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Well it's not a movie, and its not even Tough Enough, but something I came across earlier today in the TV Guide sounds like it could rank right up there with all the backyard wrestling specials.

Here's the description (It's on Discovery - Sunday night at 7:00 (Central))

"What if living your biggest dream meant facing your worst nightmare? Get a no holds barred looked at what happens when one man has 3 days and $3,000 to make his pro wrestling dream come true."

and then from the blurb from the actual guide section:

"A San Antonio skycap attempts to follow in the footsteps of his pro-wrestling heroes despite his relative diminutive stature and weight"

I'm not sure why he'd need $3,000 if he's going to try to be a wrestler. Unless they really think that he's going to find someone to train him correctly for $3,000 and in 3 days.

So hopefully, he's trying to be a promoter and not an actual wrestler, because otherwise this is going to be ugly.



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I bet SOMEONE out there would train him for that much... hell, Jake the snake Roberts will do it for $100 and a bag of crack.





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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.70
    Originally posted by SirBubNorm
    Well it's not a movie, and its not even Tough Enough, but something I came across earlier today in the TV Guide sounds like it could rank right up there with all the backyard wrestling specials.

    Here's the description (It's on Discovery - Sunday night at 7:00 (Central))

    "What if living your biggest dream meant facing your worst nightmare? Get a no holds barred looked at what happens when one man has 3 days and $3,000 to make his pro wrestling dream come true."

    and then from the blurb from the actual guide section:

    "A San Antonio skycap attempts to follow in the footsteps of his pro-wrestling heroes despite his relative diminutive stature and weight"

    I'm not sure why he'd need $3,000 if he's going to try to be a wrestler. Unless they really think that he's going to find someone to train him correctly for $3,000 and in 3 days.

    So hopefully, he's trying to be a promoter and not an actual wrestler, because otherwise this is going to be ugly.


They did this before with a Boston lawyer. I'm guessing it's done through UPW judging by the price.





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