US wrestler Mae Young was 90 years old when she died on January 14, 2014. (born Johnny Mae Young, March 12, 1923)
Training and Conditioning
Step1 Take up a sport other than wrestling. Many WWE wrestlers started as well-rounded athletes playing football or other sports. You don't need to be a world-class athlete, but you should be conditioned as a wrestling match is a strenuous activity.
Step2 Take up amateur wrestling in school. Having a background in actual competitive wrestling has never been required, but it will help. Fans are growing more and more to like wrestlers that can pull off actual wrestling moves.
Step3 Attend professional wresting schools. The WWE does not personally sponsor any schools, but there are many independent schools and some sponsored by smaller wrestling companies. Check online to find a school near your area.
Step4 Take acting or speech classes. Remember that WWE wresting is a mix of sports and theater. You need to be an entertaining character as well as an athlete.
The Pro Wrestling Ladder
Step1 Try out for a smaller, independent wrestling organization. This is the same as starting in the minor leagues in major league sports. The big difference is you will have to rely on yourself to move upward.
Step2 Get a tryout in Ohio Valley Wrestling, located in Louisville, Kentucky. This is the official training ground for the WWE, and almost all their wrestlers come from here.
Step3 Move up to the WWE to perform in dark matches. You will first take part in matches put on for the live fans before the televised matches. From here, you will likely move on to Heat, the WWE's webcast show.
Step4 Move up to WWE television shows. Your character will be assigned to either Raw, SmackDown or ECW. Many consider Raw to be the cream of the crop because it's televised live.
Kane unmasking was not his decision, Kane wanted to keep the mask as it was a large part of his character. A storyline writer came up with the idea and it was given the go ahead. Kane fought to keep his mask but it was to no avail. Kane didn't even want to change his mask to the one he had with no mouth cover but again it was out of his hands. Kane losing the mask is very unfortunate because it was who Kane was, this was a big mistake in my opinion. They should have listened to him and let him keep the mask. Kane is still one of the most dominant superstars ever to grace the WWF/WWE but Kane as a character will never be the same without his mask
John Cena, Even thouth He's not WWE Champion Anymore And lost it At ECW One Night stand to Rob Van Dam rated R.K.O.
It's called the 'F5'.