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Professional wrestling is an art. The Work of Wrestling Podcast is dedicated to exploring that simple truth. Host Tim Kail, Editor In Chief at www.workofwrestling.com, analyzes wrestling shows, explicates promos, examines social issues, and shares personal stories about pro-wrestling's cultural merit in over 100 episodes of thoughtful arts criticism.

Dec 26, 2016

In part 2 of the Season Finale, Work of Wrestling host Tim Kail continues his investigation into why he, and so many others, feel perpetually dissatisfied by professional wrestling and often give up watching on a consistent basis. Rather than focus on all the repetitive criticisms that the pro-wrestling community consistently level at the WWE (Vince McMahon is out of touch, the writers are terrible, no one is "over"), Tim takes a deeper look at a potential flaw in the professional wrestling medium itself, specifically the way the WWE has structured its idea of pro-wrestling. This is the final episode before the hiatus, and it offers an unexpected resolution to a collection of issues Tim has faced for many years throughout his WWE-fandom. Follow on Twitter @TimKailWrites and visit www.workofwrestling.com.