Tag Archive: D Generation X

  1. The War On.. Hacking, UFC, Memories Of A Past Life and Gypsies, Trades, Tramps and Thieves


    I currently write to you, with the entrance music and video of D-Generation X playing in the background. But wait a minute, I hear you ask. You’re not a wrestling fan anymore. Why do you have DX’s music in the background? Simple. I’m not a wrestling fan today. FACT. Also FACT, I’ve recovered my sheer enjoyment for the words War, Is and Raw, although not necessarily in that order.

    Cue the opening


  2. RAW 2.28.11


    Back for another edition of Monday Night RAW! Turns out the boss man, ThinkSoJoE is there live tonight, so I hope he has a good time!  He tweeted something about there being a steel cage over the ring tonight.  Will we see it come into action, or are they just teasing us?  As the person who has to review tonight… I don’t know if I want it to come into action or not.

    Also, I want to take a second and thank everyone who tweets during RAW, and those of you who reply to the actual review.  It means a lot to me to know that you all like the way I write these up, and I love to see interaction.  It makes the searing pain in my fingers after totally worth it.

    Anyway, I hear that The Rock is supposed to be around sometime to talk about John Cena’s response.  This could be really good… Or really bad.  We’ll see what happens.

    It’s time to play the game…

    Omfg I missed this music.  Oh, sorry about missing last week’s RAW.  Family time prevented me from seeing it, and then a busy week prevented me from reviewing it.  Sorry!

    It has been made official! The Undertaker will go one-on-one with Triple H at Wrestlemania!

    Triple H says that it’s good to see Buffalo too!  He says that they say the true test of a man’s mettle is the test of time.  He’s done everything that there is to do in the WWE.  Every accolade, championship, defined Elimination Chamber, Hell in the Cell, and a thirteen-time WWE Champion.  With Shawn Michaels, he started D Generation X.  With Ric Flair, Evolution.  He’s been hated, loved.  He’s defeated icons, legends, immortals, he’s done it all.  Sixteen years.  Seems like yesterday, but sixteen years.  He’s seen them all come and seen them all go, for sixteen years, he’s out lasted everybody.

    Except for one.  The Deadman.  The Phenom.  The Undertaker.

    He’s just heard him referred to as “The Last Outlaw.”  Not yet, there are two.  The Undertaker and Triple H are the same, probably a lot more than he knows.  When he looks in the locker room, they see the same thing: There aren’t any real challenges left.  They’re in the same position.  There’s only one thing that stands before him: For Taker, it’s the Streak. 16, 17, 18-0.  It’s what keeps Taker going, the challenge.  But, the fact is, when Taker looks around the locker room, Hunter’s the only real challenge he’s got left.  And when Hunter looks around the locker room, the only true challenge he has left is ending the streak.  It’s the only thing they have left.  It will happen at Wrestlemania XXVII.  The biggest event in history!  Deadman, you and Hunter will define an era.  The iconic, the immortal, the legendary, the last two will meet, and on that night, nothing else will matter.  There can be only one Higlander.  At Wrestlemania, Taker has only one thing left: The Streak.  And when it dies, Taker dies.  At Wrestlemania, Hunter has only one thing left: The Streak.  If he can’t end it, he’ll die trying.

    Sheamus makes his way down to the ring, much to the amusement of Triple H, actually.  But, as he gets in the ring, Hunter knocks him to his knees.  Triple H rolls his neck before hurling Sheamus out of the ring and following him.  Hunter then throws him into the wall and starts pounding right down on him.  He then throws him into the steel ring post, and follows him in front of the announce table.  Hunter then punches him again, and takes Sheamus right over another barrier.  Hunter throws Sheamus onto the announce table and I’m aware that… Cole’s not there!!  Anyway, Hunter clears the table and climbs onto it, pulling Sheamus to his feet.  He gets Sheamus in position, Jerry tells him not to do this, and Hunter points to the Wrestlemania sign before giving Sheamus a Pedigree right through the announce table!

