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cobrawolf
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Since: 9.2.02
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Let's talk about the number of wrestlers who are currently parents, or are about to become parents. I don't know how many is on the list or who they all are, but you can now add one more name: the Big Show. His son, Joshua Wight was born last Wednesday, 8 lbs. Now, the reason I bring this subject up is because of this: believe it or not, the birth of a baby does have an effect on a wrestler's performance, sometimes it's positive, and sometimes it's negative. I don't think it'd be appropriate to bring female performers like Lita into this topic for now. But, what I want to know is do you think a wrestler's performance gets better worse after they become a father? Keep in mind, this really has an effect on guys who have more than 1 child.
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Jeez, my friend is like 6'3", 190, and his kid was bigger at birth than the Big Show's. Is that good or bad?



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C'mon People Michaels is a heel, he sposed to bad mouth the babyfaces and twist things around to his own way of seeing it. The Rock comment was eay heat and thats why they went with it.
- bubblesthechimp, Quick note on Shawn Michaels (2002)
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