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Sporting News: Arrest warrant issued for Heath Slater


It must be an airtight case if they took three years to approve the warrant.  

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  1. If WWE wants to be like the NFL, NHL, and NBA thought they will suspend him without pay immediately before a conviction. It's a slippery slope. On one hand a large business has to understand PR issues, and Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson (along with lesser names and cases) certainly were PR issues. On the other hand athletes and celebrities have a long history of being falsely accused of a variety of offenses

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  2. Weird this has taken so long..also weird that surely the WWE had heard about this to some degree during the past three years and that of all the guys they have cut during that time Slater wasn't on that list if they did know anything about this.

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  3. The news of the charges being filed were reported in summer 2011. I'm surprised WWE didn't cut ties then.

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  4. Nothing to add, except awesome avatar!

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  5. Finding him won't be hard. Police just need to look under whichever wrestler is covering him for a three count.

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  6. I hear German suplexes end differently in prison

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  7. Four years ago, Hacksaw Jim Duggan touched my ass at a WrestleMania party. Can I still sue for that?

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  8. Holy shit, this is STILL happening?

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  9. Yeah, there is always a possibility this could be a Connor Oberst thing.

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  10. From a three man band to a chain gang, and I don't mean Yawn Cena

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  11. I'd make a joke, but c'mon... it's Heath Slater.

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  12. Normally I'd say job him out and cut him, but what's the difference?

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  13. It's your fault for looking up when he yelled "Ho!"

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  14. Never mind the belly to back suplex

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  15. I bet if it was John Cena, he would beat this.

    ...because he always wins, is what I'm saying.

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  16. Wait....CM Punk finally speaks on a 2 hour podcast....Vince McMahon does a podcast with Austin on the Network....and you spend your Sporting News article talking about Heath Slater's arrest warrant?

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  17. Or the Five Knuckle Shuffle.

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  18. Virgil's Gimmick TableDecember 3, 2014 at 3:47 PM

    How about a piledriver.

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  19. Yeah, he should rehash the same stuff that a thousand other people have already talked about!

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  20. And poetry readings.

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  21. Wow, Titus O'Neill can't catch a break.

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  22. I've always said Slater is a talentless hack who gets endless goodwill from. smarks because he's positioned as the kind of comedy heel that usually gets over even though he's never done anything particularly funny or interesting. I had not realized he was also an attempted rapist (and lets be real, that's what this was.) Fire the fucking dirtbag.

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  23. Well I guess that makes one less competitor for the Slammy Award of "Getting the Dumbest Shit Possible Over"

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  24. Also... too bad CoolTrainerBret isn't here to defend him.

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  25. Oh come on, practically everything the guy does is funny. Well, except the attempted rape

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  26. TJ: just watched Lucy. By the end my girl was literally yelling "END! FUCK OFF! END!" and I had to resort to mocking it over Facebook to stop myself from just turning the fucking TV off.


    One of the most amazingly BAD films I've ever seen. Astonishing stuff. Luc Besson must have some real dirty blackmail material on all of the cast.

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  27. Not in his divorce settlement.

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  28. That's what separates this generation from the real legends. A guy like say, Snuka would have kept in character. Maybe he's a bad example.

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  29. I've actually been really sick for the past couple of weeks and all the Punk/Vince stuff coincided with that. Bad timing, unfortunately. I really did want to go on an epic rant, honest!

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  30. Can we get a mini-rant then?

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  31. You might get a 1987 Slammys rant tonight, how about that for the moment?

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  32. What if he failed the rape because he slipped on a banana peel Santino threw?

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  33. I'm not sure about corporate interest and what not but wrestling fans are not the group of people to call for firings over stuff like this. If Ray Rice was a wrestler he'd be a babyface.

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  34. I'd say she should have gotten it on camera but apparently that don't mean anything anymore either.

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  35. Fuck that guy.

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  36. Maybe they had no way of knowing whether these charges had much in the way of credibility to them?

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  37. And those tits. Those magnificent man tits.

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  38. It could be a tumor.

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  39. Stranger in the AlpsDecember 3, 2014 at 5:27 PM

    Well, with the mysterious Wrestlemania payouts still in question, the statement "If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you" just took on some truth.

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  40. Nah. He didn't even put her through a table!

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  41. Seems more like a women's prison move.

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  42. "Heath Slater" is all the punchline we need.

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  43. "An initial warrant was requested in 2013 and denied, which makes it all the stranger that a second one would be approved a year later."


    They call that the appellate courts Scott (that or new evidence for their warrent was discovered), or have you learned NOTHING from watching Law & Order? :P

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  44. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonDecember 3, 2014 at 8:46 PM

    People are suing Cosby for shit that happened when Nixon was president. I say go for it.

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  45. Rather have you do an old school Netcop Rant on Punk and Vince and shit. We are long past due for another epic rant.....

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  46. You sound like you're kidding but seriously, name one example of something he's done that's been funny.

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  47. He's just a funny looking/sounding dude, man. Forget about who he's getting TV time over, he's there to be laughed at, not taken seriously.

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