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'I wanted to hurt him in his face'  Scared wtf

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By:
tobermory
When: 19 Dec 18 22:41
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EaB84syAf4

shameful Surprised
By:
EUGENE KRABS
When: 19 Dec 18 23:04
Everyone knows James Wade is not right in the head and this was just further evidence ! Any decent sane human being would have apologised at the end and said it was just in the heat of the moment or something similar but no he tries to justify it by talking utter bollox and trying to make out it was something nationalistic ! Feel sorry for the Japanese lad and hope Wade gets a hefty fine !
By:
tobermory
When: 19 Dec 18 23:28
Yeah, even I was expecting him to apologize on those lines, but he actually doubled down on it!

And then the 'for our country' or whatever Crazy
By:
n88uk
When: 19 Dec 18 23:41
Wade has always been a bit of ****.
By:
bin bagged
When: 20 Dec 18 05:33
And in the prerecorded interview shown before the game Wade talked about himself being a nicer person nowadays! If you're doing that sort of stuff for your country i think you'll find you're compatriots would rather you didn't. Save it for the likes of Gerwyn Price, Corey Cadby. Japanese lad showed his class both in performance and etiquette to the very end, well done that man, thats what being a credit to your country is all about.
By:
jmdc
When: 20 Dec 18 09:12
I hope he meets Keegan Brown next - it could be the first ever on stage brawl at Ally Pally, between two of the most unlikeable characters in the game.
By:
pauliow
When: 20 Dec 18 09:28
Unfortunately his 10 year old son will see this one day. He'll either think it's the correct way to behave or he'll think he's a tw4t
By:
theres only one best tonic
When: 20 Dec 18 09:53
Nasty piece of work. Enormous credit to Asada though. An absolute gent in the face of Wades disgusting behaviour
By:
clacton
When: 20 Dec 18 09:56
JAMES WADE has released the following statement in relation to his William Hill World Darts Championship game with Seigo Asada on Wednesday evening.
Wade said:
"I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely apologise for my actions last night.
"Seigo Asada is a great player and I would like to say sorry to him, the fans and the PDC.
"Anyone that has followed my professional career will know that this was very out of character for me and I am disappointed in myself with the way I acted both on the stage and in my interviews after the match.
"I was fighting a battle with myself before I even got on the stage due to a hypo mania episode which can happen to me at any time and no-one is more upset than I am about what happened.
"I would like to again apologise and hope that people can understand how remorseful I am."
By:
clacton
When: 20 Dec 18 09:56
Should still be fined
By:
paulypaul
When: 20 Dec 18 10:10
Hideous man and blames it on everything but himself. Hypo tw*t more like. Hope he gets absolutely battered in the next round.
By:
wondersobright
When: 20 Dec 18 10:11
far too late with the apology and completely insincere anyway
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 20 Dec 18 10:32
hes only apologising because of the backlash
By:
mikeeboy
When: 20 Dec 18 10:39
Clearly been advised by management.

Never liked him
By:
jmdc
When: 20 Dec 18 10:45
He had to get someone to write it for him wonder!
By:
asparagus
When: 20 Dec 18 11:12
The statement should actually say 'anyone who has followed my career will know that this is the latest and worst incident of a long running saga of acting like a moron. If I had any decency in me I would have apologised immediately after the match instead of exacerbating matters by stating my aim was to hurt him in the face and that I was doing it for my country. I'm a nasty bit of work and know I am lucky to still be in the tournament'
By:
theres only one best tonic
When: 20 Dec 18 11:28
In the next round Wade finds himself one leg from defeat when he attacks his opponent with an axe. Opponent keels over and forfeits the match. Wade comes on in an interview with Stuart Pyke and claims that in his next match he will be armed with a chainsaw. In a strongly worded statement the next day Barry Hearn calms the situation by saying all players can go on stage armed with whatever weapons they feel are appropriate
By:
sickoflayinwinners
When: 20 Dec 18 12:14
im no fan of wade buthesnever shown aggression towards anyone during a match before and there is no excuse but in his statement  not only does he apologise for his actions but also for the  things said in the interview, the only thing i any kind of defence for him is we all know he really does have mental health issues, once again its not an excuse but possibly reason.
By:
ALIEN SEX FIEND
When: 20 Dec 18 14:35
I think G Price over stepped the mark with Anderson. However, I wonder would Wade give Price some........doubt it. Price would knock him out.
By:
ALIEN SEX FIEND
When: 20 Dec 18 14:38
Maybe Hearn with his contacts could arrange the Winner of Whyte/Chisora fights the winner of a bout between Price and Wade.
By:
HGS
When: 20 Dec 18 15:17
asparagus 20 Dec 18 12:12 Joined: 11 Jul 06 | Topic/replies: 3,249 | Blogger: asparagus's blog
The statement should actually say 'anyone who has followed my career will know that this is the latest and worst incident of a long running saga of acting like a moron. If I had any decency in me I would have apologised immediately after the match instead of exacerbating matters by stating my aim was to hurt him in the face and that I was doing it for my country. I'm a nasty bit of work and know I am lucky to still be in the tournament'

