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  1. good to see those fake assholes really get nailed. to bad he didnt hit one of them toothless hillbilly fans and splat them too

  2. i like how the other guy (the one that was supposed to be landed on) was acting “all injured, and $hit.” lol. fake-a-roo wrestling match. typical. but, even though it was fake, the guy that got his head smashed “…couldn’t avoid the consequenses of avoiding reality,” (to paraphrase ayn rand).

    1. Hahaha I know right. Talk about being oblivious to what’s going on around you. This is hardcore proof that wrestling is 100% staged. Even their moves are choreographed. But yeah, for real…that dude seriously fucked his shit up with that jump.

    1. Because it is entertaining to them. Kind of like how some people watch Daisy of Love or The Real World. (I know I don’t understand it either) Almost everything on TV is FAKE unless it says DOCUMENTARY and even then…questionable.

      It doesn’t matter that it is fake or real (I know it is fake) it is fun for them to watch. So who cares? There are actually a lot of other things on TV that are much worse. Jerry Springer is definitely real though.

  3. Everyone knows wrestling is “staged” The fact that you think people don’t know that is intelligence fail. It’s just like any other scripted show

    “Man I can’t watch that CSI It’s so fake!”



    Jesus fuck don’t you think everyone knows that already? It’s not like you have insider information. Watching wrestling for the actual fighting is… well I wouldn’t say idiotic but the real point in watching wrestling is to be entertained. If you want real wrestling, watch UFC one man laying on top of another man for 5 minutes straight.

    1. , “No one could ever fake such a smile. He must be so happy.” Well … the truth is that he had had to learn how to use his smile for manipulation in order to suirvve; and he had learned it well. After being home 6 months, we had a family photo shoot with 11 of our 13 children (quite a feat to get them all on the same continent, as the older ones are missionaries). When we kept telling the kids to give us a “real smile”, Jacob just stood there with a blank stare. He had no idea how to give a “real smile”; he knew that his smile was one that he had perfected for manipulation. Pretty sad!

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