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Nick 'Eugene' Dinsmore hospitalized, suspended

November 18, 2005

 

Nick 'Eugene' Dinsmore was rushed to the hospital last night in Manchester.

 

He has since been released from the hospital, sent home and suspended indefinitely. WWE.com will have more details as they become available.

 

Can I be the first to say "work" followed by "head injury" followed by "no longer 'special'"?

 

At least I hope that's the case... :(

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Guest Keith Would
The word hospitalised doesn't make me think of an injury. It makes me think of a drink or drugs overdose, or the result of a fight.
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Guest The Beltster
I agree Keith...this close to Eddies death, WWE arent going to take chances with their guys and drugs, so they are making sure to send some the guys caught with them (well, at least the non main event guys) to make out they care and are doing something about it.
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Guest the HiTman
Why suspend him when he gets injured? Isn't that a way of saying "Oh' date=' we're not going to pay you while you're injured"?[/quote']

 

Fighting on mean streets of Manchester, thus the injury?

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Fighting on mean streets of Manchester' date=' thus the injury?[/quote']

 

Fill's point is that if you're injured in WWE you'll generally be sent home and be paid. Being suspended amounts to the same thing, except you're not injured.

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Sounds like Eugene went out, got drunk and fell over into a gutter. I can't really blame him, he's not going to get much respect with a gimmick like that, I'm sure he didn't get drunk during a show, so why suspend him? Seems a little harsh!
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Guest Al Stevens
There's a source suggesting Nick got drunk and started a fight in the hotel' date=' but cannot confirm.[/quote']

 

Well if that is the case then the WWE should fire him, before you say it's harsh remember they fired Curt Henning scott hall and Rhino all for almost the same sort of deal remember

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Agreed, but once again, maybe they should turn a leaf and not fire him seeing that they give JBL chances and Hardcore Holly to be bad out of the ring so maybe they should be giving others the benefit of the doubt.
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Agreed' date=' but once again, maybe they should turn a leaf and not fire him seeing that they give JBL chances and Hardcore Holly to be bad out of the ring so maybe they should be giving others the benefit of the doubt.[/quote']

 

What did JBL and Holly do out of the ring?

 

We don't have much in the way of details where the Eugene situation is concerned but I have been told by one source on the European tour that "when a guy is taken to the hospital then sent home and suspended' date=' the reason is very most probably exactly what you would think it is." I won't say any more than that at this time, but I think the message there is pretty clear.[/quote']

 

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Are they sure it was the real Eugene and not TWO's resident Eugene look-a-like? Getting drunk and falling over - sure sounds like him ;)

 

I'm a responsible citizen nowadays.

 

Bugger... :(

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Guest FreeSpirit
I dont know the full story-but if if Eugene did something to tarnish the WWE name by acting irresponsibly in public, then he deserves to face some sort of disciplinary action.
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I love the idea of what went on. Dinsmore was staying in character in order to keep kayfabe, and a few drunk English bullies thought it would be fun to pick on the mentally disabled guy. What they didn't expect him to do was turn into an American pro wrestler who was playing a role and start fighting back.

 

Still, they should just punish him for acting unprofesionally just like WWE did to Perry Saturn. Give him no hope of rising up the card by sticking him with a stupid, infantile gimmick and treat him like he's an idiot on air.

 

...Oh.

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Guest the assasin
Can I be the first to say "work" followed by "head injury" followed by "no longer 'special'"?

 

At least I hope that's the case... :(

 

 

I've been thinking recently that they need to do away with 'Eugene' and bring in Nick Dinsmore. I had thought of some sort of accident that would do this to him (kinda like when Goldust after being electrocuted) and here this story comes along and I completely agree with this being some sort of work to get him 'normal'

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Guest Adam Sibley

Just posted about it on ukff this is my 2 cents for what its worth.

 

Last time wwe toured england they stayed in the hilton at birmingham and caused a ruckus with the general public in the lobby which was heavily publicised and nobody got fired. this time round the only places this has been reported are wrestling websites none actually stating what happened. so it would be harsh if eugene got fired for fighting.

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if it is drugs related it sounds unfair' date=' they wouldn't suspend Angle or HHH.[/quote']

 

I'm pretty sure Angle and HHH don't do drugs (apart from possibly 'roids). As far as I know, both of them don't even drink.

 

I heard a rumour that Eugene lost a fight and ended up in hospital.

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