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- I didnt know i needed this until now. I want a Warrior variant now.
Macho man is Here
- I thought this was pretty disturbing as well.
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- Except in bloodborne its like "Hmm that guy doesnt look s…
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He's fat in a Souls game, ofc he's fast as a mofo and hits everything
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- Le freak, c'est chic
- That was almost a perfect loop.
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Sorry for the Watermarks
It's a different guy
pretty much ruined his ca rear...wrestling is still pretty serious business (used to be a lot more serious in the old days...these guys would have most likely gotten scolded pretty hard for breaking kayfabe...)
>Used to be a lot more serious
well yeah. in the past breaking kayfabe was banned. wrestlers had to keep up their act even at home. the idea of trying to pass wrestling as real was HARDCORE back then. it wasnt until 70 or so when kayfabe started to break.
Perro Aguayo Jr.
On March 20, 2015, Aguayo wrestled a tag team match, teaming with Manik against Rey Mysterio Jr. and Xtreme Tiger at a show for The Crash promotion in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. During the match, Mysterio used a headscissors takedown to propel Aguayo out of the ring, but Aguayo returned to the ring, upon-which Mysterio dropkicked Aguayo in the back/shoulder to set up for Mysterio's signature 619 as Aguayo landed on the middle rope. Manik then fell onto the middle rope Aguayo was resting on. At this point, Aguayo appeared to be limp. Mysterio performed the 619, but did not hit either opponent. The match continued, but was quickly finished by Mysterio pinning Manik. Konnan attempted to revive Aguayo at ringside by shaking him. Officials later brought Aguayo out of the ring. When paramedics arrived, Aguayo was brought to the local Del Prado hospital, where he was pronounced dead around 1:00am on March 21. Aguayo was 35 years old
- Wait was the plan with the dude lighting his back on fire? Was…
Stupid is as stupid does 2
I think the plan was to have the outer layer burning with the others insulating him but the fluid soaked through and set everything on fire.
it didnt go wrong.
he was aiming to be stupid.
- I think its just from software games are hard cos theres the t…
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