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    Professional Wrestler Saves a Trainful of People

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/1...ref=weird-news

    From the article:


    Former WWE star Shawn Daivari told TMZ that he performed an expert wrestling move and saved the day when a
    passenger went berserk on an airport-bound train out of Minneapolis on Thursday.

    The perp reportedly threatened to kill everyone on the train and was yelling
    racial slurs, but Daivari wasn't having that. He says he used a rear naked choke hold -- classic move -- to subdue the
    would-be killer.
    Aaaaand


    Witnesses said Daivari squeezed the violent passenger's neck so hard he peed
    his pants. Then the wrestler threw the man out at the next stop.

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    Good on Daivari...especially considering that he's a little guy compared to most wrestlers, and usually works as a manager.
    Although how they got from "choked out one nut job" to "saved a whole train full of people" I'm not sure.

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    Although how they got from "choked out one nut job" to "saved a whole train full of people" I'm not sure.
    Indeed. lol
    When I initially read that line , I was envisioning a muscular man scrambling about a fiery trainwreck, carrying people to safety, lifting heavy debris etc.
    " If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra

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    Good stuff for Daivari props for stepping up and doing the damn thing.

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    So does anything suggest that the crazy guy had the means to kill the train full of people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    So does anything suggest that the crazy guy had the means to kill the train full of people?
    Well he got choked out by Daivari so I am going to go with no

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    When interviewed about the incident, Daivari had trouble hearing the question.

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    That guy should be thankful he started trouble with Davari and not, say, The Iron Sheik (man was an Olympic wrestler for Iran back in the day, I'd imagine he can still handle Joe Schmuckatelli if he had too) plus...look, just go on youtube and search "Iron Sheik make him humble". Keeey-ripes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    That guy should be thankful he started trouble with Davari and not, say, The Iron Sheik (man was an Olympic wrestler for Iran back in the day, I'd imagine he can still handle Joe Schmuckatelli if he had too) plus...look, just go on youtube and search "Iron Sheik make him humble". Keeey-ripes.
    Word. Sheiky baby would've Camel Clutched that mofo and then humbled him so hard his kinfolk back in Africa would feel it.

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    YEAHZ WRESTLING IS TEH DEADLY


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