I think it's ochestrated in the same way wresting is. I think they do get hurt, but I also think that's par for the course, in the same way it is in wrestling. Wrestling can't be anything but fake *if* we look at what actually happens; if some of those back-hand slaps hit a person just below the adams apple it would quite possible cause death. As for the ladders and chairs whacked over the head? It's nothing more than entertainment. I think of it as a watered down version of a stunt-man; he takes *every* precaution to not be hurt and, if he does, to minimise any damage.<br />
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I don't see roller blading to be any different.<br />
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Some are, some are not. In my team it is not. We practice real plays and are required to put in a certain amount of hours to compete. There are safe ways to hit people and we have to pay money for insurance so we don't get sued if there is an accident.

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