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Mickey Rourke v Chris Jericho pissing contest!

Mickey Rourke and craziness have never really ever been far apart!

Here’s the latest piece of madness!

‘The Wrestler’ actor Mickey Rourke is apparently getting in the ring with WWE “fighter” Chris Jericho to wrestle for real this time! The Golden Globe winner is scheduled to take on Jericho at “Wrestlemania 25” in Houston’s Reliant Stadium on April 5, the Associated Press reports!

This all kicked off from a crazy comment by what seemed like a juiced-up Rourke at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where he said that he planned to toss Jericho “around the ring like a tossed salad.”

It seemed to be said in good spirits with tongue in cheek.

However, the po-faced, and publicity seeking, Jericho saw it very differently!

Mickey Rourke v Chris Jericho – the kick off (SAG Awards)


When Rourke recently appeared on Larry King Live, a pissed off Chris Jericho confronted him.

“I don’t have respect for you… Be careful what you wish for, Mr. Rourke”, Jericho said.

Rourke just grinned at the remark and answered him back. Rourke said he would take on the arrogant Jericho in boxing ring or a bare knuckle match, but not in the wrestling ring!

“I’m gonna take the high road, brother, and just wish you all the best” he said.

Of course, everybody with a treble digit IQ knows wrestling is not a sport. Just a stylised, stupid, silly pageant played out by steroid-addled body-building fags for Republican rednecks and other morons!

We’d really love to see Mickey and Jericho get it on in a televised street brawl! And we know for sure who’d win!!


Chris Jericho joined the Larry show via satellite. He told Larry he’s seen the movie and liked Mickey’s performance. “I thought that Mickey did a tremendous job and he hit the ball right out of the park. He made no mistakes in his performance as Randy the Ram.”

He added, “The movie represented the minor leagues of wrestling very well. It was a nice representation of what it’s like to be on the way up and what it’s like to be on the way down. It’s not representing what I do in the WWE and who I am, for example, as the best in the world at what I do. I think Mickey’s performance was immaculate, he made no mistakes, but I think he did make a mistake on the red carpet at the SAG awards where he mentioned WrestleMania and called me out because if he got his wish and had a confrontation with me at WrestleMania, I think the ending of the Jericho-Rourke movie would not turn out very well for Mr. Rourke as it did for ‘The Wrestler.'”

Larry King took that to be a challenge and asked Mickey Rourke if he’d wrestle Chris Jericho. Rourke responded, “If it was up to me, no, it’s not my world. I was a professional fighter. Would I box him in a boxing ring or a bare knuckle match, yeah. Wrestling, that’s his world. That’s what this man does.” Jericho said, “Very interesting, Mr. Rourke. You should have thought before your spoke. Be careful what you wish for, it may come true.”

After some more bantering, Jericho went back at Mickey and said “You offended me and that’s the last thing you want to do is disrespect Chris Jericho, believe me. Because you may have respect for me and my world, but I don’t have respect for you. I really don’t.”

Jericho started off compimentary but quickly shifted to the instigator. Rourke said a few times that he’d be at WrestleMania but said he wanted to “take the high road” when Jericho challenged him directly. Larry King seemed to enjoy this potential big money match taking shape right in front of him.



http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0901/27/lkl.01.html

LARRY KING: Chris, have you seen “The Wrestler?”

CHRIS JERICHO, WWE STAR: Yes, I have seen “The Wrestler,” Larry. I thought Mickey did a tremendous job. I thought he hit the ball right out of the park. He did a great job, made no mistakes in his performance as Randy the Ram. …..I think the movie represented the minor leagues of wrestling very well. And, like I said, I think it was a nice representation of what it is like to be on the way up, and also what it’s like to be on the way down of wrestling. It’s not representing what I do in the WWE, and who I am, for example, as the best in the world at what I do. ……Like I said, Mickey’s performance was immaculate. He made no mistakes. But I think he did make a mistake on the red carpet at the SAGE Awards when he mentioned Wrestlemania and he called me out, because if he got his wish and had a confirmation with me at Wrestlemania, I think the ending of the Jericho/Rourke movie would not turn out very well for Mr. Rourke, as it did in “The Wrestler.”

KING: Ha, a challenge. Mickey?

JERICHO: Not really a challenge. I think Mickey kind of talked out of line. It’s not a challenge, I’m just answering. There’s a lot of difference between playing a wrestler in a movie and actually being one in real life. I think Mickey was given some bad advice in saying my name on the red carpet. If you get your wish, Mr. Rourke, you will learn things you never learned playing in playing a wrestler in a movie.

KING: Mr. Rourke?

ROURKE: I think that’s fine. I was visiting his world. He does his thing. He does his thing very well. Perhaps, I did put my foot in my mouth. I got nothing but respect for him. KING: Would you wrestle him?

ROURKE: Would I wrestle him? If it was up to me –

KING: You would?

ROURKE: No. I would — it’s not my world. I was a professional fighter. Would I box him in a boxing ring or a bare knuckle match? Yes. Wrestling, that’s his role. That’s what this man does.

JERICHO: Boxing match, bare knuckle match, interesting, Mr. Rourke. I think you should have thought before you spoke. Be careful what you wish for, Mr. Rourke. It may come true.

ROURKE: Listen, all the best to you at Wrestlemania .

JERICHO: I do respect what you did in the movie, “The Wrestler,” Mickey. Like I said, I think the performance was immaculate. Like I said, I think you offended me. That’s the last thing you want to do is offend Chris Jericho, believe me, because you may have respect for me and respect my world, I don’t have respect for you. I don’t. I really don’t.

ROURKE: Well, I am going to take the high road, brother, and wish you all the best and do your thing.

KING: See, Chris, he’s taken the high road.

JERICHO: You know me, Larry, I’m a very nice guy. We’ve worked together quite a few times in the past. It takes a lot to throw me off kilter, Larry. Next time, think twice, Mickey. Like I said, I’m right here, brother. You want bare knuckle, you want boxing, whatever it is, I’m fine. I’m an entertainer just like you are. But my world is a lot different than yours. You think that you know that, but I don’t think you know it for sure.

ROURKE: I don’t know a whole lot about wrestling. Chris, you’re looking sharp tonight.

KING: Thanks, Chris, go back to see Metallica. JERICHO: I’ll be waiting, Mr. Rourke. I’ll be waiting. ROURKE: Take care, have a good night, son.


Mickey Rourke/Chris Jericho – Larry King Live (01/27/2009)

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