So, let's just say there's some unhappy people following this year's Royal Rumble WWE Championship match and to make matters worse John Cena won the 30-Man over the top-rope Rumble match. Insert expletive here __________! However, we did see a couple surprise entrants in the Rumble. Chris Jericho, Goldust and The Godfather all returned. Since The Godfather was eliminated so fast, I was hoping maybe we would get a Papa Shango or Kama return as well. It's shaping up to be Cena/Rock 2 at this year's WrestleMania. Not really a fan of rematches at Mania, but anxious to see how the rest of the card will unfold. Brock Lesnar has also joined The Road To WrestleMania, by putting Vince on the shelf courtesy of a ferocious F-5 the RAW after the Rumble. Actually thought The Undertaker might return at the Rumble too, but he decided to come back during the Super Bowl instead. Or was it The Shield that caused the power outage?
What if Booker T, Damien Sandow, Daniel Bryan, Vickie Guerrero and The Miz were all running for public office. Their debate would go something like this: "Silence!" "Tell me, you didn't just say that!" "Really?" "YES" "Excuse me!" "You're welcome!" "Now, can
Big props to WWE for continuing to pursue "The Italian Superman" Bruno Sammartino for the WWE Hall of Fame. The hard work paid off because this year Bruno accepted the invitation and now will be inducted in Madison Square Garden. It will truly be a momentous event to watch as "The Living Legend" Bruno Sammartino is honored on that special evening. From what I heard, Triple H was a key factor in getting Bruno's approval. Pretty sure, Triple H and Hall of Famer Bret "The Hitman" Hart won't be sitting together at the ceremony due to Bret's recent bashing of "The Game". Here's the two interviews:
Switching gears now to TNA, where the whole show is basically built around the Aces & Eights, Hogan, Sting, Bully Ray and Brooke. Thought it was a nice swerve having Taz join the Aces & Eights, but was disappointed the following week when he rejoined the announce table. I would rather see him in more of a managerial role. Personally and this is wishful thinking because it will never happen, Who better to be the voice of your company than "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan? That legendary voice could get any wrestler over and really make your product one of a kind. The only problem is Hulk would have to give up a little bit of the spotlight, quit sueing everybody each week and stop taking pictures of his daughter's legs.
Looking back at IWF Slam
Just wanted to share this link to some classic IWF videos that are online. Back in tha day, I couldn't wait for the weekend to get here so I could head to the Salvation Army in Tupelo to check out IWF with friends. This match features a war between Neil "Real Deal" Taylor and Justin Envy for the Southern Heavyweight Championship. Also Kimble Winstead and "Hollywood" Jimmy are hilarious on commentary, firing insults back and forth throughout the bout. Enjoy!
The Call List
Lance Armstrong-Bad Call
New Tag Champs, Austin Aries & Bobby Roode-Good Call
Aces & Eights latest acquisition, Garett Bischoff-Bad Call
Mark Henry is back-Somebody gonna get their wig split
Duck Dynasty-Good Call, Jack
Beyonce's Halftime Performance-Bootylicious
Paul Heyman-Good Call
The Brain On Wrestling @ Umfjtb.podbean.com-Good Call
The Miz applying the figure four-Bad Call
Betty White's 2nd Annual 90th Birthday-Good Call
Crashing Broadway-Good Call
Gambling.......didn't win any money on the Super Bowl:(
Pushing Alberto Del Rio as a face-Good Call
Beat 'em up, beat 'em up, break his neck, break his neck
Memphis Grizzlies trading their leading scorer, Rudy Gay-Bad Call
Kevin "Damn Fool" Simpson-Good Call
Stealing Chris Brown's parking spot-Bad Call
Justin Bieber's Mom-Good Call
TNA taking IMPACT on the road-Good Call
TNA suspending it's Gut Check Challenge-Bad Call
Montana Miracle Stain-Good Call
Grumpy Cat-Good Call
Thanks for reading and Good Calls to All!!!
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