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    Wrestling TTM

    How come wrestling doesn't have it's own section and it's listen in other sports? Yes I do collect most other sports but it's kind of frustrating going through a bunch of other stuff looking for wrestlers especially when the successes are often listed under their gov't name, not their stage name.
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    That's just the way the TTMM was set-up many years ago. Frankly, the Golf section and Soccer section generate much lower use, but whomever designed the TTMM did it this way, and at this point, it wouldn't be able to be changed without a major rehaul. As a free service, that's probably not going to happen anytime soon. Wrestling is tough because of the stage name versus real name, and some of the former wrestlers aren't allowed to keep their stage name, since the WWF/WWE owns it, so you can't really list their stage name, for instance, legal name: Jonathan David Good, AEW name: Jon Moxley, WWE name: Dean Ambrose-which do you use?. It's tricky.

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