Wrestling videos may be taking the sports video charts by storm, but with their violent themes and racy story lines, do they belong on family-friendly supermarket shelves? Denise Darnell, video supervisor at Southeast Foods, Monroe, La., said that while she's concerned about her customers' tamer tastes, she rents wrestling videos because their content is no mystery and customers always know exactly what they're getting. Because of the popularity of shows like "Smackdown" on United Paramount ...
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