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Thread: WWE's real life bad boys
05-09-2011, 05:43 PM #1
WWE's real life bad boys
I wont list things like drugs,DUI's, batteries or minor stuff like that but only some of the interesting and big stuff. Please fill in with your knowledge.
Let's start this list with the elephant in the room.
Taz- sex offender- corrupting the morals of a minor and indecent exposure
Stone Cold Steve Austin- wifebeater
Big Show- sex offender- exposed himself to a hotel clerk and sexually assaulted her
Ahmed Johnson- pimping out 3 young girls. Pimpin' ain't easy.
Booker T- multiple armed robberies
MVP- 9 years of an 18 year prison sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping
Tully Blanchard- wifebeater
Randy Orton- sexual harrasing
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06-22-2011, 08:58 PM #2
06-23-2011, 09:41 AM #3
Chris Benoit Date of death is June 25, 2007
The Chris Benoit double murder suicide occurred over a three-day period ending on June 24, 2007. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) professional wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife, Nancy Benoit, strangled his seven-year-old son, Daniel, and subsequently hanged himself. Autopsy results showed that Benoit first murdered his wife, Nancy. She was bound at the feet and wrists and died of asphyxiation some time on Friday, Fayette County District Attorney Scott Ballard told a news conference. She was wrapped in a towel and some blood was found under her head but Ballard said there were no other signs of a struggle. The couple's son, who also died of asphyxia, was apparently killed as he lay in bed on Saturday morning, hours before Benoit hanged himself in his weight room. Benoit placed copies of the Bible alongside the bodies of his wife and son, as well as a third copy of the Bible on his weight lifting machine.
Since Benoit's suicide, numerous explanations for his actions have been proposed, including concussions, steroid abuse, and a failing marriage with his wife. The murder led to numerous media accounts, and federal investigation into steroid abuse in professional wrestling.
06-24-2011, 12:06 AM #4