Supposedly, these four guys were making jokes at Sean once they realized who he was. As he's manhandling these four (he says he's just being nice and that that there was actually five) men, his $230 shirt was ripped. When he turned around to see who it was, this girl hits him in the mouth. He then kicked her boyfriend down and she tripped over him, but didn't get hurt. "I have four witnesses. One was the owner of the bar; one was actually an ex-girlfriend. I was there with another girl and my ex-girlfriend even took up for me." Self-defense is what was reported and in worst-case scenario, he'll only have to pay a $230 fine.
Is this a shill? Because I believe we'd rather not have those in Wrestling, and since this is the same exact shill that's posted on a billion newsboards every Monday, I'm not sure the world needs yet another copy.
Is this a repost? We prefer not to have reposts longer than one paragraph, linking to the rest, and that you add your own two cents rather than just copy and pasting information people could've found on their own if they were interested.
I'm not clear which one you were going for here, so I shortened it to a paragraph and threw in a link to InsidePulse (because I am nothing if not generous) PWI (sorry, server down). Hopefully you've got a better idea of what to do next time, and this doesn't interrupt any discussion of life of Sean O'Haire.
Why can't anything important ever happen on Velocity/Heat? Wouldn't that be a good way to raise ratings on those shows, by, you know, actually doing things related to storylines (i.e. things people care about)? I don't need title changes, but man...