STAMFORD, CT - The pro wrestling world was rocked last week when a new challenger arrived on the WWE circuit weighing in at 890 pounds, possessing 10-inch claws, and the strength to crush bones into gelatin. "He calls himself 'the Grizzly' and he is unlike any other wrestler anyone in the WWE has ever come up against," said wrestler Seth Rollins from his hospital bed after a brief run-in with the massive opponent. What makes the Grizzly so unique? He is a trans-grizzly bear; the man recently decided to identify as human after being born an Alaskan grizzly bear. Along with his new identity, he has embraced his dream of becoming a champion human pro wrestler.
"The Grizzly has stated that his preferred pronouns are he/him/human and so we are going to respect that," said A.J. Styles, wincing in pain as doctors attempted to realign his spine - another victim of the Grizzly's punishment.
The Grizzly has torn apart his competition, sometimes literally. There are few remaining wrestlers left who are even willing to attempt a match against him. "He'll be our star wrestler by, oh I'd say around seven thirty tonight when he gets the championship belt," said WWE owner Vince McMahon.
"It's really inspiring to see someone embrace their true self and find victory, not only in the sport they love, but over their own issues with identity," said wrestler Randy Orton just before going in to have both of his shattered legs amputated. "Good on him."
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