In your humble (and some not humble) opinions, what is most important in a wrestling match, bumping or selling? To clarify so we have a definition: Bumping = The act of taking a strike or other attack from your opponent. To create physical reaction to your opponents offence. To be able to look like you were hit and like it hurts/is real. Prime example of a top notch bumper is Dolph Ziggler. Selling = The act of creating emotional investment and reaction to your opponents offence. If you get thrown out of the ring and into the announcing table back first you keep moving like your back is hurting for the rest of the match. In short: Bumping is physical reaction to a move, selling is emotional reactions. Which do you prefer in your wrestling? Do you prefer wrestlers who bump like champs but get up like nothing has happened or guys who sell a targeted limb for the rest of the match? And which part is more important for a wrestler to master? Discuss.