Spot on. He should be fined accordingly. As for Asada, what a credit to the game. Most would have bitten, gerwyn et al probably literally.
By:
a bitofinterest
When: 20 Dec 18 17:10
blokes been a to$$er for years.barely shakes his oppenents hand after a game.when mvg hit a nine darter against him he didnt even acknowledge it
By:
wondersobright
When: 20 Dec 18 17:39

Dec 20, 2018 -- 6:12AM, asparagus wrote:


The statement should actually say 'anyone who has followed my career will know that this is the latest and worst incident of a long running saga of acting like a moron. If I had any decency in me I would have apologised immediately after the match instead of exacerbating matters by stating my aim was to hurt him in the face and that I was doing it for my country. I'm a nasty bit of work and know I am lucky to still be in the tournament'


Laugh spot on is this!!

By:
charwell.
When: 21 Dec 18 17:27
Can't stand Price but Wade takes the biscuit.

He can shove his disingenuous statement up his ar$e. I was embarrassed watching his antics on Youtube and full credit to Asada who showed great stoicism when faced with a bigoted and self entitled w@nker.

Wade is as much a terrible winner as loser and that really takes some doing. He is utterly disrespectful and his pathetic excuse of depression is grossly unfair on those suffering from the same condition. It ordinarily manifests itself as a lack of self worth. Not sure how his works in the opposite way and manifests itself as contemptuous arrogance.
By:
THEMONEYSHOT
When: 21 Dec 18 17:59
Wade cut a desolate figure after he was thrashed 10-1 by Phil Taylor at the Masters in Edinburgh, where he was involved in heated exchanges backstage after averaging a lowly 73.

To punish himself, Wade - who has battled back from depression and two stints in the Priory after being diagnosed as bipolar - took off his shoes and socks and, in pitch darkness, walked back to his hotel from the Royal Highland Centre across fields in his bare feet.


Plain
By:
tobermory
When: 21 Dec 18 20:38
Laugh
By:
sofiakenny
When: 21 Dec 18 23:33
The poor guy is very very ill.
By:
n88uk
When: 22 Dec 18 01:06

Dec 20, 2018 -- 4:12AM, jmdc wrote:


I hope he meets Keegan Brown next - it could be the first ever on stage brawl at Ally Pally, between two of the most unlikeable characters in the game.


They met at Ally Pally only last year.

By:
jmdc
When: 23 Dec 18 15:50
Wade deserves this, the kid has been provoking and stalling all match.
By:
s.kenbo
When: 24 Dec 18 08:46
A deserved win. He's just about done enough to scrape through his two matches.
By:
the.mad.dog.man
When: 28 Dec 18 15:45
someone should chin wade
By:
BennyBinion1
When: 28 Dec 18 15:46
Shook no ones hand.

What's/ Who's he going to blame today??
By:
wisewords
When: 28 Dec 18 15:48

Dec 28, 2018 -- 10:46AM, BennyBinion1 wrote:


Shook no ones hand.What's/ Who's he going to blame today??


the crowd!

By:
asparagus
When: 29 Dec 18 19:24
It's been very noticeable over the last few days how generous players have been in defeat. Cross, Dolan, Chisnall and now Humphries have been quick to congratulate their opponent and you could clearly see Humphries say to Smith 'go win it now'. Wade on the other hand couldn't look Joyce in the eye and barely shook his hand, something that happens almost always when he loses. As was said earlier on the thread he is equally awful most of the time when he wins. He really is an awful character.
By:
G Hall
When: 30 Dec 18 19:53
A bollix
By:
StillLearning
When: 01 Jan 19 14:45

Dec 28, 2018 -- 10:46AM, BennyBinion1 wrote:


Shook no ones hand.What's/ Who's he going to blame today??


The officials for not shutting the crowd up probably

By:
Latalomne
When: 01 Jan 19 15:27
As soon as he pinched that first leg of the decider and gave it the big booolacks to the crowd, I am utterly convinced he realised he'd dropped a plum, and was duly booed relentlessly thereafter.  I think that ultimately got to him, but he had no-one to blame but himself.  Behave like an ar$ehole and get treated like one.
By:
wondersobright
When: 01 Jan 19 19:08
Latalomne • January 1, 2019 4:27 PM GMT
Behave like an ar$ehole and get treated like one.


that's exactly what I say to a few on here
By:
HGS
When: 16 Jan 19 20:52
Wade has Gerwyn Price in the first round of the masters, Sat evening 2nd Feb. Think he may be rehabilitated by then for some reason!
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