Daniel Garcia on the differences between pro wrestling and sports entertainment



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Daniel Garcia on the differences between pro wrestling and sports entertainment

Wrestling is a sport that progresses year by year and attracts the attention of numerous people. Since the arrival of WWE on the scene, wrestling has been on the rise and has been at the top for many years. Daniel Garcia is one of the better wrestlers, and in an interview with Bleacher Report, he talked about the difference between sports entertainment and wrestling.

It is a topic that is often discussed, and many people wonder what the difference is “I do think that pro wrestling and sports entertainment are different things. I know you’ve heard people even say it on podcasts.

You’ve heard Triple H say it on Logan Paul’s podcast that there’s a difference between a sports entertainer and a pro wrestler. And I think I’d be lying if I said there wasn’t any difference,”- he said, as quoted by ewrestlingnews.com.

Garcia believes that both sides have artistic value, but that wrestling is something special, and a sport that can evoke various emotions. “Sports entertainment, people think it’s more consumable to a wide audience.

And it’s not. Pro wrestling can garner just as much emotion and as much storytelling as sports entertainment can, if not more”.

Daniel Garcia on Chris Jericho: I think he’s a master at telling the story

Daniel Garcia also referred to Chris Jericho, who has been in this world for many years.

He emphasized his importance for wrestling. Jericho's actions and advice were extremely important to him. Experience, talent, and motivation are the things that always graced Jericho. “That’s the biggest thing I learned from him: How to portray a story and how to portray emotion without necessarily having to state it abruptly and so broadly to the audience.

I think he’s a master at telling the story through his body language and pushing narratives forward without having to say it so straightforward”.