WWF and WWE wrestling is real - claims!

@pitstop (4742)
India
May 7, 2008 8:23am CST
There have been a couple of news channels raving about an Indian wrestling called Khali who claims that this sport is real and not manipulated or shown as a TV show. Duh.... does anyone actually believe him? Here's the link to the article http://www.rediff.com/sports/2008/may/07khali.htm I'd love your comments!
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@Marcola (2776)
• United States
7 May 08
"I watched wrestling for the first time on television while in Punjab, after which I started working seriously to become a good wrestler." -From that quote there, he has a long way to go. Wrestling is scripted, but they do get hurt. The outcomes are predetermined as we all should know, but injuries are still prevalent in their business. Like they say, "It's not ballet!" But they haven't called themselves a legit sport in years.
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@pitstop (4742)
• India
8 May 08
Nice one - "Its not ballet"! I loved that line in your response!
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@rhane7315 (5674)
• Philippines
8 May 08
i still didn't believe in what khali said lol for me it's still scripted because they just want to entertain people from the word wwe-world wrestling entertainment
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• United States
8 May 08
Some things you can tell are real but others u can c where some one jumps or doesnt drop kick some one but they go flying out of the ring but then there are those others where u can c tears in peoples eyes becuz they no what kind of trouble there in and the expressions on their face telin they messed up and something bad mite out come of it so ya some is real and some aint
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@figjam00 (1450)
• India
7 May 08
I saw that raving about Khali claming that wrestling is real. I think kids may beleive but we all know the truth. WWE is an entertainment company not a sports company. All the macthes are pre-determined. The moves wrestlers do in the ring are very safe as wrestlers doesn't get hurt as much as they show. I think Khali put himself in paradox by saying that. Or how will he say he ain't "Mahabali".
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@kenzie45230 (3563)
• United States
9 May 08
Hmmm. Hulk Hogan used to be a nieghbor of mine back in the mid to late 80s. Wrestling is definitely scripted.
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@pitstop (4742)
• India
9 May 08
Are you kidding??!! That sounds sweet!! Wanna share more details?