yes, in that they know who will be vicorious, yes in that they would probably talk about it if they were going to throw each other onto a table or jump on someone from a 15ft ladder. but no in that not every single move is talked about and rehersed prior to a match. as they are professionals they go-with-the-flow some time, but other times they plan ahead.Answer100% true, some guys talk, to each other and the ref, more than others, but there's always an outline they decide on, well before the match. If you watch, a match, close enough, you can see them talk, for a breif second, and take a minute to think, about the ref arguing with one of the guys. 99% of the time they argue, the ref gets KOed, right then, or a short time later. The ref isn't arguing, he's getting told what they want to happen. I know that pro-Wrestling is fake, but I still enjoy watching it, week in and week out.
Wrestling matches are choreographed and planned. They have scripts to loosely follow for what to say and what to do.
Undoubtedly, all professional wrestling is choreographed.
Who choreographed the song 'Jai Ho'?
Tabitha and Napoleon choreographed it. NappyTabs.
Stanley Donen and Gene Kelley co-choreographed it
Choreographed Man of War was created in 2001.
yes and no, high flying moves are 100% real, but powerful moves and slams are only sometimes real, but yes the matches are choreographed and scripted
Garth Fagan choreographed Broadway the lion king musical
Thriller by Michael Jackson was choreographed by Michael Peters and Michael Jackson.
Jerry Mitchell choreographed the 2001 Broadway revival.
she choreographed 4 alot but started choreogrphing 4 the jacksons
The only name I can find is Rob Iscove. He choreographed the film version.
Rob Iscove choreographed the 1973 film of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Christopher Bruce choreographed Swan Song and it was released in 1987. abbie xx
All of the High School Musical movies were choreographed by Bonnie Story and Charles "Chucky" Klapow
Andrew Lloyd Webber choreographed "The Phantom of the Opera." He also choreographed the musical "Cats." Is this some sort of joke? ALW "composed" (most) of the music for Phantom and Cats, but he had NOTHING to do with the "choreography" (stage movement and dancing).
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Who choreographed the first production of Pyotr Ilyich-Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker is debated. Lev Ivanov is often credited, but Marius Petipa might have done it too.The first complete performance in the USA was choreographed by William Christensen.