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When did they change the way Suplex was pronounced?
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Old 27 Aug 2011, 07:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default When did they change the way Suplex was pronounced?

When and why did suplex become pronounced the way it's written rather than Soop-Lay?















Originally the move 'suplex' was pronounced soup-Lay































Today it's pronounced the way it's written































I'm asking when and why that changed.
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Old 27 Aug 2011, 07:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm not sure why but my guess is that people pronounce it how they see it they see lex not lay.















For example the words socs is pronounced soaches not socks
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The only person I can remember pronouncing it Soup Lay Or Sue Play instead of Sue Plex was the late great Gordon Solie.
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We'll actually the word suplex comes from french origins and most words from france and canada are pronounced diffrently like For example Chris Benoit hisl ast name looks like it is pronounced Ben-oit but actually Ben-wa Most Canadian French terms change meaning translated in English
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as Nite W said what seriously?
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I always thought it was pronounced suplecs but if it was ever pronounced supley i'm guessing it would've been in the old WCW days.
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