What the film doesn't tell you, is that if Edge would have been arrested for his crime, he'd have had to go to Wrestlers' Court.
What is Wrestlers' Court? Well, I'm glad you asked, Timothy.
Wrestlers' Court was an arbitration process in the wrestling business, set up by "Dirty" Dutch Mantell to settle disputes between wrestlers, so that the promoters didn't have to get involved. In WWE, there was a prosecutor, who would represent "The Locker Room" as a whole, this was the role usually taken on by John "Bradshaw" Layfield, who would bring forth charges against the defendants. The defendants had the option of hiring another wrestler to act as a lawyer to defend them. There was a bailiff to keep order, this was usually Kane, because he's massive. And then there's the Judge, that was usually the most respected man in the locker room, The Undertaker. Although, others have filled the role, like Triple H.
So, what would happen is, someone would be summoned to the Court under charges, the prosecution would present the evidence, witnesses would be called, and then The Undertaker would decide whether the defendant was guilty, and what their punishment would be. However, this court was a corrupt one, and cases have been dismissed thanks to tactical purchases of Jack Daniels, and other gifts.
Some of the more notable cases were:
This week's movie's star, Edge, his tag team partner Christian, and WWE writer Brian Gewirtz, for being too friendly. Edge & Christian were buddying up to Gewirtz for TV time, and Gewirtz was giving them "Better material because they kissed his ass". Charges were dropped after buying The Undertaker a bottle of Jack Daniels
Mick Foley and Al Snow were charged for leaving Bob "Hardcore" Holly at the Airport, to go to a funfair. Foley and Snow had to pay for Hardcore Holly's travel, and Hotel, for a week.
Teddy Long was accused by The APA (Bradshaw & Faarooq) of "being a cheap motherfucker", by pretending to fall asleep at toll booths, and "Forgetting" his wallet. He was sentenced to pay for the APA's Chicken & Beer for a month.
Teddy Long, again, this time for "Procuring Viagra, and selling it for a profit". I don't know the sentence for this.
Bill Goldberg, was charged with disrespecting Chris Jericho. He was sentenced to standing in front of the whole roster, and admitting that Chris Jericho is more talented than he ever will be.
Melina was charged for "being a bitch". She was basically made to cry in front of everyone.
Muhammad Hassan was charged for "disrespecting a veteran", when he told Eddie Guerrero to stop using his finisher, the Camel Clutch. What Hassan didn't know was Guerrero's father actually invented to move. Hassan was sentenced to pay the entire roster's bar tab for the evening, which was said to have been over $5000
The Hardy Boyz, for sitting in Kane's first class seat on a plane, causing Kane to sit in an economy seat. While Kane was fine with it, The Undertaker believed that the 7' Kane should not be made to squeeze into a coach seat. The sentence was to prank another wrestler by breaking toothpicks in the locks of his car.
The Miz, for eating chicken over Chris Benoit's bag. His sentence was that he was banned from the locker toom, and get changed in the public toilets.
Simon Dean, for suggesting how a segment could be improved to Roddy Piper, this is a big no-no. So, he was sentenced to having his bags thrown in the showers.
Shawn Daivari, for answering back to Shawn Michaels. He was sentenced to doing 1000 squats with Chris Benoit.