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2013-04-22 02:10:12 PM
Anyone would hate the world after going through that.  Is it too late to let him get off with community service if he gets rape counseling?
 
2013-04-22 02:44:17 PM
www.justsaypictures.com
 
2013-04-22 03:13:44 PM
That was...odd.
 
2013-04-22 03:52:53 PM

staplermofo: Anyone would hate the world after going through that.  Is it too late to let him get off with community service if he gets rape counseling?


Well, he's dead. So no.
 
2013-04-22 03:59:32 PM

Treygreen13: staplermofo: Anyone would hate the world after going through that.  Is it too late to let him get off with community service if he gets rape counseling?

Well, he's dead. So no.


No, the living one was the wrestler, the dead one was a boxer.  You still watching CNN?
 
2013-04-22 03:59:40 PM
Incompletely list of things I'll never understand.

1) The appeal of wrestling
2) The use of that 'America fark Yeah' song in a non-ironic way by Americans
3) Why on earth someone thought making and releasing this video was a good idea
4) But mostly the appeal of wrestling
 
2013-04-22 04:00:24 PM
5) My inability to proof read until after I hit submit
 
2013-04-22 04:08:27 PM

Cluckity: 5) My inability to proof read until after I hit submit


We forgive #1-4.  #5, never.  BTW, proofread is one word.
 
2013-04-22 04:14:14 PM

Galloping Galoshes: Treygreen13: staplermofo: Anyone would hate the world after going through that.  Is it too late to let him get off with community service if he gets rape counseling?

Well, he's dead. So no.

No, the living one was the wrestler, the dead one was a boxer.  You still watching CNN?


Was he? I thought the oldest was both a wrestler and a boxer.

I see that I was wrong now. Carry on!
 
2013-04-22 04:33:57 PM
That kid's riding ability is dog shiat.

Nice job on hanging your head out there.  Reversals and escapes all day long.  Shocked his opponent didn't score a tech fall.
 
2013-04-22 04:49:19 PM

cretinbob: [www.justsaypictures.com image 700x453]


....A Schooner?
 
2013-04-22 05:11:08 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-04-22 05:11:25 PM

Cluckity: Incompletely list of things I'll never understand.

1) The appeal of wrestling
2) The use of that 'America fark Yeah' song in a non-ironic way by Americans
3) Why on earth someone thought making and releasing this video was a good idea
4) But mostly the appeal of wrestling


Who says the use of the song is non-ironic?
 
2013-04-22 05:17:10 PM
I think the Boston marathon bombing has just jumped the shark.
 
2013-04-22 05:24:22 PM

Cluckity: Incompletely list of things I'll never understand.

1) The appeal of wrestling
2) The use of that 'America fark Yeah' song in a non-ironic way by Americans
3) Why on earth someone thought making and releasing this video was a good idea
4) But mostly the appeal of wrestling


6) Why anyone think this would actually absolve them of liability if the owners came after them:
I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS SONG. ALL RIGHTS FOR THE MUSIC GO TO THE CREATORS OF TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.
 
2013-04-22 05:36:01 PM
Boston marathon bombing suspect bomber gets his ass kicked in wrestling (w/not safe for work language)

Fixed that for subby.
 
2013-04-22 05:42:33 PM
So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.
 
2013-04-22 05:43:35 PM

Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.


To be fair, you're the first person to make this sexual in any way.

/just saying
 
2013-04-22 06:10:00 PM

Galloping Galoshes: Treygreen13: staplermofo: Anyone would hate the world after going through that.  Is it too late to let him get off with community service if he gets rape counseling?

Well, he's dead. So no.

No, the living one was the wrestler, the dead one was a boxer.  You still watching CNN?


+1
 
2013-04-22 06:32:09 PM
imageshack.us
 
2013-04-22 06:55:44 PM

chewielouie: Boston marathon bombing suspect bomber gets his ass kicked in wrestling (w/not safe for work language)

Fixed that for subby.


TV said so, so it must be true!
 
2013-04-22 07:02:14 PM

Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.


Yes. Wrestling remains popular is American schools, unlike most of the world these days. Despite the fact that it's arguably the oldest sport in the world, with origins going back to ancient Greek men wrestling each other while greased and naked, and millions upon millions upon millions of men have been doing it for literally thousands of years, yet I'm pretty sure you're the first person in history to connect wrestling and homoeroticism, and with such eloquence and wit. Well, I never!
 
2013-04-22 07:19:11 PM

Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.


For any guy looking to improve his chances of winning a weaponless fight, wrestling is about the best sport to learn. Most street brawls end up as wrestling matches on the ground anyway, so the guy who is trained to put others in painful holds does have a distinct advantage.

csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.
 
