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Old 11 Jan 2014, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm fourteen and I go wrestling at school. I am the fourth or fifth best wrestler in my school, but yesterday I was wrestling and a kid literally gave me a piledriver. We weren't too sure if that was a legal move in wrestling or if something ought to be done or something, so yeah, just wonderin'.
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A 14 year old kid received a real pile driver? Let me get this straight...















You were lifted upside down and your head slammed into the ground?















WWE doesn't joke when they said "Don't try this at home"
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It's not a Legal Move in Amateur Wrestling, AAU Wrestling, High School Wrestling, College Wrestlign or Olympic Wrestling. Considering the damage that a Piledriver can cause to The Human Body: Ask WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin. You need to be examined by your Family Physician and an Orthopedic Surgeon for possible Head, Neck and Spinal Cord Damage. Your Family may want to think about obtaining Legal Counsel and file lawsuits against The School District, The School and The Kid that dropped you on your head.
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Doesn't seem legal, do you know the cow catcher? If you do lock their arm in it an watch them cry































It's an actual legal move too
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