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teaming up with John Walsh. just FYI. check your local listings



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Kane in the mask?
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I actually disapprove of this, it might take away from the serious nature of the program. It looks too much like an attempt to get as much recogniton time for wrestlers as possible, and I'm interested to see how it's handled, hopefully in a tasteful way, though on the surface that seems impossible to do.



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Maybe it's all a trap to finally arrest Undertaker for the murder of his parents.



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With Paul Bearer yelling "MURDERER! MURDERER!" That was the only good part of that angle.

They should bring Paul back.





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    Originally posted by Punkinhed



    I actually disapprove of this, it might take away from the serious nature of the program. It looks too much like an attempt to get as much recogniton time for wrestlers as possible, and I'm interested to see how it's handled, hopefully in a tasteful way, though on the surface that seems impossible to do.




Come on punkinhed two wrestlers chasing someone who killed a wrestling fan, how could this not be classy. Kane better be in full "gimmick" suit
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Maybe they're finally going to try and nab Invader III for stabbing Bruiser Brody?



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Before America's Most Wanted, they have a special episode of COPS where the Narcotics Unit raids RVD's and X-Pac's houses.



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They also had a Hunter/Steph domestic disturbance call, but ignored it.



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Yeah, there was also a call for indecent exposure on Ms. Keibler....oddly enough, the cops didnt seem to mind, preferring instead to sit and watch her.



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so did anyone watch it
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Actually, yes. It reminded me why I don't watch that kind of show in the usual run of things, and why anyone who compares wrestling "violence" to what goes on in the real world has his head firmly stuffed up his hind end.

John Walsh taped all his intro vignettes right in the arena during the Heat matches, it looks like, so I saw DDP vs. Christian over his shoulder at one point. The Taker/Kane segment was right at the beginning. They met with a kid whose father was tortured to death by robbers--the kid himself was paralyzed by the attack. Apparently he's a big wrestling fan, but I swear he looked more scared than pleased to be talking to the Undertaker! Yes, Kane had his mask on, and that particular segment must have been taped a few months ago, since Taker had his long ponytail. Both of them talked to the camera for a moment and repeated the perp's name as an intro to the mug shot.

That crime was horrifying enough. I should have turned it off after that, but like a fool I didn't. In case anyone cares, it was the baby the carjackers threw into the woods still in her car seat that is going to give me nightmares for a week. Holy Mother of God. Ever since I got pregnant with my first kid, I react to things like that as if my guts were being ripped out.

The reason I like wrestling is BECAUSE it's visibly fake, and the fighters are only injured by accident, not on purpose. For that reason, I won't watch extreme wrestling. If you asked me if I would hurt or kill someone, given the means, in self-defense or defense of property, I really have to think about that. I put a lot of conditions on it before I say "yes, that warrants violence." Ask me what I would do in defense of my kids, and I don't hesitate for an instant. Death. No questions.

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Steve Austin and Scott Hall got called for drunk driving.

Road Dogg, X-Pac and RVD, for marijuana use.

Godfather, for prostitution.

Sid Vicious, for attacking a guy much smaller than him with a squeegee.

Val Venis, for indecent exposure.

Rick and Scott Steiner, for letting their Rottweilers loose on Sting.

The Evil Midget, Cheetum, for attempted murder (setting a bomb inside Sting and Davey Boy Smith's boat).

I'm sure there's more I'm forgetting. But that's quite enough of that, for me.



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