Slapstick Saturday presents: Fail Kim

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What happened when Gail Kim knocked herself out in a Divas match against Mickie James? Click here to find out.

Welcome to another edition of "Slapstick Saturday," Cagesiders, where your old pal Hulk Holland pokes fun at every botch, blooper and bomb the world of professional wrestling has ever given us.

A few weeks back, we got to see firsthand what happens when you try to wrestle with a concussion.

In a word, nothing.

Apparently, one of the side effects of getting knocked out is no-selling professional wrestling holds. That was never more evident than when Gail Kim missed a cross-body from the top turnbuckle and landed on her face midway through Monday Night RAW.

Ouch.

Unfortunately her opponent, Mickie James, had no idea that Kim was seeing stars (which is hard to do in a Divas match) and set up for the DDT. It went from no-sold to no-hold, ending in a clumsy tumble to the mat. The fans, or at least the ones who were actually paying attention, barely noticed.

Jerry Lawler: "Whoa! Gail Kim blocked that!"

Michael Cole: "She did, she countered."

Uh-huh.

James followed up with the "Mick Kick" which was unfortunately an airball, as Kim just kind of wavered back and forth in a delirious stupor. That led to an impromptu standing elbow, which sent the dazed starlet crashing to the canvas for the three count.

Kim has no memory the match. Then again, neither does anyone else.

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