2013-04-22 07:30:26 PM
Totally want that song for my ringtone...
 
2013-04-22 07:30:51 PM

Treygreen13: Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.

To be fair, you're the first person to make this sexual in any way.

/just saying


I didn't make it sexual. You just did.
 
2013-04-22 07:40:43 PM

Atomic Spunk: Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.

For any guy looking to improve his chances of winning a weaponless fight, wrestling is about the best sport to learn. Most street brawls end up as wrestling matches on the ground anyway, so the guy who is trained to put others in painful holds does have a distinct advantage.

csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.


Same here.  Weird.  I was also about 6'4, too, and he was convinced I could use the leverage.  I had the same experience after watching a few matches and talking with a few of my wrestler friends afterwards.  I decided not to go with the beardburn/herpes route.
 
2013-04-22 07:53:21 PM

Atomic Spunk: csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.


And then you also went out for baseball and track in order to impress this prissy chick that you had met over summer vacation, but it turns out she was donning leather and teasing her hair in order to fit in with you and your crowd.  Then there was a carnival and you flew away on a magic car.
 
2013-04-22 08:10:59 PM

Wise_Guy: Atomic Spunk: csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.

And then you also went out for baseball and track in order to impress this prissy chick that you had met over summer vacation, but it turns out she was donning leather and teasing her hair in order to fit in with you and your crowd.  Then there was a carnival and you flew away on a magic car.


And then you turned into a wimpy English guy, and she turned into Michelle Pfeiffer and you all sang a song about how cool it was to go bowling. And nobody cared.
 
2013-04-22 08:15:40 PM

Uzzah: Wise_Guy: Atomic Spunk: csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.

And then you also went out for baseball and track in order to impress this prissy chick that you had met over summer vacation, but it turns out she was donning leather and teasing her hair in order to fit in with you and your crowd.  Then there was a carnival and you flew away on a magic car.

And then you turned into a wimpy English guy, and she turned into Michelle Pfeiffer and you all sang a song about how cool it was to go bowling. And nobody cared.


What the hell movie was that?
 
2013-04-22 08:21:16 PM
I was waiting for this. Is it bad that the first thing I thought upon learning one was a wrestler and one was a boxer was: "how long until someone that beat them released a video of the arsekicking?" I have vids of all my fights, even my loss >.>
 
2013-04-22 09:07:07 PM

Wise_Guy: Uzzah: And then you turned into a wimpy English guy, and she turned into Michelle Pfeiffer and you all sang a song about how cool it was to go bowling. And nobody cared.

What the hell movie was that?


(English guy not shown.) I'm sorry.
 
2013-04-22 09:36:00 PM

Uzzah: Wise_Guy: Uzzah: And then you turned into a wimpy English guy, and she turned into Michelle Pfeiffer and you all sang a song about how cool it was to go bowling. And nobody cared.

What the hell movie was that?

(English guy not shown.) I'm sorry.


Oh my God.  That was amazingly awful.

How I missed that movie I have no idea.  I never even knew they made a Grease 2.

I'm going to have to rent it.
 
2013-04-22 09:47:44 PM

Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.


"It's entirely believable sports action! Grown men fighting in leotards with their bare hands and thighs! This is manly, not homoerotic!"
 
2013-04-22 09:56:52 PM

Iplaybass: Treygreen13: Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.

To be fair, you're the first person to make this sexual in any way.

/just saying

I didn't make it sexual. You just did.


Mmmhmm. I did. Right.
 
2013-04-22 10:41:39 PM

Theaetetus: 6) Why anyone think this would actually absolve them of liability if the owners came after them:
I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS SONG. ALL RIGHTS FOR THE MUSIC GO TO THE CREATORS OF TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.


They're just trying to make it easier for plaintiffs to establish willful infringement.  Mighty kind of them if you ask me.
 
2013-04-23 12:38:39 AM

lewismarktwo: Who says the use of the song is non-ironic?


It may be sung without irony in some far idiocratic future, but for now it is the Yankee Doodle of the 21st century.
 
2013-04-23 12:45:36 AM

gymin26minutes: Schooner


Ha ha ha ha. You dumb bastard. It's not a schooner... it's a Sailboat.
 
HBK
2013-04-23 01:45:49 AM
It's like he never learned to whizzer and he can't sprawl for shiat.
 
2013-04-23 03:19:18 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Atomic Spunk: Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.

For any guy looking to improve his chances of winning a weaponless fight, wrestling is about the best sport to learn. Most street brawls end up as wrestling matches on the ground anyway, so the guy who is trained to put others in painful holds does have a distinct advantage.

csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.

Same here.  Weird.  I was also about 6'4, too, and he was convinced I could use the leverage.  I had the same experience after watching a few matches and talking with a few of my wrestler friends afterwards.  I decided not to go with the beardburn/herpes route.


