History BullyingADragon / ProfessionalWrestling

3rd May '16 6:22:37 AM Gimere
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* During Wrestlemania 6, Wrestling/BobbyHeenan slapped Wrestling/AndreTheGiant for losing a {{tag team}} match against Wrestling/{{Demolition}}. Andre went bezerk and knocked Heenan out.

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* During Wrestlemania 6, Wrestling/BobbyHeenan slapped Wrestling/AndreTheGiant for losing a {{tag team}} match against Wrestling/{{Demolition}}. Andre went bezerk berzerk and knocked Heenan out.



* This Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers song is another self acknowledged example

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* This Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers song is another self acknowledged exampleexample:
25th Aug '15 5:13:57 PM ultimomant
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* This a frequent, real life occurrence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield (Wrestling/{{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Wrestling/VinceMcMahon himself) once getting punched out by Wrestling/SteveBlackman (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell (Wrestling/{{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.

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* This a frequent, real life occurrence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield (Wrestling/{{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Wrestling/VinceMcMahon himself) once getting punched out by Wrestling/SteveBlackman (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell (Wrestling/{{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.
25th Aug '15 5:13:28 PM ultimomant
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* Bo Dallas reminding {{Brock Lesnar}} that he lost to {{The Undertaker}} at Summerslam.

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* Bo Dallas Wrestling/BoDallas reminding {{Brock Lesnar}} Wrestling/BrockLesnar that he lost to {{The Undertaker}} Wrestling/TheUndertaker at Summerslam.Summerslam 2015.
24th Aug '15 9:37:30 PM Nazmaldun
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* In 2013, Wrestling/TheBigShow is forced to watch the main event match and not do anything to get involved. During this time [[Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield JBL]] starts taunting Big Show while he's sitting there, taunting a large man who could knock him out with one punch.

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* In 2013, Wrestling/TheBigShow is forced to watch the main event match and not do anything to get involved. During this time [[Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield JBL]] starts taunting Big Show while he's sitting there, taunting a large man who could knock him out with one punch.punch.
* Bo Dallas reminding {{Brock Lesnar}} that he lost to {{The Undertaker}} at Summerslam.
17th Jun '15 4:34:56 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* At the 1999 Fukumen World League 1999, Dirtbike Kid not only refused to wear his mask on what was explicitly a show for masked wrestlers but {{no s|ell}}old Wrestling/TheGreatSasuke's spin kick, which was the finish they agreed on. So Sasuke kicked Dirtbike Kid without holding back [[BoringButPractical and made him tap to a neck crank]].

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* At the 1999 Fukumen World League 1999, Dirtbike Kid not only refused to wear his mask on what was explicitly a show for masked wrestlers but {{no s|ell}}old Wrestling/TheGreatSasuke's spin kick, which was the finish they agreed on. So Sasuke kicked Dirtbike Kid without holding back [[BoringButPractical and made him tap to a neck crank]].



* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.

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* This a frequent, real life occurence occurrence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (Wrestling/{{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon Wrestling/VinceMcMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon Wrestling/SteveBlackman (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) (Wrestling/{{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.
30th Mar '15 7:48:45 AM Wildstar93
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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.

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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.around.
* In 2013, Wrestling/TheBigShow is forced to watch the main event match and not do anything to get involved. During this time [[Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield JBL]] starts taunting Big Show while he's sitting there, taunting a large man who could knock him out with one punch.
27th Jan '15 4:29:41 PM alexwong
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* Wrestling/MichaelCole. After his 2010 FaceHeelTurn, he's bullied Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/JerryLawler (his arch enemy), Wrestling/JimRoss, [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] (''twice''), [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], the WWE Divas (''all of them''), and even his own [[TheDragon Dragon]] Wrestling/JackSwagger (making him a somewhat literal example of the trope) ''to their faces''. All of them could easily beat Cole to a bloody pulp if they wanted to, and half of them actually did. Cole also regularly mocked Wrestling/BookerT, Wrestling/ZackRyder, and Wrestling/TedDibiaseJr (following [=Dibiase's=] 2011 HeelFaceTurn).\\
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The WWE Divas deserve special mention here. He seemed to save his venom for two very specific Divas, Wrestling/NatalyaNeidhart and Wrestling/EveTorres. While most of the Divas are accused of being FauxActionGirl Eye Candy, he decided to pick on possibly two of the most dangerous of them. Natalya is a veteran wrestler and a member of the Hart WrestlingFamily. Eve is a trained Gracie Jiu Jitsu fighter, and is (in Real Life) dating a member of the Gracie Family. He decided not only to bully the two most dangerous female Dragons, he also chooses the two most-well connected.

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* Wrestling/MichaelCole. After his 2010 FaceHeelTurn, he's bullied Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/JerryLawler (his arch enemy), Wrestling/JimRoss, [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] (''twice''), [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], the WWE Divas (''all of them''), and even his own [[TheDragon Dragon]] Wrestling/JackSwagger (making him a somewhat literal example of the trope) ''to their faces''. All of them could easily beat Cole to a bloody pulp if they wanted to, and half of them actually did. Cole also regularly mocked Wrestling/BookerT, Wrestling/ZackRyder, and Wrestling/TedDibiaseJr (following [=Dibiase's=] 2011 HeelFaceTurn).\\
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WWE Divas deserve special mention here. He seemed to save his venom for two very specific Divas, Wrestling/NatalyaNeidhart and Wrestling/EveTorres. While most of the Divas are accused of being FauxActionGirl Eye Candy, he decided to pick on possibly two of the most dangerous of them. Natalya is a veteran wrestler and a member of the Hart WrestlingFamily. Eve is a trained Gracie Jiu Jitsu fighter, and is (in Real Life) dating a member of the Gracie Family. He decided not only to bully the two most dangerous female Dragons, he also chooses the two most-well connected.
20th Jan '15 9:57:13 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* This is pretty much Kelly Skater's gimmick, especially after she joined Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}'s roster in 2009. She is a good bit larger than the average woman and obvious good enough to get the invite but is nowhere near as big and strong as she thinks she is. Her taunting of [=LuFisto=], whom she stands noticeably taller than [[PintSizedPowerHouse but only outweighs by a single kilogram]] is but a mild example.

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* This is pretty much Kelly Kellie Skater's gimmick, staring in QLD and especially after she joined Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}}'s roster in 2009. She is a good bit larger than the average woman and obvious good enough to get the invite but is nowhere near as big and strong as she thinks she is. Her taunting of [=LuFisto=], whom she stands noticeably taller than [[PintSizedPowerHouse but only outweighs by a single kilogram]] is but a mild example.
16th Jan '15 11:21:58 AM Freezer
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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves pushing up on smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.

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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves pushing up on knocked back by smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.
16th Jan '15 11:20:28 AM Freezer
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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves pushing up on smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.

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* This a frequent, real life occurence in locker rooms, where bullying vets often finding themselves pushing up on smaller wrestlers they thought woud be easy prey. Examples include Creator/JohnBradshawLayfield ({{WWE}}}) ({{WWE}}) (who was used as a backstage enforcer by Vince McMahon himself) once getting punched out by Steve Blackmon (a martial arts expert) and Buff Bagwell ({{WCW}}) getting knocked on his ass by Earnest "The Cat" Miller (also a martial artist) after trying to push him around.
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