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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    I was Chyna's bodyguard for a day. No joke.
    Ha. I bet that was an interesting experience.

    Who would **** with Chyna though? Somebody who wants to get gorilla press slammed?

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    So she wouldn't get sued for excessive force. Same thing with Rob VanDamme twice.

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    I knew a guy who went through the training camps for WWE (or whatever it was called then) in the 80s. He said the training camp was 90% real as everyone was gunning for a position, but he deemed the fights 90% fake.

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    Once you wipe away your "The Wrestler" man-tears, this'll cheer you up, it's the best video ever put on the internet by a real professional wrestler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilG View Post
    I knew a guy who went through the training camps for WWE (or whatever it was called then) in the 80s. He said the training camp was 90% real as everyone was gunning for a position, but he deemed the fights 90% fake.
    Some of those fights sometimes got a little more real than intended. I remember Kurt Angle challenging Daniel Puder (I think) to a real match and Puder caught him in a Kimura armbar. The ref had to quick count to save Angle's pride...

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