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Posted by Barry, Suave MF at on January 19, 2004 at 19:29:23:

In Reply to: The real injuries are real. posted by Smalls on January 19, 2004 at 18:46:02:

: You have noooooo idea.

Actually I do. I completely understand when people are throwing around each other for entertainment purposes that getting hurt doing so is very possible.

What is not possible is these injuries these wrestlers claim they have. For example, it's common practice (or at least it was) for a wrestler to splash fake blood (which was in their hand) on their face after getting hit with something. Of course there were no cuts or bloody noses, but they had blood from some 'injury' nonetheless.

I know about how hard it is to choreograph too. To have what you call a razor thin margin of error is true. It does take a lot to do what they do.

I just think it's corny & not a sport. If they did all of these things for real (injuries too) & without the corny soap-opera storylines, I'd respect it completely. Until then, I'll just consider it extreme acting & be on my way.

p.s. Your point about movies doesn't make sense (as a point I mean).

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