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RLDSC FAN
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Rancho Cucamonga, CA
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re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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I once saw an attempt at a Stone Cold Stunner, dude did the gut kick and turned his back to go for it and got clocked in the side of the head.








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Marty McFrat
UCLA Fan
Fayetteville, AR
Member since Feb 2011
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re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I like to use the Goldberg spear





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FelicianaTigerfan
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
14063 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


Watch watching my two younger cousins one day. One was 12 and the other 6. 12 year old out of no where DDT'd his younger brother. I nearly shite my pants





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SmackoverHawg
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2011
13148 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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DDT'd his younger brother. I nearly shite my pants

Jake the Snake!






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Caplewood
Penn Fan
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Member since Jun 2010
16321 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I pull the sharpshooter all the time





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fr33manator
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2010
46907 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I'm a big fan of the mandible claw





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Rebel
Memphis Fan
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
83287 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


Back in the day, a friend and I stopped in a Delchamps about 3am to get something to eat. We were so wasted that even fat girls from at least 4 Parrish's had shot us down. We got to play wrasslin' and I DDT'd him in the soup aisle. His head made a huge cracking sound as it hit the highly polished floor. He was out cold. I thought I killed him or at least made him a quadriplegic. I was scared. I ran to the front a told the cashier to call 911.

He had been playing possum the whole time. When I came back, he was gone. I was confused and walked to the end of the aisle. He jumped out from behind a Doritos display and threw a frozen Cornish game hen that hit me square in the nuts.

We ran. (He ran much faster than I) We pulled out of the parking lot at the same time the paramedics were pulling in.

Went to sleep drunk and hungry that night.



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Caplewood
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DayBowBow
Kentucky Fan
Member since Jun 2011
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re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I hope this thread goes on for a while because I'm cracking up at the stories.





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LSUZombie
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Apr 2008
12825 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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I used to think that move was fake until my uncle put it on me-it hurt like hell!


Yep. Definitely hurts.

I had a friend put me in a Boston Crab and that hurt like a mofo






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CtotheVrzrbck
Arkansas Fan
Tulsey Town
Member since Dec 2007
21578 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?





I may or may not admit to climbing on top of a bar to do a Macho Man elbow drop.






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Don K Punch
Texas A&M Fan
Rocky Mtns
Member since Dec 2009
1510 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


Guilty

I Hulk Hogan Leg dropped a guy after I knocked him down.






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Chris Farley
Maryland Fan
Regulating
Member since Sep 2009
3636 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


"The People's Elbow" was a popular move around my house growing up.





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Nof603
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
BR
Member since Aug 2011
1137 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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I once saw an attempt at a Stone Cold Stunner, dude did the gut kick and turned his back to go for it and got clocked in the side of the head.


the mental image of this is fricking hilarious!






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Nof603
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
BR
Member since Aug 2011
1137 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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I know this isn't what op is talking about but we did wwf moves all the time on the trampoline


My older bro and I used to do this also. We also choreographed and recorded matches on the trampoline all the time, complete with character names and entrance music/routines good times...






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wizziko
Member since Jan 2006
27758 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I RKO'd a drunk friend of mine who was acting unruly





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RocketTigerBallz
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2012
416 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


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The funniest may have been during a frat melee at a bar, some kids run over to get involved and a bouncer clotheslined the shite out of one and yelled "Steiner Line"








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HarryBalzack
At your mom's
Member since Oct 2012
7672 posts

re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


When I was 13 I gave my sister a DDT onto our living room floor: carpet, pad, concrete. Luckily it didn't break her neck.





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Mr Mom
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since May 2012
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re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I saw a guy get DDT'ed on a gym floor in high school. I thought he was dead. Seemed like he was out for at least 5 minutes.





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HarryBalzack
At your mom's
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Anyone ever seen someone try a pro wrestling move in a real fight?


I did a 747 off a teacher's desk on a kid in middle school p.e. He moved very, very slowly after that.


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