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dwaters
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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.38
    Originally posted by InVerse


    Incidentally, for those that haven't heard the story in the past, Titus O'Neill once bought a meal for a homeless person as he was leaving a restaurant. A little later in the night, he found out that as soon as he was gone, the restaurant made the homeless guy leave. So the next day, Titus went around the city, gathered up 40 homeless people and took them out for lunch at the restaurant and stayed and ate with them.


That's a great story.


Let's hope this doesn't lead to superstars tripping on purpose trying to get their moment in the sun.
ekedolphin
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.91
    Originally posted by dwaters
      Originally posted by InVerse


      Incidentally, for those that haven't heard the story in the past, Titus O'Neill once bought a meal for a homeless person as he was leaving a restaurant. A little later in the night, he found out that as soon as he was gone, the restaurant made the homeless guy leave. So the next day, Titus went around the city, gathered up 40 homeless people and took them out for lunch at the restaurant and stayed and ate with them.


    That's a great story.


    Let's hope this doesn't lead to superstars tripping on purpose trying to get their moment in the sun.


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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.75
That is a great story. I knew he did a lot of charity things but never heard this one.
He seems like a good guy. Not special in the ring not even in his promos. But his real person seems like a great charismatic guy.
In a way he's lucky he didn't stumble longer before actually falling. He could've it his head hard against the apron.

I didn't get the chance (yet) to watch most of the show.Tuned in around the start of the Rumble which was fun.
Daniel Bryan's efforts (and chest) were awesome. Strowman winning makes sense.
Oh I also saw AJ vs Nakamura, I'm interested to see where this one goes. A no-hold barred match I guess?
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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.19
VERY cool story about Titus. I had a similar thing happen to me but on a much lesser level. I invited a homeless guy into Wendy's with me to get lunch one day. He was standing next to me and the manager comes out and starts berating him, yelling at him that he had to leave. I looked the manager in the eye and told him I'd invited him to have lunch with me, and he'd leave when we were finished. I wasn't planning on eating it there, but decided spur of the moment to do so just to piss off that manager a little more. Love Titus going back with 40 homeless folks and making the restaurant eat some crow.
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.37
Anyone know where Sami was...?
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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.75
    Originally posted by Spiraling_Shape
    Anyone know where Sami was...?


Wasn't that the other political story going on here?
Not only did they agree to leave the women behind, they also decided to leave Sami (who has a Syrian background and is socially active to help refugees there)home because Syria and S.A. are enemies.

I saw some very political message that did not address thsi directly but probably was about it. Something about respecting both Sami's outspokenness and their hosts cultural decisions.
yamcharulez
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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.21
The strangest moment of this show to me was the ending of the cage match, So Roman spears Brock through the side of the cage, but the rules say " Both feet have to hit the floor first and Romans did, every angle they showed, clearly showed Roman feet hitting first then this long awkward pause where you can tell something messed up and they to quickly explain how Brock won. I think what they wanted to happen was Roman getting stuck in the ropes.



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.97
    Originally posted by InVerse
    Incidentally, for those that haven't heard the story in the past, Titus O'Neill once bought a meal for a homeless person as he was leaving a restaurant. A little later in the night, he found out that as soon as he was gone, the restaurant made the homeless guy leave. So the next day, Titus went around the city, gathered up 40 homeless people and took them out for lunch at the restaurant and stayed and ate with them.


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