Belligerent Man Choked Out by a Hot Pro Wrestler... on the Train!?!?

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    Oct 04, 2012 11:16 PM GMT
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    ^By day, he looks like this.


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    ^But by night, he... fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap

    Okay, lemme just go right to the story:

    Next Stop... Unconsciousness!

    http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/19711393/professional-wrestler-kos-man-hurling-slurs-threats-on-light-rail

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    For most of his professional wrestling career, Shawn Daivari has been booed as a Middle-Eastern bad guy, but the Minnesota native of Persian descent is now being cheered for the role he played outside the ring last week.

    When Daivari boarded the light rail in the Warehouse District, a man who was already on board began swearing and hurling racial slurs at other passengers on the train. Even though several passengers hit the emergency call buttons during the outburst, there was no sign of Metro Transit Police.

    "Another passenger told (him) to sit down and be quiet because he was making the ride bad for everybody," Daivari recounted. "That's when he got in the passenger's face, saying, 'I am going to kill you,' and stuff like that."

    So, Daivari stepped in and drew upon his years of wrestling experience, putting the man in a rear-naked choke hold similar to a sleeper hold.

    "It's one of those things where I'd rather be safe than sorry," he said. "If police are taking too long to respond, I'd rather not sit on my hands and wait for them to show up."

    Daivari said he held the man until he lost consciousness, emptying his bladder in the process. For the next 45 seconds, he held the man in a scissor hold until the train reached its next stop and he threw the man's limp frame off the train.


    "That was the hardest part," Daivari recalled. "He was a big, fat guy -- 280 pounds. I had to lug him out the door. It was like throwing out a dead ox."


    Although Daivari is used to playing the villain, it now looks like he'll have to get used to being hailed as a hero.

    "Stuff like this happens, and when it does, people need to take care of themselves as well," he said. "It might be that one second too long, and you live to regret it."


    I'd risk wetting my pants a bit if "Sheik Abdul Bashir" sat next to me on the train.

    While I don't fully agree with his actions, I must say I fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap...
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    Oct 04, 2012 11:54 PM GMT
    ((Shameless bump))

    Vegas' Over/Under on the time before a parallel RJ thread is created that others comment in instead: 3 hours 49 minutes. icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:12 AM GMT
    I have no idea what this story is about. I just looked at the pictures.
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:19 AM GMT
    Only thing that's a shame is we don't know what happened to Big Boy, if he got locked up or got some help. As far as anyone knows he's still running the streets? (I think it's safe to assume he'll save up his tokens for now lol)
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:25 AM GMT
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:26 AM GMT
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    That's his "I wish a passenger would" pose!

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    Oct 05, 2012 12:36 AM GMT
    http://www.myspace.com/daivariya/photos

    His "little" brother (Arya Daivari) is nothing to kick outta bed, either! All aboard! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:46 AM GMT
    Wow this guy is hot. I mean look at those amazing pecs and armsicon_biggrin.gif. Kudos to him for restraining that guy. You never know when an annoyance can become a danger. What I would do to have this guy put me into a sleeper hold .... icon_twisted.gif .... sorry did i say that out loud? icon_redface.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:48 AM GMT
    Just got the urge to get a lil rowdy! icon_surprised.gificon_twisted.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:49 AM GMT
    Mmmm he could put me in a "rear naked choke hold" ANYTIME.........yeah, just ya know...minus the going unconscious part....icon_twisted.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:51 AM GMT
    Gosh he is so hot. Especially with the rag thing on his head (don't know what you call it, lol.)
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:53 AM GMT
    rareone88 saidGosh he is so hot. Especially with the rag thing on his head (don't know what you call it, lol.)


    lol I think it's called a turban
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    Oct 05, 2012 1:05 AM GMT
    Rent the documentary Mansome on Netflix and you'll get to see this sexy fucker doing his manscaping. Mmmmmm
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    Oct 05, 2012 2:06 AM GMT
    I have a thing for middle eastern men (my partner is, for one)... and this guy is friggin' smoking hot, no question about it.

    But in regard to his behavior that day on the train? There's a part of me that thinks "way to go", but if you look at it a little more closely...

    A guy is yelling at people on a train. Yeah, I get it. It's annoying. That doesn't give you the right to subdue him into unconsciousness. That's assault and battery, and with a creative attorney, maybe even attempted murder.

    He says he was yelling threats at the passengers.. but as far as I can tell... he didn't lay a hand on anybody. Let's take this a step further -- what if the guy had a heart condition, and died? What if he is (very likely) mentally disabled? What if the amount of time he was unconscious, with a lack of oxygen to his brain, produced some kind of trauma?

    Unfortunately, you take your victim as you find them. If I was the guy who got strangle-held into unconsciousness, I'd find me an attorney fast.

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    Oct 05, 2012 2:40 AM GMT
    blueandgold saidI have a thing for middle eastern men (my partner is, for one)... and this guy is friggin' smoking hot, no question about it.

    But in regard to his behavior that day on the train? There's a part of me that thinks "way to go", but if you look at it a little more closely...

    A guy is yelling at people on a train. Yeah, I get it. It's annoying. That doesn't give you the right to subdue him into unconsciousness. That's assault and battery, and with a creative attorney, maybe even attempted murder.

