WKU course is a cerebral look at pro wrestling culture
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By CHUCK MASON The Daily Newscmason@bgdailynews.com 783-3262
It’s a body slam to the senses – a cerebral look at a cultural phenomenon that’s survived in America since before World War II and that has had more storylines than “Days of Our Lives” and “All My Children” combined.
“Sex, Lies and Headlocks” isn’t required reading for your average college course at most universities.
Then again, not every college course has been the subject of a question on “Jeopardy” under the category “Pop Culture College Courses” or made BuzzFeed’s “23 Awesomely Weird College Classes To Enroll In Immediately,” where “Topics in Comparative Media: American Pro Wrestling” was listed No. 13 in 2013...