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There is a scene where Randy is working in a deli at a supermarket. It's quite subtle, but with his plastic gloves on he picks his nose right in front of an old woman (and a customer to boot).
When one fan provides his own prosthetic leg for Randy to bludgeon his opponent with.note Truth in Television: In ECW, fans would offer crutches for the wrestlers to use, and New Jack did once use a prosthetic leg as a weapon.
Randy: You're my girl. You're my little girl. And now, I'm an old broken down piece of meat... and I'm alone. And I deserve to be all alone. I just don't want you to hate me.
Fridge Brilliance: Obviously, Randy and the Ayatollah are the opposite of one another. This actually extends out of the ring when viewing the "real people" as well. Randy was popular in The Eighties as the All American Face hero. The Ayatollah was hated as the Foreign Wrestling Heel. Later, Randy is down on his luck and in horrible shape while the wrestler playing the Ayatollah has done quite well for himself and seems fit. The only similarity is that they're both really nice guys behind the scenes.
Randy uses the Diving Headbutt as his finisher, the move that caused a lot of Chris Benoit's brain damage.
In the very first scene, someone praises Randy backstage because he "put [his opponent] over", implying that Randy lost in a way that made his opponent look good.
An extension of the above. When Randy is playing video games with his young neighbor and beats him the kid says he has to leave. Randy suggests one more game hinting the kid will win. Just like in wrestling, Randy is trying to "give back" his win.
An extension to even that, the kid Randy is playing with is clearly bored playing a decades-old game and system and is only doing it as a favor to Randy. When talking about the new Call of Duty, he specifically mentions being able to fight Iraq soldiers. Given the Ayatollah is an Iraq caricature, he's probably trying to get Randy interested in a newer game.