    He says he was yelling threats at the passengers.. but as far as I can tell... he didn't lay a hand on anybody. Let's take this a step further -- what if the guy had a heart condition, and died? What if he is (very likely) mentally disabled? What if the amount of time he was unconscious, with a lack of oxygen to his brain, produced some kind of trauma?

    Unfortunately, you take your victim as you find them. If I was the guy who got strangle-held into unconsciousness, I'd find me an attorney fast.



    i'll side with you here. While I'm all for standing up to bullies, there's a certain notion of how much force is necessary. A guy like Shawn should've had no problem getting a "fat guy" on his stomach and holding his hands behind his back. There was no need to put him out.

    meanwhile, on a lighter note, DAYUM he's hot (and those pants he's wearing as his outfit are scorching!)
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    Oct 05, 2012 2:47 AM GMT
    i want a man of persian descent icon_cry.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 2:56 AM GMT
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    meanwhile, on a lighter note, DAYUM he's hot (and those pants he's wearing as his outfit are scorching!)[/quote]

    Why thank you! And they're not really pants they're... wait, what? Oh! icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 05, 2012 3:13 AM GMT
    I agree with the guys here that (Monday Morning Quarterback warning) Shawn needed to see force being applied (or at least a clear attempt at force) by the loudmouth before applying a smackdown of his own. "Fighting words" don't mean people of sound mind should be fighting.

    I think boxers and martial artists are warned about "hands/feet legally considered as deadly weapons"... does that apply to pro wrestlers as well?

    Of course, the first thing was not to do anything physical until the dude got physically violent, and the second thing was to try to restrain him without immediately rendering him unconscious, and the third thing was not to move an unconscious person until medical staff can arrive. But once he took it to Stage Four, it also would have been less Bronsonesque but more prudent, once he went through with it, to take his now-incapacitated (let's go ahead and call him "victim"... maybe "mark" is a better fit?) off the train and wait for authorities to arrive.

    The fat guy was probably not of sound enough mind to go find himself an ambulance chaser.

    It was wrong to simply dump the big blowhard off the train. And yeah I'd say that right to Shawn's fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap
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    Oct 05, 2012 3:54 AM GMT
    The wrestler Shawn Daivari is featured pretty extensively in the documentary "Mansome," which also features Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Morgan Spurlock, investigating the sometimes-strange world of men's grooming and fixation on their appearance.
    Daivari seems pretty nice and normal. The film is on Netflix streaming btw.


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    KissTheSky saidThe wrestler Shawn Daivari is featured pretty extensively in the documentary "Mansome," which also features Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Morgan Spurlock, investigating the sometimes-strange world of men's grooming and fixation on their appearance.
    Daivari seems pretty nice and normal. The film is on Netflix streaming btw.


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    I just watched it 2 days ago...on netflix...I was like I know who he is...hmmm



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    Oct 05, 2012 4:15 AM GMT
    dayumm said[quote name='RoadsterRacer87']
    meanwhile, on a lighter note, DAYUM he's hot (and those pants he's wearing as his outfit are scorching!)


    Why thank you! And they're not really pants they're... wait, what? Oh! icon_lol.gif[/quote]


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    Oct 05, 2012 4:18 AM GMT
    YES! I love Daivari! He can put me in a sleeper any day, lol!
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    Oct 05, 2012 11:46 AM GMT
    ((shameless photo bump))

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    Photo caption: Professional wrestler Shawn Daivari (R) and his guest attend the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's "Mansome" at the ArcLight Cinemas on May 9, 2012 in Hollywood, California.

    I'm really gonna need a minute now... probabaly not much more. Wrestling fans, who's the dude on the left?
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    Oct 05, 2012 11:56 AM GMT

    I'd say Daivari let his ego get in the way of common sense.

    Daivari will likely be sued for his actions, and for good reason. It appears that the guy he attacked didn't lay a finger on anyone.

    And where's the hot pro wrestler? I'm looking, but I don't see one anywhere in the thread.
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    Oct 05, 2012 12:11 PM GMT
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    I'd say Daivari let his ego get in the way of common sense.

    Daivari will likely be sued for his actions, and for good reason. It appears that the guy he attacked didn't lay a finger on anyone.

    And where's the hot pro wrestler? I'm looking, but I don't see one anywhere in the thread.


    That makes it 15-0 in favor of "He went too far!" And 14-1 in favor of "Yes he's hot!" for those of you keeping score at home! icon_razz.gif

    Hey, it's Minnesota, after all. So you might be right. Maybe he was a COLD pro wrestler! icon_lol.gif

    The "he will likely be sued" part is complicated, though. First, I'd assume if he's of sound mind, the "Damm, I just got my loudmouth azz KO'd in public" factor would probably have kept him in seclusion, at least until he finds out his rear not-naked-enough choker probably has a little money in the bank. My guess is he's not of sound mind at all, though, and may not even recall this happening to him.

    Second there's got to be an ambulance chaser running around the Twin Cities looking for him, I mean, out-in-the-daytime-with-a-flashlight-style looking for him. Surely, even in a modest-sized metropolis, a nearly 300 pound man cussing people out and threatening people shouldn't be too hard to find, right?

    But also, the light rail stations usually will have cameras pointed toward the train platforms, the indoor ones at least. It's incredulous to me that NOBODY seems to know what happened to the dude once he was unceremoniously rolled off the train. More important than the ambulance chasing lawyers of the world, there ought to be county mental health officials hot on that case.

    I've already ruled out the possibility that it might have been kayfabe performance art! icon_lol.gif