little wrestling things


Little Wrestling Things I Love:

the way that wrestling fans can fall in love with a plant or a trombone or a fake (now real) cereal or an ever growing number of fictitious children and believe in them and care about them so much they become plot points

Fall in love with someone who...
  • wants to make you laugh
  • accepts you for who you are
  • feels comfortable being themselves around you
  • won’t mind when you burp or fart
  • will let you win when you try to wrestle them
  • will sing in the car with you
  • will sing Disney duets in the car with you
  • finds time to tell you that you are important
  • makes you happy
  • understands that sometimes you still want to be a little kid
  • surprises you every day
  • wants to hear about your day
  • finds you beautiful when you first wake up in the morning
  • loves your flaws
  • loves your family
  • wants to support your passions
  • can’t stand being away from you
  • understands that you will always want a bite of their dessert
  • wants you to meet their friends
  • is not only your partner but also your best friend
  • loves you even when you have a bad day
  • will teach you new things
  • wants to try new things with you
  • loves you 
Here’s a list of what I’d like to do with you:
  • Hug
  • Go on walks while holding hands
  • Smile
  • Kiss
  • Cuddle
  • Wrestle
  • Pick you up
  • Put food on your face
  • Have cute little dates
  • Have movie nights
  • Tease you
  • Take adorable pictures
  • Play pranks
  • Go new places
  • Try new things
  • Fall in love

Fandom: WWE

Pairing: Dean Ambrose/Roman Reigns (Ambreigns)

Rating: M (just for language this time guys, sorry!)

AN: Set during recent events (MITB and Battleground 2016). With the proud return of SuperAsshole!Seth. Enjoy this little hunk of not kayfabe at all nonsense!

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One of my favorite little things in wrestling is when a wrestler loudly telegraphs what they’re about to do by Staring Dramatically At Something so the audience has a chance to anticipate and respond, and I was a little afraid Kevin Owens was going to give himself whiplash doing it for an audience of 100,000 just before this frog splash.  (But oh, the way the crowd comes to their feet in response!)