The writer denounces the insidious invasion and installation of the parastate as well as the tragic hardship and responsibility of the mass, through a symbolic allegory, developed according to the spirit of the theater of Absurd. The play owns its form in the 7- year period of the dictatorship in Greece when the literary expression, auto-censored, trying to appear in publicity, was obliged to resort to suggestive parallelisms and symbolically covered political accusations. Stratis Karas with his 'Wrestlers', expresses his personal protest and aversion for the unfeeling methods of the parastate and the oppression and submission of people, without trying to make historical analyses. In the whole play a subtle atmosphere of a game prevails, giving the plot a dramatic tension. The comic element occupies the greatest part and conflicts dramatically with the desperation of the characters that are reflected behind a comic appearance.