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Woman Killed With Wrestling Moves, Negative Effect Coming To WWE?

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Mirror UK is reporting a woman was killed by three brothers who took over her house and performed dangerous WWE wrestling moves on her for 7 hours, a court heard.

Delyth Andrews, 54, died after a seven-hour drug-fulled attack in which the brothers performed a number of dangerous wrestling moves on her including John Cena’s FU, T-bone Suplexes and Cliff-Hangers, Canterbury Crown Court heard. The Knight brothers, Scott, 23, Adam, 20, and Joshua, 19, all denied murder , although Joshua and Adam offered guilty pleas to manslaughter.

Philip Bennetts QC, prosecuting, said that Delyth’s neighbors had described her as “too trusting” after she died following the attack, in December 2015. The court heard that Delyth, who was described as 4ft 11ins and suffering with bi-polar disorder, got to know the brothers after inviting their homeless mother, Elaine Morley, to live in her home in Ramsgate, Kent.

The brothers were initially charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent but Ms Andrews’ condition deteriorated by the end of November 2015 and she died in December 2015. A pathologist concluded her death was as a result of the effects of the injuries she had received during the assault, it was claimed.

This is not the first time someone was badly injured or killed due to impressionable people using wrestling moves. In the past, WWE have been sued for showcasing it & it is partially the reason WWE is now PG. The Parent’s Televison Council once attacked WWE for the murders of children replicating the moves, but they lost a case against the then WWF.

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