LOL.  When I was in high school, every single guy on all our squads was a shrimp.  I'm sure within their low weightclass they were all decent, but when they got all ragey at full-size people (as apparently all high school wrestlers do) it was more funny than scary.
 
HBK
2013-04-23 03:36:12 AM

HotWingAgenda: LOL. When I was in high school, every single guy on all our squads was a shrimp. I'm sure within their low weightclass they were all decent, but when they got all ragey at full-size people (as apparently all high school wrestlers do) it was more funny than scary.


When I was in high school I watched a 145 lb. wrestler beat the tar out of the 270 lb. center for the football team. But you're right as far as 103, 112, 119 pounders. Those kids would probably not fair well in a fight against normal sized high school kids. I'd say 130 lb+ kids (if they're decent wrestlers) will win a fight against most of the kids in high school.
 
2013-04-23 03:38:40 AM
I must be out of it or really slow... What is the point of this video?
 
HBK
2013-04-23 03:45:24 AM

fisker: I must be out of it or really slow... What is the point of this video?


Some wrestler or the wrestler's friend/family decided to post a video of a wrestling match in which the Boston Marathon Bomber loses. It's stupid. Based on what was shown, the kid was not as good as CNN made him out to be. That's really the only news-related information to be gleaned from this video.
 
2013-04-23 07:08:04 AM

HotWingAgenda: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Atomic Spunk: Iplaybass: So... two grown, scantily clad men rolling around on the ground with each other is considered tough in the US? Fascinating.

For any guy looking to improve his chances of winning a weaponless fight, wrestling is about the best sport to learn. Most street brawls end up as wrestling matches on the ground anyway, so the guy who is trained to put others in painful holds does have a distinct advantage.

csb...When I was in middle-school, I was well-known among the school administrators for having anger-management issues. I guess my reputation spread to the wrestling coach who tried to recruit me. He had me observe one of the team practices. The wrestlers had some incredibly intense workouts, but the idea of donning lycra underwear and rolling around on the mat with other sweaty guys for 2 hours every day was less than appealing.

Same here.  Weird.  I was also about 6'4, too, and he was convinced I could use the leverage.  I had the same experience after watching a few matches and talking with a few of my wrestler friends afterwards.  I decided not to go with the beardburn/herpes route.

LOL.  When I was in high school, every single guy on all our squads was a shrimp.  I'm sure within their low weightclass they were all decent, but when they got all ragey at full-size people (as apparently all high school wrestlers do) it was more funny than scary.


Well, we had a bunch of so-so wrestlers on the roster, and then one guy who was probably 6'2 and in the weight class just below heavy.  The guy was built and was incredibly athletic.  The coach said he wanted to bring in people to challenge him.  I doubt I would have helped, even though I had a few inches on him.  I was 160ish.

Besides, I was a WR/DE in football, so there's that.

\total line in two years: 1/2 sack, 1 PR for four yards
 
2013-04-23 08:05:43 AM

Cluckity: Incompletely list of things I'll never understand.

2) The use of that 'America fark Yeah' song in a non-ironic way by Americans


Yeah, I know. They should have used "Born in the U.S.A." instead.
 
2013-04-23 10:26:24 AM

Cluckity: Incompletely list of things I'll never understand.

2) The use of that 'America fark Yeah' song in a non-ironic way by Americans


By using in a way that YOU perceive is non-ironic, the person that used the song in this way has achieved double irony and it is therefore twice as ironic as originally intended.
 
2013-04-23 10:42:06 AM

HBK: Based on what was shown, the kid was not as good as CNN made him out to be. That's really the only news-related information to be gleaned from this video.


CNN should have reported the kid was a fish.  Ask him how many lights the local high school gyms have and he can probably tell you from spending all that time on his back.
 
2013-04-23 11:03:00 AM
Nationalism is so shallow.
 
2013-04-23 11:59:20 AM
Something's wrong with me. I somehow managed to ignore the Team America song and the fact that it was the bombing suspect in the video, all I did was scream "BRIDGE! BRIDGE!" at him the whole time.
 
2013-04-23 04:34:21 PM

WhiskeySticks: HBK: Based on what was shown, the kid was not as good as CNN made him out to be. That's really the only news-related information to be gleaned from this video.

CNN should have reported the kid was a fish.  Ask him how many lights the local high school gyms have and he can probably tell you from spending all that time on his back.


kid was a fish ... is that some kind of saying wrestlers say?
 
2013-04-23 05:14:42 PM

AeAe: kid was a fish ... is that some kind of saying wrestlers say?


That it is...flopping on the mat, no control, poor positioning...getting pounded 15-2
 
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