Fan Violence At Hassan/Daivari; Puder’s Backstage Attitude, & More

Tim Brown

— According to PWTorch newsletter author Wade Keller, just about everyone within a hundred yards heard the loud argument between Chavo and Big Show at last week’s Smackdown tapings, which quickly got physical. It started with Chavo snapping at Show about bigger wrestlers and smaller wrestlers, and ended up calling Show fat and lazy. Big Show then threw Chavo across the dressing room. Agents and wrestlers broke it up quickly, and nothing more happened between the two that night.

— Daniel Puder’s backstage attitude has many thinking that it will get him into a lot of trouble with other wrestlers. “It’s obnoxious” says one source, “He’s a master politician with his head up anyone’s ass who has power. But it just might work out for him, too, the way things work around here.”

— So far WWE has not had to take any special precautions for Hassan and Daivari for their safety. So far there are no signs of fans taking the gimmick too seriously and getting violent, however their comments about the U.S. troops fighting overseas has many worried that things may change.

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