Dutch Mantell: "Will Smith's slap was prepared at the table"



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Dutch Mantell: "Will Smith's slap was prepared at the table"

The whole world was shocked by Will Smith's slap in the face of Chris Rock during the 94th Academy Awards. Over the course of the evening, Rock made a cheesy joke about Will's wife Jada Pinkett Smith, who saw most of her hair fall out due to her alopecia.

Smith, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor, suddenly got up from his chair and slapped the host of the event loudly. When asked by the LAPD, Chris said he does not intend to file a complaint against his colleague. According to former WWE manager Dutch Mantell, this sensational incident was planned for a table.

Dutch Mantell's opinion

"Do you want my opinion? Will Smith's slap on Chris Rock was agreed upon. All the people gasped, but we mustn't forget that they are actors. Chris's attitude did not seem to me that of someone who had just received a slap," wrote Mantell on Twitter.

Returning to wrestling, Dutch commented on the news of Triple H's retirement: "We are obviously all sorry that a legend of his caliber is retiring from wrestling. However, we all have to retire sooner or later. I listened with great attention to the interview he gave to Stephen A.

Smith, in which he explicitly said he was in danger of dying. When he arrived at the hospital, his condition was quite delicate. If the view is really bad, I don't know if you know what I mean. I am happy that the doctors have identified the problem and everything has gone smoothly.

If he had played another match, he could have died in the ring." Mantell then lashed out at Ridge Holland: "It's not that surprising that Big E got injured during a sequence with him. Holland doesn't have the talent to be where he is now.

Sorry to be so tough, but Ridge is not up to par for these stages. I don't know what the management saw in him, he's not even that good at the microphone."