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UEFA: UFC and WWE Scouts Are Interested in AC Milan's Gennaro Gattuso (Satire)

Italian brawler G.Gattuso threatens Crouch ahead of both teams' clash in the second leg.
Italian brawler G.Gattuso threatens Crouch ahead of both teams' clash in the second leg.Alex Livesey/Getty Images
Saed KhatibContributor IFebruary 17, 2011

Football fans all around the world witnessed yesterday's clash in the San Siro between Italian giants AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur in the round of the last 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

Many people have also witnessed the vigor the Italian wrestler—I mean footballer— Gennaro Gattuso possesses.

According to many claims, the Italian powerhouse currently views the act of playing football as insipid and banal.

Prior to yesterday's game, the player was notified that both UFC and WWE scouts were paying the San Siro a visit, and the prospect of impressing the scouts excited him, as he's a man who's talented in the domain of violence.

The ruthless, aggressive and brutal nature that Gattuso portrayed in yesterday's game was nothing short of what the scouts demanded of him, and both UFC and WWE representatives are aiming to fight for his signature and are enticed by the thought of him being a part of their roster.

Gattuso pummeled Peter Crouch and choked Spur's assistant manager Joe Jordan, after claiming that the latter irked and provoked him, and tried to ram any player of the opposition in sight.

In this fixture, Gattuso represented all of what the wrestling entertainment business requires of a superstar: passion, blood thirst, eccentricity, grit and hostility.

 

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