Monday, August 13, 2007

Pac-Man Makes Wrestling Debut Without Wrestling

From the AP

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Adam "Pacman" Jones ended up surrounded by police Sunday night. This time they were actors trying to help the suspended cornerback, though they couldn't stop him from being allegedly "attacked."

It turns out the Titans got a court order prohibiting Jones from participating in any wrestling activity even after he promised ass kickings on Thursday in TNA's weekly Spike TV show to appear.

Under the heavy stipulations of the Titans, Pac man was allowed to appear but was not allowed to touch or be touched, grapple, shove, throw or have anything thrown at him by anyone working for or watching the show.

According to the AP

Not a finger was laid on Jones on-camera Sunday at the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling event, but several were awfully close. A wrestler rushed the stage after jawing with Jones, but four actors with police clothing tackled him just out of reach.

Minutes later, the studio television screens flashed to Jones backstage, lying on the ground after being purportedly attacked.

Jones also commented during his wrestling stint that he wanted to show the world that he is the best team player that ever lived. I guess that's why he went to the strip club the night before meeting with Goodell. Oh, but he was just hungry.

1 comment:

Kasey Loessberg said...

Just another great contribution to society from PacMan.