Post by Push Val Venis was wrong on Aug 1, 2020 10:07:43 GMT -5
I don't like that real life couple. Are they pricks or something? She's too hot for him. What? Dammit that guy should be with some ugly fat chick like Molly Holly. Sir you.. Let's put them on different shows. Put her with somebody truly beautiful, like 300lbs of solid muscle with a 36 inch dong. That's what bitches love. Isn't that a little extreme? No way pal, that's good shit. Like grape snowcones and Baron Corbin rubbing dog food all over Roman's muscled shoulders. Maybe have a couple more guys join in so they can rub all that oily meat into every inch of his glistening body. hol up
I have a theory about this dynamic. Vince originally did this to get past athletic commission's guidelines. By portraying his product as entertainment and not an actual competition, he was able to circumvent many rules.
I believe this is a reason the phrase, "unbelievable" was spammed ad nauseam, especially by Vince. As unbelievable as it was watching a zombie-mortician pummel a manic, roid-monster and lock him in a casket, depriving him of oxygen, Vince had to make sure you knew that it was all an act.
---- On topic, it has never made sense to me how the WWE opted to ban performing moves, ie the piledriver, but keep them in their video games.
I know the piledriver was banned partially due to Austin's injury, but many moves are banned due to fear of being sued by the parents of kids who have been injured by emulating said maneuvers. The "Curb Stomp" is a good example.
Is it that if they remained in the video games, kids would be less likely to emulate them, since they are allowed to simulate the act in a game?