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Old 17 Jun 2014, 05:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Usually when a big move happens Jim Ross goes ape ****. When Owen Hart died,he totally deadpanned it. Would have been better if he'd hyped it up like when Mick Foley got tossed off the cell. "Good God! Owen Hart just fell 75 feet! As God as my witness he is dead!" Something like that would have been better.
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Old 17 Jun 2014, 05:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to understand OWEN HART FALLING WAS NOT PLANNED. DONT EVER SAY THAT AGAIN. That was not a big move. That would have been disrespectful if he did that.
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Wait when did Owen Fall, did this just happen on RAW
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I think that announcers in wwe are more like actors than announcers. They know what is going to happen most of the time and they have to act surprised and talk it up. When something so unexpected and tragic happens, they are caught off guard just like everyone else. You can't expect Ross to announce the accident of Owen Hart the way he would announce a scripted move.
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There's something wrong with what you just said, Owen was dead by the time anyone knew what had just happened. You have to be a tasteless individual to lose all sensible thinking when a wrestler legitimately dies right then and there.
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To answer "Mr. Wrestling", Owen hart fell 15 years ago. Anyway, like someone said, he was caught off guard. Unlike scripted events, JR didn't expect this
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