Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
Like wrestling, presumably.
On Chambers: the BOA rule on not selecting athletes that have been in doping offences has been there since 1992. Knew what he was up to itbt.
Amateur wrestling, such as Greco-Roman, yes. It's perhaps the purest and oldest form of sport there is. Professional wrestling, no. Professional wrestling has more in common with acting than it does with sport, and as such has absolutely no place in the Olympics whatsoever. No-one who had watches professional wrestling would ever call it a sport, no more than you would assume the events of Lord of the Rings actually happened.