Wrestling Isn’t Real: This Awesome Parody Explains Why That Doesn’t Matter

“Wrestling isn’t real.” It’s a phrase we’ve all heard (or said) at one time or another in reference to the noble entertainment exercise that is professional wrestling. It’s also a true statement. Pro wrestling isn’t a traditional competitive sport in the sense that it’s represented at the Olympics (although how great would that be?); it’s a specific genre of entertainment that blends athleticism with over-the-top story telling in a way that has consistently entertained generations. That’s the point that Max Landis makes in his absolutely excellent docu-parody “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling,” which uses the career of fan favorite wrestler Triple H to explain exactly how and what pro wrestling really is.