What is this dude's argument exactly? That kids tried to do the moves at home and hurt themselves? It's obvious that they shouldn't have been trying that stuff at home, and WWE used to run "Don't try this at home" disclaimers before every show until they legally didn't have to anymore.
If the Wily Coyote falls off a cliff and lives, are the Looney Toons responsible for every person who has jumped to their deaths if they've ever watched Looney Toons? No. Common sense needs to be expected at some point. Especially when you're 14+ and have a fully developed brain already.
The argument is incredibly weak whether it's work or not. The guy's just looking for something to blame for his/his friends' stupidity and lack of common sense.
Originally Posted by peowulf
Meh, I can't hear a word Dean Ambrose is saying.
Seriously, I couldn't hear anything he said at the beginning or ending parts, and had to use Mick Foley's reactions and comments to try and decypher what he was even talking about.