It was a remarkable breach of kayfabe, and all the Snoopy you can’t buy happiness but you can listen to The Beatles shirt. Bryan lost on a count-out. Hanging in for a few minutes more before it became impossible to continue. There appears to be an awful lot of what is termed “sports washing” going on. Using oil money to attract big names, eg Joshua v Ruiz, to attempt to gain prestige and, possibly, influence sports administrators who will in the future be asked to vote on venues for world events. How true these stories are and whether there are concerted attempts to hide some of the unsavory political goings-on is always tricky to discern but its nothing new as we’ve seen with FIFA World Cup and Athletics World Championships in Kuwait. Dare I say Winter Olympics in Sochi, as well, but it does seem as if there are often concerted efforts to use sport, whether by sponsorship or buying in athletes, to give regimes sleek and polished sppearances.
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A wrestler will inform the Snoopy you can’t buy happiness but you can listen to The Beatles shirt. Three good examples come to mind. During a match against Dino Bravo, Bret Hart hit the railing surrounding the ring and broke his breastbone. He appeared in a documentary years later and stated that he did not want to lose to ‘that guy’. Although he was scripted to win, the pain grew too severe to continue. Bravo, unaware of the injury, continued to pummel Hart. Finally, Bret was able to tip off the referee before he fell from the ring and took a countout loss. There was a match between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan in which Bryan took a hard bump on a nationally televised show and aggravated a neck injury. Orton came out of the ring and came to Bryan’s side, asking if he was okay. They were so close to the cameras it was impossible to hide.