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PokémonFréak
June 26th, 2007, 08:12 AM
its all fake my dad knows john cena and he told us all about how there big time actors and there staging it

and McMan DIED he did they found proof of why he died

but no one dies from wrestling theyre highly trained actors that rehearse every day

(when they say they dead sometimes itscause they quit)

Also on one episodes of raw i heard that someone thats not part of the script cause its all FAKE

Naru_kun
June 26th, 2007, 08:21 AM
That's blasphemous.
Wrestling, fake?

Honestly, I figured this out the second I watched the thing.
Sure, it's nice watching people beat the living hell out of each other for the sake of ignorance, pride and stupidity, but that doesn't mean you have to partake in the stupidity D:

Oh, and, I heard Chris Benoit died x3
Ahh, they're dying monthly.

Legacy
June 26th, 2007, 10:39 AM
WHAT!?!? Wrestling is fake? NO! My life is over. ._.

PokémonFréak
June 26th, 2007, 10:49 AM
lol funny i just put this out for the people beleiving that SH!T

Ichikool
June 26th, 2007, 10:58 AM
Mcmahon did not die, he was on the show last night. XD

And no duh it's all fake, everyone knows that. It's all a great Soap. You thought it was real?

Flabébé
June 26th, 2007, 11:17 AM
Mcmahon did not die, he was on the show last night. XD

And no duh it's all fake, everyone knows that. It's all a great Soap. You thought it was real?

need i say more? I htink he covered it all.

PokémonFréak
June 26th, 2007, 02:51 PM
well they said on the internet that he was dad

Flabébé
June 26th, 2007, 03:31 PM
exactly you can't trust the internet. we know he was alive. WE SEEN HIM!!

Ichikool
June 26th, 2007, 04:35 PM
Yes, it was all part of the acting show. If he really did die, especially like that in an exploding limo, it would be all over the news and stuff. XP

PokémonFréak
June 26th, 2007, 05:10 PM
true dat.......

also Chris Beniot REally Did Die Strangled His Wife Suffacated his Son and Hung Him self

Ichikool
June 26th, 2007, 05:16 PM
Yep, it's true that Chris died... it's really sad though. He was a great wrestler and one of my favoriates. He had cool pants. You know, he was good friends with Eddie Guerrero too, who also died like a year ago.

Dawg 2005
June 30th, 2007, 05:35 PM
Wrestling is like a soap opera for men, if you will.

There's this guy who used to wrestle around Texas, and my dad and I were good friends with him, and he's really nice, btw. XD Well, he once told me, "Those chair shots may seem like they hurt, because they do." Now, I wasn't paying attention 100% (since I was showing him a site on deceased wrestlers), but that's what I think I heard.

But now, these storylines are getting ridiculous, I mean, faking McMahon's death? There's people who might have actually believed that, and all they can do is wait for the next morning to see the news, and figure out if it was fake or not (talking about it on the news).

Krafty Quill
July 1st, 2007, 05:54 AM
I think more than half the people who watch wrestling are already aware that it's staged. o.o; They watch it anyway because they find it entertaining. You know, in those wrestling commercials where the wrestlers warn kids 'Don't, try this at home', they pretty much reveal that they are only performers and they train to do the moves safely so as not to actually hurt fellow wrestlers. The only thing legitimate about wrestling is some of the injuries, that happen accidentally or due to another wrestler's negligence, I guess.

And I agree with you, Dawg, the storylines are ridiculous. XD My mother thought Vince McMahon really died, and now she's questioning whether Chris Benoit actually died. XD I heard, WWE, doesn't want to have anything to do with Chris Benoit after discovering what he did to his family and stuff. Meh, he was a good wrestler and I think he deserves to be in the hall of fame if WWE base they're inductees on wrestling talent.

Gunn
July 1st, 2007, 08:40 PM
So what is the weather like under that rock?

Dawg 2005
July 2nd, 2007, 05:36 PM
And I agree with you, Dawg, the storylines are ridiculous. XD My mother thought Vince McMahon really died, and now she's questioning whether Chris Benoit actually died. XD I heard, WWE, doesn't want to have anything to do with Chris Benoit after discovering what he did to his family and stuff. Meh, he was a good wrestler and I think he deserves to be in the hall of fame if WWE base they're inductees on wrestling talent.

