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Storm Wrestling Academy trains aspiring professional wrestlers in Calgary

Former World Wrestling Entertainment professional wrestler Lance storm teaches aspiring stars at his wrestling academy in southeast Calgary.

Former professional Lance Storm spent more than 15 years in the WWE

Former professional wrestler Lance Storm runs a wrestling school in Calgary. 1:54

The world of professional wrestling is considered fake by some — more theatre than sport.

Wrestling fans see it as fun, athletic performance art that requires real skill to master.

Former World Wrestling Entertainment professional wrestler Lance storm teaches aspiring stars at his wrestling academy in southeast Calgary.

The course costs $4,000 and students train five days a week for three months.

People come from all over the world to train at Storm's school and chase their dreams of being professional wrestlers.

Watch CBC's Terri Trembath's Calgary wrestling report.

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