As young as you want 18 is the youngest you can get away with in pro Wrestling but if you dont want pro then it's not a good idea to start when young (you dont want to be hitting your dad at 9 years old)
Watching wwe is harmless at Any age becouse they are totally pg watching tna a little older becouse it happens that they use inapropriate language czw you should detirmate yourself becouse they use a LOT of blood
High school wrestling, any age. WWE wrestling, 20
however old your parents allow you to see it, if they buy you tickets you can go, like wwe, raw, smackdown and all that...
start learning how to sell and do the move now then go in to wrestling school at 18 or 19 but do not rush
Started wrestling at 14 years old, freshman year SDHS
He began wrestling in approximately 1970 at the age of 16, making him reportibly the youngest professional wrestler in history.
When Jeff Hardy was only 16 he had started wrestling for WWE.
He started wrestling in 2004
The Rock started wrestling around 1996.
If you mean real wrestling, the answer is YES. They start them a lot younger then that. If your talking about wrestling as they do in Professional Wrestling, I would say no.
You have to be atleast 18 years of age. You can get the info for getting into TNA wrestling at www.tnawrestling.com
Because Pro Wrestling could get you famous and maybe some of them are interested in acting and they start to fight first.