    Later on tonight, Shawn Michaels will weigh in on Triple H vs The Undertaker!  Not only that, but Michael Cole will answer Jerry “The King” Lawler later!  And, The Rock is going to respond to John Cena’s comments last week.  Oh, and on FaceBook, he posted a picture of his boot on John Cena’s hat…


    @TKeep123 The #WWE announce desk DESTROYED at 12 minutes into #RAW !!! No, not the Spanish desk…King & Josh’s Desk! #WWE #RAW #BWF

    @KeepItFiveStar Damn. Sheamus must’ve failed a wellness test. Smoked a lot of pot. Tanned. He did SOMETHING wrong because….My God! That was brutal!

    @HitTheRopes Remember when Sheamus was a menacing jar of Mayonnaise? Now he’s just Miracle Whip(ped)! #wwe

    @FrankWWEClown Sheamus, you made a poor decision interrupting The Game, just sayin’. #WWE #RAW

    @thinksojoe Where will the announcers set their drinks? Won’t somebody think of the announcers? #BWF

    @Seanfranchise6 Tonight on RAW: HBK WILL SPEAK, COLE WILL PUSS OUT, AND ROCK WILL STOMP CENA………………..via satellite. #RAW

    We come back to a handful of refs finally helping Sheamus to get away from the broken announce table.  You would’ve thought someone would’ve done that during the commercial…

    “Sheamus, you just got brutally attacked by Triple H, but that’s not his problem.  You were scheduled to have a match tonight, and you’re still gonna have it, against this man.”

    King Sheamus vs Evan Bourne

    YAY EVAN!!!!! I missed Air Bourne.  I’m happy to see him back.

    The bell rings and Evan goes to town on Sheamus right in the corner.  Sheamus manages to push Evan off, but misses a clothesline.  Evan hits a high kick and then goes up, and hits Air Bourne for the win!

    Evan Bourne wins via pinfall.

    Really, really short match, but I’m really glad that Evan’s back.  And I seriously missed that slow-mo Air Bourne replay.

    Justin Roberts tells us to please welcome “The Voice of the WWE”, Michael Cole.  Evan even rolls his eyes, and Cole walks out to a number of boos.  Cole walks over to King, and seems amused that the announce table is broken.  Cole stands in front of King and talks, but no one hears him.  … I’m confused.


    @KeepItFiveStar Now Michael Cole is gonna beat Sheamus! C’mon. At some point this turns into a hate crime against gingers.

    @CMPunkSays It’s not often you get buried twice in one night. Whose duffel bag did Sheamus take a dump in? #WWE

    @Niki_Sushi I just had a SCREAMING fit. My baby’s back! YES! Totally made my night!

    @N_er_d All I can say is that it was not a good day for our King Sheamus. #WWE #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    @chynnacena We’d like to that you for flying Air Borne #WWE #RAW #BWF

    <WWE Rewind: Last Monday, Cole “interviews” King, and King challenges him to a Wrestlemania Match!>

    Michael Cole has a mic and is in the ring now.  He says he wants to do this man-to-man, face-to-face, eye-to-eye, so he suggests that King gets off his fat, antiquated butt, and get in the ring.  They have an announce table now!  Cole also wants to remind King that he cannot strike Cole or he’ll be fired.  Over the weekend, Cole re-read the decree that was handed down by the General Manager.  It implies that if they touch one another, they’ll both be fired.  But, it states that if King strikes Cole, King’s fired.  King gets in the ring and stands in front of Cole.  Cole says that King thinks he was intimidated last week.  Did King think that Cole was going to coward down from his Wrestlemania Challenge?  Lawler, there is no one, and Cole means no one, on this earth that has more guts than Cole.  Cole never, ever backs down from a fight.  So his answer to King’s “little” Wrestlemania Challenge is no, unless King accepts two conditions: First, Cole’s trainer can be in his corner at Wrestlemania, and second: Cole gets to choose a special guest referee for the match.  King goes to take the mic, Cole asks what he says, and the King takes the mic.  He says that he doesn’t care if Cole has the Dark Knight, King Kong, Saba Simba, and Superman with him, the answer is yes, Cole’s on.  Cole says that they’ve got their match for Wrestlemania.  Michael Cole vs Jerry “The King” Lawler!  Cole says without further ado, he would like to introduce the man who will train Cole to defeat Lawler at Wrestlemania.  He is a former World Champion, the All American-American, Jack Swagger!

