Man Dies Watching Wrestlemania, New York Yankees Attend PPV, Torrie Wilson Shows A-Rod Around, DDP Montage

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- Wrestling News World reader Patrick Peralta sent this story about a 24-year-old man dying while wrestling with his young cousin at a Wrestlemania XXVIII party last night.

- In addition to Alex Rodriguez, his New York Yankees teammates Robinson Cano and Eduardo Nunez were in attendance at last night's Wrestlemania XXVIII pay-per-view. A-Rod's girlfriend, former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson, introduced him to Big Show and Rey Mysterio backstage.

- Wrestling News World reader Logan Walker sent in the following video montage of Diamond Dallas Page posted by the official WWE website:

  • gpturbo81

    Dont try this at home…

  • H.M.

    Wow what shame..

  • mathew30

    "But when you have [b]violent horseplay[/b] like that, it just goes to show you that anything can happen"

    what a load. it wasnt voilent at all, it was simply horseplay, just like any kid with an adult does, unfortunately the moves have a real effect in the professional world where people know how far to take it, and what effect it trully has. and non trained people DONT.

  • Cena Sucks

    Rise Above Hate

  • Wes

    This will not be good for Linda’s canpaign

  • Russell

    Thats sad prayers for you.

  • Logan_Walker

    Well They Do Have Them Video Package Messages, Saying NOT to Try It At Home

  • Kevin

    People fail to realize that the rear naked choke is just that – a chokehold. It works by cutting off the carotid arteries, thereby depriving the brain of oxygen. When applied properly, a man will go unconcious in a matter of seconds. If applied improperly, or for too long, well, read the story and you'll see what happens. We all need to understand that wrestling matches may have pre-determined outcomes, but the moves are real, and the wrestlers are highly trained to give them the best chance of preventing injury. Even with the training, accidents happen. If trained pros have accidents and get hurt, how do we think we can "play around" with those same moves and NOT get hurt, or hurt someone, when we're not trained in the least? Simple: we can't.

  • havoc525

    Here’s the thing, cold as it is, morons will ALWAYS die doing stupid things. My brother, cousins, and I would put on little 5-10 minute “matches” in my front yard all the time. How many times did anyone get hurt or need medical treatment? None. If you’re stupid enough to think they lock the holds to full potential, you deserve to get hurt. It’s not about locking in full power, it’s about making it LOOK like you have.