Whoops: WWE Match Results Leak Online
'Dolphins1925' has posted them all on Reddit
By Kevin Spak, Newser User | Suggested by winterfairy
Posted Jul 18, 2013 1:35 PM CDT
Jacob "Jake" Hager, Jr., aka Jack Swagger, locks up the leg of Jose Alberto Rodriguez, aka Alberto Del Rio, during the WWE Wrestlemania 29 wrestling event, April 7, 2013, in East Rutherford, NJ.   (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

(Newser) – You guys, I think … I think professional wrestling might be fake. OK, OK, so that's not exactly a revelation, but the suspension of disbelief has been just a little bit harder lately, thanks to a Reddit user with the handle "Dolphins1925." He has correctly predicted the results of 38 straight Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment matches, thanks, he says, to leaks from within WWE, the Telegraph reports.

"I am just a WWE fan like everyone else, and I am getting my information from a source who has VERY credible inside information," Dolphins1925 writes. "Given that this information is out there, we both feel that I should continue to share this information until it garners attention of WWE." They think WWE doesn't do enough to prevent spoilers, but WWE refuses to admit such a thing. "We might have a modern day Nostradamus on our hands," it quipped in a statement.

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Jul 29, 2013 8:08 PM CDT
Gasp!! It's not real?
Jul 23, 2013 10:17 AM CDT
Pro Wrestling is no more fake than the movies, 'reality' shows, most tv shows, and Broadway shows. It's entertainment. When you go to a movie, most of the time you know how it ends. When you go to a Broadway show, you know how it ends. Wrestling is real, but what they appear to be doing is something else. It's a skill to create as much violence as possible without hurting each other. It's not easy. I know...I was a referee for 12 years in NY & NJ.
Jul 19, 2013 10:54 AM CDT
For a "sport" that started out as a vaudeville act, the only advances it can claim is a television audience and colorful costumes. For those who believe this is "real" and challenge anybody to sign a waiver and step into the ring as proof is probably wearing tights and a facemask and enjoying a bowl of popcorn in their livingroom. These steroid pumped athletes have their own theme song, have a hard time putting together a sentence, prance around like they crapped their pants, pretend to knock the snot out of each other, and act like they just scored with their girlfriend when they win. In the end they all go to the bar and have a drink together and talk about the idiots in the crowd. It's fun entertainment, like watching a cartoon. That's all it is.