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Recent deaths in wrestling [Jul. 18th, 2007|12:51 pm]
Brian
[mood |bouncybouncy]

As all or many of you have heard Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy (Woman)his son and then himself. I'll get back to that in a minute. I want to start off by talking about the other recent deaths in the biz. These include Bam Bam Bigelow,Mike Awesome, Johnny Grunge and Sherri Martel. As I type this no one as I know of is accussed of the death of Martel or how she passed away. The others Bam Bam and Awesome have been determined. I ask of all of you that are in the wrestling business to not start using steroids or for that matter any drugs. You will not only hurt yourself but you will damage your family and fans.Just take a look back to Eddie Guerrero and see what that has done to not only his family but close friends in the business. Take it easy everyone..
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It is time to move on [Nov. 12th, 2006|12:23 am]
Brian
[mood |blahblah]

Ladies and gentlemen I have come to the decision to end my Live Journal blogs simply because I have run out of things to say. When I started this I was going to write about what I thought of the wrestling business. I however have more things in my life going on or wish to do. I would like to personally thank all of you that have taken the time to read my opinions on various subjects. One final thing I would like to say is that if you have a passion about things don't ever let anything get in the way. Thank you everyone. Take care........
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REJOICE EVERYONE I'M BACK [Oct. 10th, 2006|05:20 pm]
Brian
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

WELL WELL WELL IT IS I THE JERRY'S KID FROM HELL AND I'M BACK.. NOW FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT MISSED ME I UNFORTUNATELY SUFFERED 2 STROKES AND SPENT THE NEXT MONTH & A HALF IN THE HOSPITAL. DON'T WORRY I'M STILL ALIVE. I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS TIME TO THANK A FEW PEOPLE. THEY ARE IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER: BAY RAGNI, JESS RAGNI, SUPERCODY, DR RUTHLESS BOB MAGEE AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST MIKE DIMUZZIO FOR COMING TO MY GET WELL SOON PARTY. NONE OF YOU CAN IMAGINE HOW MUCH THAT MEANS TO ME.. HMM, CHRIST AND HERE I THOUGHT I WAS A NO GOOD SOB (LOL). HONESTLY SPEAKING I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD NEVER MAKE IT.. ONCE AGAIN I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE THAT CAME TO THE PARTY... LET'S DO IT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!
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Wrestlemania & other random thoughts [Apr. 11th, 2006|09:50 pm]
Brian
[mood |chipperchipper]

I know it's been quite awhile since I last posted anything but I honestly didn't know what to write about.  However since Wrestlemania is in the books I figured I would write about that. 

For the most part I enjoyed the show and the matches except for the Playboy Lingerie Pillow Fight. That to me was a waste of time.  Instead of having that they should have had MNM defend the WWE tag team titles or some kind of cruiserweight #1 contender match.  The match between Cena & HHH was better than I thought it would be although I felt HHH looked goofy as hell coming out in that Conan The Barbarian getup.

Rey winning the World title (Smackdown) was no shock at all.  I was hoping that after Wrestlemania that Eddie Guerrero's name/ lagacy would be left alone but now it looks like it will continue with something going on with Chavo "quitting" Raw the day after Wrestlemania.  Let the man rest in peace already.

Randy Orton getting suspended was a bit of a shock.  However I am somewhat happy that WWE is sending hin a message.  Hopefully it will get through to him but somehow I doubt it.  He as everyone has heard has been calling the "Divas" cunts behind the scenes at shows and it finally blew up at Wrestlemania.  I wonder how he would feel if someone was calling his mother that and also where he gets off disrespecting people in the first place. He has way too much of an ego and needs to remember he should leave his ego at the door.  Shut up and wrestle.  That is what he's getting paid for in the first place. 

I was glad to see that RVD is starting to get a major push by winning the Money In The Bank Match.  Hopefully WWE will put the belt on him.  He deserves it.  He's just one person WWE has misused since coming to the company. 

Well that's all.  Hope ya enjoyed reading

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Exploiting Guerrero and Message board idiots [Feb. 17th, 2006|11:35 am]
Brian
[mood |moodymoody]

Well it’s been a little over 24 hours since the untimely death of former ECW tag team champion Johnny Grunge and unfortunately the assholes on message boards have already started talking shit.  It amazes me that the so called adults have to resort to bashing people in order to make them selves feel better.  If they took a little bit of that time and energy they use bashing people then maybe their lives wouldn’t be so fucking pathetic.  Of course I know I am asking too much from a bunch of jerkoffs but still they need to mature a little.  I wonder how they would feel if it were them who constantly got trashed all over the internet.  I’m sure they would be pissed even though they wouldn’t admit it.

 

Speaking of message boards I wish they could all be wiped off the internet entirely.  They do nothing but cause shit.  You have “Wrestler A” bashing “Wrestler B” or bashing a female manage/valet talking shit about their personal lives claiming she’s a whore. Sleeping around and other crap. What business is it of anyone’s what they do when they are not performing for you assholes?  No one’s…. Get a life assholes.