Yeah, after they found out, they canceled the tribute show where it wasn't shown, at least that's what I heard. And I also think he should be inducted, based on his talent. Because he was the best technical wrestler. But, I don't think it'll happen anytime soon, since people will think about what he did.

So what is the weather like under that rock?

Rather nice, thank you. Although these gosh darn bugs just won't seem to go away!

Gunn
July 2nd, 2007, 07:32 PM
That's a shame. Give The Orkin Man a call!

PokémonFréak
July 2nd, 2007, 08:50 PM
tell your mom to look it up on internet its a steriod rage is what he wen thru and his wife was dead for 2 days the he killed he son then he killed himself, and his docter got arrested from selling him the steriods

Jaguarsfan2004
July 3rd, 2007, 07:35 AM
i can't belive chris benot is dead for real

Gary
July 5th, 2007, 03:14 AM
It's a shame what happened to Benoit, and his family.

"Roid rage" is what they're claiming for what happened to him, which is highly believable seeing as he went through a ten-week supply of it in three-to-four weeks.

Also, yes. The WWE pulled that RAW from airing in Australia, and he publically apologized for the tribute show the following night (how nice is that? Despite what occurred, this man broke his back, metaphorically, and his neck, literally, for that company for seven years; that's dedication for you).

Dark Magician
July 6th, 2007, 01:29 PM
Well here is the deal kids. I am training to be a profesional wrestler, and there are those things that are fake and those that are real. We all follow a "story line" which pretty much is there to keep the fans watching, its like an neverending movie. This story line kicks in when you see anything in profesional wrestling that is "not" an official match, example: parking lot and backstage brawls, segments in from of the fans such as weddings, treasons and so on. Now the matches ARE REAL. Every single punch, kick, and slam is real. Theres no way you can fake a Tiger-powerbomb when you are falling from your opponents shoulders 6 feet to the mat bellow. Now some matches are staged, but this ony occures with the new commers such as myself. We need to act parts of our matches in order to keep fans in their seat until the main matches in which the more elite wrestlers actually go at it.



FYI:

Vince McMohan did not died, in fact, he game a press conference 2 days after the death of Chris Benoit.

Only 6 wrestlers have died in the ring in the history of American proffesional wrestling.

If you want more info just call me out. And if you still think that wrestling is fake, why dont you get inside a ring with me and we will say how fake it is.

Benoits death is still a mystery since steroid were found in his house but were prescribed and were only to keep the muscles in his damaged neck strong. His death is under investigation due to the fact that a post in wikiepedia.com talked about the death of the Benoit family even before the police or the WWE knew about it. The police found the poster of this article and are now investigating how did he knew about the death before anyone else.

Dawg 2005
July 8th, 2007, 09:18 AM
If you want more info just call me out. And if you still think that wrestling is fake, why dont you get inside a ring with me and we will say how fake it is.

Wrestling is fake. >_> The pain, however, is real. The punches and kicks aren't at full power, there'd be a lot more injuries. Plus, a lot of the time when wrestlers leave (ex: Undertaker being 'Buried Alive' by Kane at Survivor Series '03, I think it was), is just a kayfabe. But you all knew that.

Suki
July 8th, 2007, 11:08 AM
I already knew it was fake many years ago when I used to watch it. It was hard for me to believe because once, this guy was covered in blood and everything.

Dark Magician
July 8th, 2007, 03:53 PM
Wrestling is fake. >_> The pain, however, is real. The punches and kicks aren't at full power, there'd be a lot more injuries. Plus, a lot of the time when wrestlers leave (ex: Undertaker being 'Buried Alive' by Kane at Survivor Series '03, I think it was), is just a kayfabe. But you all knew that.

See we are not allowed to throw a punch with a closed fist, but anything else is legal; elbows, slaps, and chops are perfectly leagal. Well at least where I am traing thats how it is, but I am sure WWE should be the same since after this program that I'm in OVW is next but I cant go there yet since Im not 18. After the advaced program at OVW comes the WWE if you are good enough to get a contract. What Im trying to say is that the wrestling that I am in now is pretty real with the exception of the story line and since this is the camping grounds of the WWE then the big leagues should be the same.