Going back eleven years ago, we had the birth of ‘modern’ reality TV in Survivor and Big Brother (at least to my knowledge). People were hooked and from what I saw back then, five minutes was too much for me. I couldn’t stand that crap and basically made fun of anybody I knew who watched it. Friends would talk about the ‘Bachelor’ and I would tell them that I would rather tell a thousand people that I am a wrestling fan (let’s face it, it’s not always easy everywhere you go with the stigma attached to it) than tell ten people that I watch any reality TV show. Reality TV, in my humble opinion, was a sign of the decay of modern society. I was blown away that people would watch that utter garbage (obvious scripting, annoying characters, and lowest common denominator).
That was until Tough Enough showed up. I am afraid that I enjoy one reality TV show AND I am a wresting fan. The current season of Tough Enough has been consistently the most enjoyable hour of TV wrestling that I have watched the last few weeks. It does have the issues of other reality TV (in my limited and forced exposure to that crap) … especially editing and twisting the truth, but it has been a really enjoyable season. (more…)
Isn’t wrestling entertaining? We’re in the year 2011 and we’ve got a few thousand morons that take shots at WWE for being “entertainment” instead of wrestling, does it really matter what it is called as long as it does pretty much the same thing?
WWE claim they are no longer wrestling, but they are entertainment. What does that matter? What does watching wrestling do to you? Does it entertain you? So wouldn’t that make it entertainment? So wouldn’t that make anything from WWE to TNA to ROH to whatever you may call your wrestling company an entertainment show?
WWE is entertainment. TNA is entertainment. Wrestling is entertainment.
Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Harry Barnett and I am an evil man and I am here to share my view of the wrestling world with you. It’s just gone 1am and I am tired, look out for the show tomorrow night at the same time as always to find out the future of the show and a letter I received from lets say a wrestling company based out of Nashville and how I was able to deal with the problem they put in front of me. Of course, follow me on twitter @InstantClassicH.
Take care, spike your hair. Woo Woo Woo…. You Know It Bro.
Jerry Lawler should have considered the side effects of mixing JR’S BBQ sauce with his toe jam before giving it to Michael Cole. Why on Memorial Day Michael Cole wanted to see Vickie Guerrero in a bikini. Now I love Vickie but there is no way in hell do I want to see her in a bikini. Does Michael Cole know how skimpy those things have become? Band-aids are big and having a Mother of three, prance around in dental floss bottoms would make the strongest stomach’s want to hurl. Let Vickie stay covered, unless Michael Cole wants to be making an Impact on Spike.
R-Truth is upset because he stopped Rap-Tapping; he lost 99.9% of his fan base when he did. Well I am the one who has become a huge fan of R-T’s since he stopped. Really how many times can you answer “What’s Up” First it was the Sky, but finally I just kept on replying The Truth’s Career. Than he came out with “Got Kronk” which threw Eve Torres into seizures and me into drinking just a little bit more. What the hell is kronk? I remember WCW’s Kronik; kronk- a goose going threw an airplane engine? Kronk in your junk, maybe an illness? To tell you the truth, Truth just ran out of damn entrance themes, maybe John Cena can teach R-Truth how to wrestle, and how to rap.
Having been away for a few weeks and after no one showed any signs they missed me I have returned. Instead of picking on one main subject I thought I would write about several I have thought about recently. (more…)
“Despite never really seeing eye to eye with that fat little midget Brady, I have to give him a nod for allowing me to clear up a few things. I’ve been told that a lot of people are taking pot shots at Jim Ross lately. If @JRsBBQ hadn’t shot from the hip all those years ago, I wouldn’t of had the fire to succeed as much as I did. I wouldn’t of had the strength to sacrifice being with my family, my country, my native tongue to live in Japan for 6 years and learn this craft. I owe Mr. Ross a great gratitude. Not only for setting me on my path to success, but also being there with open arms at the end of my journey and escorting me to the finish line. Many of you may not know this but JR lobbied for my recruitment to WWE. We met at the Cauliflower Alley Club reunion in Las Vegas and I became fast friends with him and his lovely wife. He had heard the noise I was making in the industry and graciously gave me kudos. You never have to worry about where you stand with JR. He’ll give you constructive criticism when you need it and praise when you’ve earned it. He’s no sycophant and that is something to be celebrated. I’m hoping you all send him a thankful salutation, I know I will.”–WWE star Kharma
Join Brady Hicks and DJ this week IN THE ROOM as they talk about a lot of the news items that have been dominating the wrestling headlines (and some that even fell under the radar). Plus, R-Truth’s push, Alex Riley’s sudden boom in popularity, WWE’s need to unify titles, Randy Savage and other Hall of Fame talk, and much, much more. Thanks for the support!