Giving everyone a heads up if your going to watch it again on tv tonight. There's going to be an after show where Chavo, Tommy Dreamer, and some others that are going to be talking about the episode.
Even if they didn't have a sexual relationship, the amount of time that they spent together over 11 years could've cultivated a "soulmate" dynamic between them. I'm sure they knew intimate things about each other that they never divulged to their respective spouses. Their lives were intertwined in so many ways, and then Eddie introducing Chris to religion deepened their bond even further. It's possible that they were as close as two could be without actually being blood-related or sexually involved.I'm sure I'll get a bit of backlash for this but I can't be the only one thinking it.
The comment from chavo " it was like he lost a spouse" what we've heard about cte and the Aaron Hernandez story... anyone else get the vibe that Eddie and Chris may have been lovers? Or at the very least Chris may have had some unresolved/unexplored romantic feelings for Eddie? Just seemed a bit weird when vickie said she found him in their bed clutching Eddie's pillow and sobbing.
I'm not judging. But it would make perfect sense. A guy who is so disciplined, he forced himself to do hundreds of squats over a missed spot. A man of principle like that. It wouldn't be unbelievable that he wouldn't be comfortable being a homosexual in public. Also with Eddie's faith.... maybe he never expressed how he felt and the depression of eddie passing was too much to take knowing he could never confess...
Again I'm sure I'll get raked over the coals, but that's the vibe I got
that's something that has intrigued my interest with this doc, who told David that Nancy's side didnt want anything to do with him and who told Sandra that the Benoits' wanted nothing to do with her and her side?Man that was tough to watch. I think people are just so still confused to this day as to how something like this could happen, and they've come up with all these various theories -- some say it was due to his depression over the loss of Eddie; some blamed "roid rage"; some said it was brain damage; some say it was a combination of things. Regardless, no matter what the reason, there was no reason to kill his wife and son. If he wanted to kill himself, fine, but there was no reason to include them. The tremendous pain and suffering he inflicted on the families, particularly his son David, is simply reprehensible.