ANDRE THE GIANT
An evening out in Bolivia is going on my bucket list.
Cholitas Luchadores: Bolivias Female Wrestlers.
The fighting cholitas see themselves as symbols of strength: Their opponents include bigotry and sexism. “My goal,” says one fighter, “is to lift up indigenous women, who have been treated with contempt.”
“We fighters carry within us a kind of fire that nothing can quench.”
oh my grodd
Source: National Geographic
Andre The Giant’s hand. via: http://www.lobshots.com/2011/05/19/happy-birthday-andre-the-giant-i-wish-you-were-alive/
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SAY IT TO MY FACE FUCKER NOT ONLINE AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS!
Another example where suspended disbelief is said to be necessary is kayfabe professional wrestling. The characters (that is, the professional wrestlers) somehow manage to keep their violent exchanges to the confines of the wrestling arena. They do not follow each other home, assault each other between TV episodes, or bring guns to the ring and shoot each other if they are losing a match, etc.
I’m No Monkey.
Ring names can have a first name and a surname a valid person could have, some couldn’t be a real person’s name, such as The Undertaker.