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Today's term means almost the opposite of its common use in modern culture.

over (adjective): Popular; beloved.

Example: "Kacey's so over, she could take candy from a baby and the baby's mom would offer her another piece!"

go over (verb): To win.

Example: "I asked Mark to do business at trivia tonight, and he agreed. I'm totally going over."

Surprisingly, there's not much use of "under" in the pro wrestling world; you're over, or you're going over, or you're jobbing. If you're not over, you should work on your character, talk to the booker, and try to get pushed.

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