New Delhi: It is a well known fact that the events that take place in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) are 'not real'. They are scripted by writers hired by the company. But the 'wrestlers' put their body on line just for the sake of entertainment of WWE fans. The moves that they perform in the ring takes years of practice to do it safely.
But the question that disturbs a common man is, whether the injuries are fake or real? Nonetheless the performers go all the distant to make everything look real, from delivering dialogues to faking death.
In one such incident "Stone Cold" Steve Austin was hit by a car in the 1999 Survivor Series.
Here's the clip uploaded by WWE.com to showcase the whole event:
The Rattle Snake was giving an interview, when he was attacked by Triple H. Stone Cold then followed The Game to the garage only to get hit by a running car, driven by someone else. For fans, it was a disastrous event, as nobody saw it coming.
The first one to arrive at the scene was Vince McMahon, followed by other people including paramedics. On the following Monday Night RAW, it was found out that Rikishi was the one who ran over Stone Cold.