The Undertaker’s Wrestlemania Loss Cost One Dude $58,000
One dude on Twitter thought he was ready to win some serious cash when he placed a bet on a wrestlemania match that had been consistently predictable for over 20 years. After wrestlemania 30 not only we’re millions of people around the world shocked but Pools on twitter was out over $58,000.
— Pools (@Pools19) April 7, 2014
Betting on professional wrestling is just as silly as beating on any sport. Basically you put a bunch of money in the deciding hands of a bunch of strangers. This may be sports entertainment but if Wrestlemania has proven anything it’s that it is as unpredictable as anything else.
The undertaker’s loss was a shock and it felt great. Watching wrestling is a lot like going to an S&M club. Sometimes you need to accept a little pain to help yourself feel alive again. Watching that referee count to 3 made everyone feel some sort of unexpected emotion. Also watching that referee count to 3 made @Pools19 feel a whole middle class American’s salary lighter.