    Check, 1, 2!

    Cole’s pretty damn proud of himself, but King doesn’t look impressed, to be honest.  Swagger gets in the ring and the two hug, before Swagger stands over King.  King still doesn’t look intimidated.  Cole shoves King, and Swagger stands between them.  Cole keeps asking what King thinks, and then Cole smacks Lawler.  Jerry goes for Cole, but Swagger grabs King and puts him in the ankle lock.

    Later tonight, Rock will respond to John Cena’s comments last week…

    Randy Orton makes his way to the ring…


    @HitTheRopes Guess Swagger won’t be in Money in the Bank this year. #wwe

    @JRosz78 Thank you Swagger! YES! #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    @seraphalexiel Cole’s got Jack Swagger as his trainer? I want Jack Swagger to be my trainer

    @KeepItFiveStar What kind of Steve from Blues Clues dance was that, Michael Cole?

    @TheFightingGeek Ah, the classic Lawler can’t touch Cole until WrestleMania. An oldie but a goodie.

    @CMPunkSays Michael Cole looks like he passed Advanced Heel Tactics 462. The professor of that course is 2009 Randy Orton. #WWE

    @N_er_d ok, can we get Matt Striker back on commentary now? #WWE #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    Next week, Stone Cold Steve Austin returns to Monday Night RAW!

    And damn it all, Cole is back on commentary, and he’s sanitizing it.  Cole asks for a replay of Lawler in Swagger’s Ankle Lock, and we get a quick picture… or two, of it.  And he’s talking, but I’m tuning him out.  I know how now.

    I hear voices in my head…

    Before the match, Randy picks up a mic.  He says last week, Punk was right about something.  Two and a half years ago, when Randy punted Punk in the skull, he made the biggest mistake of his career.  The mistake that he made was that he should have kicked Punk harder.  Punk talks about faith like it can protect him, but it won’t.  It won’t protect him when Randy punts him so hard in the head that it makes his spine break and so that his permanent address is a rehab center, dreaming of walking again one day.  He will spend every day of his life, sipping his meals through a straw, and the only thing Punk will have left is the faith that failed him.

    Punk makes his way out to the ring with the New Nexus (minus Harris still) following him.  Punk calls Randy an arrogant, but predictable, hypocrite.  Does Randy think that Punk told him not to show up because he didn’t want him to show up?  Punk is going to put Randy in the ground.

    Cole lets Josh Matthews read this email.

    “It appears that there’s only one way for Randy Orton and CM Punk to settle things: In a match at Wrestlemania.  Now, over the course of the next few weeks, Randy Orton will compete in singles matches against members of the New Nexus.  If the Nexus members win, they can legally be in Punk’s corner at Wrestlemania.  If Randy wins, that member of the Nexus is banned from ringside at Wrestlemania.  If CM Punk or the members of Nexus get involved, I will personally disband the New Nexus.  Randy Orton vs Michael McGuillicutty begins right now.”

    Randy Orton vs Michael McGuillicutty

    Orton and McGuillicutty lock up, and McGuillicutty pushes Orton in the corner.  Orton turns it around and hammers away on McGuillicutty, but McGuillicutty reverses the whip, only to get a clothesline.  Orton stomps on McGuillicutty’s face and then goes to drop the knee, but McGuillicutty moves.  McGuillicutty takes advantage and Whips Orton, but Orton stops and throws McGuillicutty out of the ring.


