Originally posted by PWInsider.comChris Jericho, Ric Flair, and Dave Batista had files charged against them for allegedly harassing a Huntsville, Alabama man in a local Hooters this past Monday evening, according to WAAY 31 TV in Alabama.
After reading the rest of the article, it seems like some guy was out to make a little cash and decided that the best way to do it was to say he was almost beaten up by some wrestlers.
I just picture some guy in a cowboy hat and a belt buckle the size of the World Heavyweight title thinking that he could kick some wrestler's ass.
I've seen that guy* in a couple of bars in Tallahassee. When I first saw him I just muttered to friends at the table "nice belt...I wonder who he pinned for it".
ON-TOPIC: If it exists I think we need to see some footage of the three of them playing keep-away with the hat ending up on Big Dave's head and him stomping around like one of the Blackjacks, or at the very least doing the Young Sam Houston two-step. That would just rule.
*Most likely not the same guy...as if there's only one guy in the south with a 10 gallon hat and giant buckle.
""We may boo Santa Claus and throw frozen batteries in the end zone, but we don't throw $7 beers. We don't waste those." -Spurs forward and Philadelphia native Malik Rose, speaking on the Pacers-Pistons incident
Dana Mixx claimed that the three stars took his cowboy hat and wouldn't give it back to him. Mixx also claimed that they pushed him and threatened to beat him up if he tried to retrieve it, but eventually returned the hat.
It should be noted this isn't the only lrgal action filed against the company by Mr. Mixx, as the "he wouldn't let me on the slide" suit against Bubba Ray Dudley and the "neither picked me for their dodgeball team and said I had cooties" joint action against Billy Kidman and Dawn Marie are still waiting for bench dates.
What a puss.
(edited by Barbwire Mike on 17.12.04 1149) Lethalwrestling.com: If you don't read us, you're probably gay
Even TNA gave the man a video package, even though he was only wrestling with them for a few weeks. Say what you will about TNA being a bush league #2 promotion, but that was a classy move on their part to pay him some kind of tribute.