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Thursday, August 4, 2011

BECAUSE SOMETIMES YOU JUST GOTTA BODYSLAM THE S$%T OUT OF A NINE-YEAR OLD.

Grappler:  But, DSTRYR/SG, is this really submission grappling?
DSTRYR/SG:  No, grappler.  It isn't.  But, you've watched too many De La Riva sweep videos this week, and you need a break.
Back in the good ol' days, a company could put a child to work in a mine or glass factory or cannery without having to worry about pesky "child labor laws."  These days, you can't even hire an 11-year old to do some assembly line soldering work without getting busted.  Fortunately, those laws don't apply in all countries, which is why I can pick up a "56 LCD for under a G (damn, that's a good price).

Thankfully, the child acting laws in Japan seem to be a little loose too.  Check out the video below, featuring the very young Haruka taking on a really creepy Kenny Omega (playing a good heel).


This is pro-wrestling, yes.  I know it's not real.  Someone told me that when I was in kindergarten, I think.  It's kind of like grappling's learning disabled younger brother, so we can't hate on it too much.

3 comments:

  1. That kid will be the most popular girl at her school for at least a month or two. As a side note: I damn near laughed my way onto a seizure when he kicked her in head.

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  2. "It's kind of like grappling's learning disabled younger brother" LMAO I've never heard a more accurate discription. On that note, the Japanese are weird.

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  3. Is this the same kid who was the little girl Undertaker, or is this a completely different 9-year-old-girl Japanese pro wrestler?

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