The longest professional Wrestling match ever (as certified by Guinness, no official record existed before this for modern professional wrestling ) was on January 8th 2011 in Murietta, CA for the Epic War wrestling promotion, between "Rockstar" Cordova (Michael Inman) and "Dangerous J" Jaysin Strife (Nathan Blodgett) in a 7-Hour Ironman Match. Jaysin Strife won the match 14-13 falls. A 1 minute rest period was given after each fall so if you deduct the rest time they wrestled for a total of 6 hours and 33 mins which still beats the disputed record of 6 hours and 30 mins (as well as the well known yet unofficial Lewis/Stecher record of 5 and 1/2 hours)
The above answer is in regards to "Professional Wrestling". Addressing wrestling as a whole, professional(fake) and real wrestling, this is still the wrong answer. The longest match in wrestling took place at the 1912 Olympics. The bout between Klein and Asikainen was the longest. It lasted 11 hours and forty minutes. After Klein finally took the victory, he was too tired to compete in the final.
The storyline is scripted, the actual wrestling match is not
lucha for a wrestling match luchando for actually wrestling
A no disqualification match.
A wrestling duel is actually the match that is going on.
Every wrestling match is fixed (scripted) but sometimes wrestlers decide to shoot (fight legitimately).
Roeber Wrestling Match - 1901 was released on: USA: December 1901
A Japanese Wrestling Match - 1903 was released on: USA: April 1903
Wrestling Match Hackenschmidt - 1907 was released on: USA: February 1907
It's all a script. They read it and act it out.