Quick question: do you have any insight as to why WWE always refers to a "local medical facility" rather than a hospital? It's a minor thing but always slightly jarring. Thanks!
The explanation(s) I've always heard is that:
1) They don't want people in the local area who are watching the show to be showing up at the local hospital looking for the wrestler
, so they use the more generic "medical facility" because then it could be a whole bunch of places.
b) Alternately, there's apparently some legal mumbo-jumbo involved with claiming that someone is in a real hospital with regards to liability or something, but I've never really understood that one. I think the first one is more feasible and easier to explain anyway.