Professional Wrestling Adopts Instant Replay
Professional wrestling instant replay will be used in controversial matches. Referees will be allowed to review tape from moments they were distracted by unruly wrestlers, and can overturn the result of matches after the fact if there is evidence of foul play.
All thanks to the introduction of professional wrestling instant replay. For decades, professional wrestling has been plagued by illegal interference. This may stem from the single referee system, one proven flawed in countless matches. More shoots than I care to remember have been decided following an illegal blow that went unnoticed by a distracted referee. These include shots to the groin, as well as outright assaults with championship belts, chairs, and all other sorts of wrestling paraphernalia.
The association is also considering a mass review, which could overturn the results of hundreds of matches throughout the decades. This could nullify titles, change records, and plain out rewrite the history of professional wrestling itself. This measure is still up for a vote, while instant replay has already been passed and will be instituted immediately.