Not necessarily celebs ...

Discussion in 'Celebrity Endowments' started by Ecchi, Nov 9, 2004.

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    Goon: I don't see anything here but I sure do like John Cena (as long as he shuts up)
     
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    John Cena is actually suppost to be above average, and so is Rene' Dupree.
    If any of you watch Smackdown, look at Dupree and he has a huge bulge, i bet he is packing! On Cenas DVD it show him running about in a g-string, now unless he stuffed his front with padding id say he is a good 7inches erect.
     
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    I don't think you're looking at it wrong, Ecchi. Too bad the belt is hanging in the way, but from what I see it's a serious bulge down the right leg. :rolleyes:
     
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    As an aside, Kenta himself isn't a particularly big guy, his bio lists him at 5'9", 192 lbs.

    I think he's cute nonetheless.
     
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    So do I. --looks like a true hunk to me, but the short guys 'speak' to me!
     
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    It's his athletic cup, dude.
     
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    How'd it get way over his thigh though? Granted Kenta uses as very fast moving, mobile style, but .... doesn't make much sense ....
     
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    And pro wrestling's choreographed anyway; it's hard to get injured.
     
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    Correction (and please don't argue with me on this, I am friends with many pro wrestlers who have confirmed these things): Wrestling, moreso than ever these days, is predetermined, but not choreagraphed. Many wrestlers go into matches with only the knowledge of who must win, who is the 'face' and who is the 'heel'. There is cooperation, but it's hardly what one would call choreagraphed. Modern pro wrestlers must be knowledgeable of innumerable spots, maneuvers, etc., very quick thinking, flexible, agile, strong and have amazing stamina, else they WILL get hurt. This is particularly true of the American indy scene and the Japanese 'puroresu' scene.
     
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    Thank you for sharing this with us, Ecchi. It's rewarding to learn truths.

    Correction (and please don't argue with me on this, I am friends with many pro wrestlers who have confirmed these things): Wrestling, moreso than ever these days, is predetermined, but not choreagraphed. Many wrestlers go into matches with only the knowledge of who must win, who is the 'face' and who is the 'heel'. There is cooperation, but it's hardly what one would call choreagraphed. Modern pro wrestlers must be knowledgeable of innumerable spots, maneuvers, etc., very quick thinking, flexible, agile, strong and have amazing stamina, else they WILL get hurt. This is particularly true of the American indy scene and the Japanese 'puroresu' scene.
     
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    I'm sorry if that came off mean, folks ... just I'm quite a fan of pro wres, and feel it really disrespects the spirit and hard work of many when people cast it off as choreography or acting or whatever.
     
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