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Show your friends and family you are ready to rumble, send them the People Wrestling emoji to say you’re not backing down from a fight! This emoji features two gender-neutral people, dressed in differently coloured wrestling gear, each other. It has five skin tone variants and two gender options, namely the Women Wrestling emoji, and Men Wrestling emoji.

The People Wrestling emoji is commonly used to refer to wrestling, and topics related to wrestling. If you’re posting a game update on a recent wrestling tournament or championship, use the wrestling emoji in your captions, whether you plan to do a story, a Facebook update, or just a tweet. The use of this emoji is definitely not limited to only American wrestling, fans of the Japanese national sport, sumo wrestling, use this emoji to spice up their posts and conversations. In fact, some even refer to this emoji as the Sumo emoji!

Depending on context, the Wrestling emoji may also be used in a somewhat lighthearted and humorous tone. For example, fans of the famous movie, “Nacho Libre” like to use the Nacho Libre emoji instead of the emoji’s official name. “Nacho Libre” is a comedy flick about a monk who moonlights as a Luchador, or Mexican wrestler.

On a wider scale, use the wrestling emoji while posting about a tackling incident that occurred in any sport. It could be a scene from a football game, basketball game, cricket, or anything else. As long as it features two players obstructing each other, you’re good!

🤼 People Wrestling is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016, and was added to Emoji 3.0.

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People Wrestling Emoji History

People Wrestling Emoji is created in the year 2016.

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