`t it? At some point, when someone became a diva who attracted a lot of crowd attention, it was almost a given that they would end up posing for Hugh Hefner and his magazine.