Avoid This Body-Slam

It seems at least somewhat accurate to say that the real-life cartoon wrestling pioneered by the McMahon family and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has touched us all in one way or another. A husband could be an avid viewer, which drives the wife mad. Perhaps, In the late 1980s, dear ol' Dad cracked open a brew and watched Hulk Hogan body-slam a mere mortal in a live Saturday Night Main Event. Or maybe, just maybe, one is a closet wrestling fan and has a basement full of old-school rubber wrestler action figures.

To this day I find two things amazing about this phenomenon. First, WWE is still around, despite its highly scripted show format and cycles of talent transition. Second, WWE has become exceedingly ingrained in U.S. society since Vince McMahon took the reins from his father many, many years ago....753 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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