 

Onto my next subject which is in my opinion the exploitation of Eddie Guerrero’s death in the current storyline with Rey Misterio and Randy Orton.  Personally I believe it’s classless for Vince McMahon to be doing this. Making money off of someone who was a loyal employee of your company is just uncalled for.  If you wanna set up a match between Misterio and Orton fine, but just leave Guerrero out of the storyline.  Show him and his still grieving family some respect… Let the man rest peacefully.

 

Well that’s all I have to say this week.  Leave any comments if you’d like even though I know no one will.

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RIP Johnny Grunge [Feb. 16th, 2006|02:22 pm]
Brian
[mood |sadsad]

Mike "Johnny Grunge" Durham was pronounced dead on arrival at an Atlanta area hospital this morning.

The only available details were he was at a friend's house in Peachtree City, GA, and was gasping for air and rushed to the hospital. The preliminary diagnosis from the hospital is that it was said to have to do with complications from sleep apnea.

Grunge and the late Rocco Rock (Ted Petty), as the tag team of Public Enemy, were the first major stars created by ECW in a program against The Funk Brothers. They became ECW's most popular act, to the point they were subject to a bidding war of sorts between WCW and WWF. However, taken out of the ECW environment, they weren't as successful.

Grunge, whose age is believed to be 39, was said by friends to have never been the same since Petty's death.
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Turmoil in indy wrestling again and other crap [Dec. 6th, 2005|12:04 am]
Brian
[mood |disappointeddisappointed]
[music |Don't Worry Be Happy]

Well as everyone has heard by now IWA MS Heavyweight champion Jimmy Jacobs recently trashed the title at an indy show to the dismay of IWA. His reasons for doing this was because he needed cash to pay his rent and IWA had to cancel shows due to medical problems in Ian Rotten's family.  Jacobs went on to say in his livejournal that he has a price and sold out IWA and that anyone else in the same situation would have done the same thing.  I personally don't believe so.  He claims it is his belt and he can do whatever he feels like. While this might be true I highly doubt that trashing the belt isn't something wrestlers would do normally. Don't get me wrong, I am not putting the entire blame on Mr. Jacobs here because IWA as of late has been unsteady at best in having consecutive shows. One week they are close to shutting down and the next they have been saved.  The problem is also the fault of the AAW which is the company that Jacobs trashed the IWA belt for on their show. AAW is pretty much run or has guys that left/were fired by the IWA months ago and I believe this was a ploy to stick it to IWA.  I've said it before and I will say it again, indy groups need to stop the bullshit between them and work together to better the business. This petty bs is pointless and uncalled for.  The people running these promotions are supposed to be professional but act like children when it comes to crap like this. Now IWA has publicly stated that if a wrestler wants to work for them then they cannot work for AAW. This is just what the business doesn't need.  You are not only taking an extra payday from talent but also forcing them too choose when all the majority of the workers want to do is wrestle. Grow the hell up people.

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Happy Thanksgiving [Nov. 24th, 2005|02:54 pm]
Brian
[mood |happyhappy]

Just wanted to wish everyone a very happy and safe Thanksgiving Day

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RIP Eddie Guerrero 1967-2005 [Nov. 13th, 2005|01:36 pm]
Brian
[mood |sadsad]

WWE.com is reporting this morning that former WWE World champion Eddie Guerrero has passed away; Guerrero was found this morning in his Minneapolis hotel room. Eddie is survived by his wife Vickie and his two daughters. You will be missed

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Another rant from yours truly [Oct. 12th, 2005|09:55 pm]
Brian
[mood |calmcalm]

Well i'm back after an extended break and I honestly don't know what the hell to say in this update/post. I guess i'll rejoice now that the Yankees are gone from the playoffs this year. FU Steinbrenner. This is exactly what you get for overpaying a bunch of losers. If they had never even had made the playoffs it would have been even greater. Hockey has finally gotten their shit together and started playing again and the Flyers look like shit although i'll probably go to a few games this year.

What's more can I say about the wrestling biz? Hmmmmmmm, well it still sucks to a point. WWE Homecoming wasn't bad. Actually it was pretty damn good. Now if WWE could only get into bringing more meaning to their titles. Maybe i'm asking too much. I miss the days of watching the "big time" wrestler going over on the hopless jobber every week. Maybe i'm the only one but every match that takes place is always describes as being a "main event". BULLSHIT. TNA hovever is peaking my interest with bring in the former Dudley Boyz and Rhino. They if given the chance could possible be major players for the company. Back in WWE, HHH is back. WOW. I wonder how long it will be before Father in Law Vince puts the belt back on him. This past weeks Raw wasn't bad. Seeing old lady Linda go heel was interesting and shocking (for me at least). That woman has bigger balls than her old man.

I just realized it's been about 2 years since i've been to a show and to be quite honest I don't miss being at an arena. The people/fans are such a pain in the ass to deal with. I will never understand the following:

1. Why is it that people who have front row seats constantly stand during the show? You people are sitting ringside so how much can you miss?

2. Why do heavy chicks that go to shows always throw themselves at the wrestlers when I wouldn't even fuck ya if god gave my crippled ass the ability to walk?

3. Why do fans/assholes get loaded before a show and then continue to drink during the show? No when to say when!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well I have things to do so I will get going. See ya later people

PS: Congrats to Mickie James(Alexis Laree)for finally being called up to the WWE after a year in OVW
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