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The wrestling personalities that the kids have in the WTF are similar to other WWE wrestlers:
Stan - Stan the Man (Randy Orton/Shawn Michaels/Stone Cold)
Throughout the episode, freestyle wrestling is mistaken as gay porn.
Cartman wears his wrestling singlet backwards.
This is one of the few times Kenny is shown without his parka on, but his head is covered by a mask.
Wrestling is presented as an opera-like show, with the boys acting like stereotypical actors, wine drinking intermissions, as well as McMahon using opera glasses. This being the statement that professional wrestling is not considered authentic wrestling, but just an act similar to theatre, thus proving Mr. Conners' point.
Despite being Canadian, the wrestler Edge doesn't have a Pac-Man style head.
The show that the kids created is called Smackdown. Smackdown is the name of a real WWE program.
Both WWE wrestlers John Cena and Edge are shown at the beginning in this episode.
The lead biker that appears in the later episode "The F Word", appears in the audience and sympathizes with Mr. Conners about losing his job.
After Kenny (A.K.A. El Pollo Loco) dies, a man in the crowd stands up and screams "¡O dios mío! Mataron el Pollo Loco!" Immediately, another man in the crowd stands up as well and screams "¡Bastardos!". This is the Spanish for "Oh my god! They killed The Crazy Chicken! You bastards!".
References to Popular Culture
The Colorado balloon incident is briefly mentioned twice as headlines for the South Park Gazette, "BOY LOST IN BALLOON", "BALLOON STUNT'S A HOAX".
At the WWE event, Cartman is seen wearing a shirt that says, "Get the 'F' Out", a reference to World Wrestling Entertainment changing its name from World Wrestling Federation in 2002.
In the same frame, Token Black is just behind Eric Cartman wearing a CM Punk T-shirt and Stan is seen wearing a 2007 John Cena shirt.
As a luchador, the mask Kenny wears has the same design as the signature mask of Blue Demon, widely considered to be one of the greatest Mexican wrestlers of his time.
Vince McMahon went to see the boys' Smackdown event. Coincidentally, Vince was once an owner of the same brand.
The scene with the boys' tryouts to find a new wrestler is similar to the musical "A Chorus Line", especially with Number 37's monologue and song about his past.
Gets hit by a rocket fired by the wrestling coach. Kenny's death in this episode marks his first death since "The Ring".
Kenny dies during the final match, but he and Cartman can be heard yelling at each other after everyone leaves.
John Cena rarely wears his dog tags while in the ring.
Except for 2002-2003, John Cena is always a good guy or face in his wrestling career in the WWE but in this episode, he was showed as a bad guy.