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Published: Sep 15, 2008
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Jake 'The Snake' Roberts Video: He Self Destructs
by Mitch Marconi


Wrestling legend Jake 'the Snake' Roberts finally lost it at a benefit event where he flashed his crotch to the booing crowd after a series of ramblings at the Firestorm Pro Wrestling league match.

TMZ.com reported that they had uncovered self-destructing video footage at a live benefit event in Ohio. Jake Roberts, now old and overweight, walked around the ring rambling and struggling horribly to connect with the audience. It seems before the actual match; Jake Roberts was backstage passed out before he started his downward spiral that day. According to TMZ sources, Jake woke up and was aggressive, violent, and was asking for "an 8-ball."

According to TMZ.com, "During the match, Roberts was clearly unable to perform, barely responding to the barrage of "fake blows" he received from the other wrestler, J.T. Lightning. Around one minute into the match, Roberts' opponent -- clearly frustrated with the situation -- whispers to the ref to end the fight. Afterwards, Lightning grabbed the mic and told Roberts, "I've wrestled drug addicts ... you are a piece of s**t, Snake. You gypped these people. F**k you." After the verbal assault, Jake pulled down the front of his pants and exposed his penis to the crowd."

Jake Roberts continued his rampage by punching the wall till his hand broke and then went running into the streets crying. The police and ambulances came and Roberts refused medical treatment. Roberts was not arrested but left in shame. We all have our bad days, but it seems Roberts day just couldn't get any worse. (c) tPC

Go HERE to see the video. An additional video of a repentent Jake is here.




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