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By Dave Scherer on 2012-10-01 09:59:00

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What happens to the clowns who jump into wrestling rings when matches are going on. ie. the fool who jumped in the ring during the Ryback vs Miz match? Is it open season for talent to protect themselves how they see fit? Is there any protocol followed?

If they make it into the ring, guys can certainly defend themselves.  With that said, they can't really put the beating on them that they deserve due to the fact that it's being shown on TV.  Security can't beat the snot out of them either due to the threat of being sued.  Unfortunately.  They certainly do deserve a beatdown for being such morons.

Do you think the WWE dropped the ball with R Truth's character? I mean they had such a good thing with the Little Jimmy angle and made people care about R Truth and now it's just like "hey it's R Truth"

Well, some push is better than no push and hey, Mick Foley went pretty far with Mr. Socko.  But this is just another example of WWE doing the stop/start with talent. 

Last Monday night (9/24/12) on Raw, during the diva's tag match between Layla & Alicia Fox vs. Beth Phoenix & Eve, Kaitlyn came out and said that whoever attacked her from behind was a blonde. Well, unless I'm forgetting someone, the only person it could have been then was Beth. That doesn't make any sense to me though, seeing as how Beth is going to be gone from the company by the end of October. What is the deal there?

Obviously, they were pointing the finger at Beth but you forget the obvious: The women in question (I would think it will be Eve) could very well have been wearing a wig.

During an interview with Howard Stern, in which comedian Amy Schumer talked about her relationship with Dolph Ziggler, Ms. Schumer noted that Dolph's "thing" - for lack of a better term - was that he lost all the time. The way she said it made it sound like a direct quote from Dolph himself. Do you think that was just speculation from an admitted wrestling naïveté (who's only experiences with wrestling more than likely involved repeatedly watching the man she was dating pinned) or could that ACTUALLY be the gimmick that the WWE writers are trying to saddle Dolph with?

Did you see his feud with Chris Jericho, the one where the guy who could no longer win the big one was taking on the guy who has never won anything (a.k.a Ziggler)?  She only had to watch WWE TV to see that her man was being booked as a loser.

Does Vince even like wrestling anymore? I know it may sounds like a dumb question at first, but hear me out. He finally has a product that's to his liking after having the Rock n' Wrestling era in the 80s that revolved around Hogan who turned his back on him, then the early 90s came around which were not the most popular times of the WWE, which I blame Vince for, and not so much the great wrestlers of that time like Bret, HBK, Taker etc. then The Attitude Era comes around, and from what I hear wasn't really Vince's cup of tea, even though he went along with it, explodes the business and makes him a billionaire. And now for the past 10 years he's been shoving it down our throats that they are entertainment and not wrestling. Since now he has the business revolving around Cena (his puppet), which will do whatever he wants and says, so I ask again. Does he actually like wrestling, or just entertaining people?

Vince likes what he has always liked, his vision of what the professional wrestling business is.  It is different than a lot of old school fans' vision but he certainly likes his version of the business.  That is why he continues to push it.

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