With the professional wrestling, a dark match ( match sinks ) is a match which belongs to a chart of a televised show but which is not diffused on television. The Brooklyn Brawler for example one is accustomed of the dark matches. Many of these dark matches is held at the beginning of the representations; usually, one or two dark matches is used for " chauffer" public while waiting for the televised matches. A dark match can also be held at the end of the show, when the cameras televised are extinct. It is especially the case for the WWE with division SmackDown! which often offers a match no-claims bonus after the end of the recordings TV.
The dark matches at the beginning of a chart generally emphasize a local all-in wrestler, or a talent of other promotions or schools of development. Thus the televised shows of WWE often include/understand young talents of its school of development, the Ohio Valley Wrestling, in their dark matches. The all-in wrestlers of the dark matches of end are generally those which are accustomed to the hand-vents, and are used to sell more tickets and also to return people on their premises happy.
The dark matches are generally ignored, but are sometimes the occasion to measure the reaction of the fans vis-a-vis the young talents which will be brought one day for some to be great appointments. The dark matches also make it possible to discover local talents, and in certain cases, a company can offer to a local talent a contract with the federation.
Recently, the matches before the Pay per view with the WWE are also recognized as being dark matches.
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