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Snooki’s WWE Crotch Bomb Debut

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Snooki had talked a good game about her wrestling debut last night, but she silenced her doubters, showing she knew how to brawl with the best, even when sober. The reality TV star enjoyed her “WWE Monday Night Raw” debut  and stated that she wants to take her talents further through to WrestleMania! After all, she did beat the crap out of her opponent. One should never underestimate the brawling experience notched up filming “Jersey Shore!”

The reality TV star, all 57 inches of her, pumped her fists angrily into another woman’s face and seemed to really enjoy it. Her flying crotch bomb was used to devastating effect on her opponents, the Lay-Cool lady tag-team, before the wrestling bout descended into a cat fight of hair pulling and head slamming such as can be seen outside many night clubs at 2am in a Saturday night. Maybe that’s where Snooki got her wrestling tips from.

WWE pro fighter, Michelle McCool taunted Snooki from the ringside after a slow start, but then the “Jersey Shore” star and her real life friend and WWE diva Trish Stratus got it together, and boy did these two not kick butt. Snooki had earlier Tweeted that she was feeling feisty and did it ever look it!

She impressed (or incensed) the Lay-Cools enough to challenge her to a three-on-three co-ed wrestling bout in April’s WrestleMania. Of course, never one to back away from a fight, Snooki accepted!

Snooki’s next scheduled wrestling bout, takes place on Sunday, April 3, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and can be seen as a pay-per-view on WrestleMania XXVII.

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