What the hell is with that steaming pile of crap reported via WO?? Parts of which seem to be getting propagated around the net. A small handful of facts, plus a made-up bunch of extremely random shit. I'm rarely astonished by Internet garbage, but that one did blow me away with the bizarre combination of factoids & hallucinogenics. My immediate reaction was that they didn't have any proper show report, so they published an "April Fools" style placeholder, til they got something real. But it still lives!
I'm loathe to even link to the article, as odd as it is. But it's easily findable via wrestlingdb.com ...
Dave Meltzer may have asked for it. On Sunday's Wrestling Observer Live, he was discussing the recent Jericho "shoot" on Goldberg on KUPD that never happened. He said it was well done, and had the writer not added in things about there being heat between Jericho and Goldberg, which he knew to be false, he wouldn't have been able to tell it was a fake. He then joked about the fact now people were going to send him fake news to see if he spotted it.
I read spoilers most weeks, but generally forget them within a few minutes. The sad thing is that sometimes WWE's real storylines are so ridiculous, they sound made up.
I was a grad student at IUBloomington when this study was being conducted and several of us in the comm department who were wrestling fans had great fun ridiculing both the research methodology and the rather pointed bias of the authors.