Just about everyone's job involves doing things that they hate from time to time, and although your boss can make you do it, they can't make you do it with a smile.
But while it's fine to scowl in an empty toilet cubicle from which you've been asked to mop up someone's sick, you're not allowed to show your frustration when you're being watched by a live television audience.
It's a good thing, then, that wrestlers are absolutely always super professional, and never let their personal feelings - however intense and all-consuming - get in the way of their primary commitment to their employers.
Well, not quite always.
There have been one or two occasions when they have totally blown their gaskets right in the middle of their matches, letting the whole world know (usually via a stream of expletives) exactly what they think of the stupid tasks they've been asked to carry out.
Do that at your place of work, and you're likely to face the chop. Wrestlers, on the other hand, tend to escape with just a slap on the wrist; a perk of being responsible for a large chunk of your employers' revenue.