    @Lunna1969 i is a very happy girl tonight….even though i have the flu…Randy, Evan and HHH have made up for it!!! #WWE #RAW #BWF

    @KeepItFiveStar Boy, it is Open Mic night on RAW tonight.

    @CMPunkSays Everyone tweet @wwejoshmathews with suggestions as to what he should put in Cole’s drink when he isn’t looking. #WWE

    @kickoutblog Spoiler: no one will be in CM Punk’s corner at WrestleMania.

    @KeepItFiveStar “Why the FUCK didn’t anybody do this with any of my matches against The Nexus?” – John Cena (via @lekeithlewis)

    @Niki_Sushi I wonder if Cole realizes he didn’t do anything… #bwf #raw

    @Whovian_23 If Stone Cold had come out while Michael Cole was in the ring, Cole would of shit /AND/ pissed his pants at the same time. #WWE #RAW #BWF

    We come back to Randy still dominating McGuillicutty, but then Orton eats a missile dropkick.  McGuillicutty goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out.  McGuillicutty goes for another, but Orton kicks out again.  Orton crawls into the corner (cause that’s the best idea ever), and McGuillicutty stomps on him in the corner.  Orton fights back, however, only to get a knee by McGuillicutty.  McGuillicutty then drops his feet in Orton’s face.  He gets on the middle rope and shoves Orton’s face down before going for another cover, only for Orton to kick out.  McGuillicutty puts Orton in a headlock, but Orton fights to his feet, and sidewalk slams him off.  Orton and McGuillicutty both return to their feet, and McGuillicutty runs right into Orton’s foot.  Orton gets him down with a couple of clotheslines, followed by a scoop slam.  Orton then drops McGuillicutty in the back breaker.  McGuillicutty does the stupid thing and rolls under the bottom rope, so Orton pulls him most of the way into the ring, and this the second-rope DDT.  Orton then slams down to the mat and pounds it down, watching McGuillicutty get to his feet before hitting the RKO.

    Randy Orton wins via pinfall.

    So, at Wrestlemania, Michael McGuillicutty will not be in CM Punk’s corner at Wrestlemania.  Orton backs into a corner as McGuillicutty lays on the mat, and Punk comes out to tell him to stop.  He then says Randall Keith Orton, you have done enough.  Randy does not want to do this, no one wants to see him do this.  Punk is telling Randall, do not punt him in the skull.  Orton goes back to the corner as McGuillicutty gets up on his knees, and then Orton punts McGuillicutty in the skull before running out of the ring and up into the stands as Punk, Mason Ryan, and David Otunga go to chase him.

    Last Friday, Sin Cara was signed to the WWE!

    WWE Champion The Miz and Alex Riley are making their way to the ring.



    @FrankWWEClown @RandyOrton either has ants in his pants or just loves to punt people in the head. I’ll go with the latter. #WWE #RAW

    @KeepItFiveStar And Randy Orton punts Michael McGuillictty back into Joe Hennig!

    @Niki_Sushi Is Punk gonna pull another Maryse? #bwf #raw

    @kickoutblog Hopefully Orton just punts them all in the head and ends the Nexus debacle once and for all.

    @Whovian_23 Seems that @RandyOrton is doing what @JohnCena could not do… take out the Nexus. #WWE #RAW #BWF

    <RAW Rewind: John Cena and WWE Champion The Miz win the Unified Tag Team Championships, then The Miz costs them the titles.>

    Awesome! I came to play!

    The Miz has a mic.  I’m sensing a trend.  Anyway, Miz says The Rock is going to respond to John Cena tonight!  That’s funny, because Miz called out The Rock last week as well, and he’s not responding to Miz.  We all know why: Because The Miz is right.  This is no longer The Rock’s show.  Sure, at one point, The Rock was the biggest star in the WWE, then John Cena, but let’s face facts: John Cena’s days are numbered, and the Rock’s are over.  What everyone needs to realize is that Miz is the biggest star in the WWE.  He is the reason those people are there tonight (he’s the reason I went!).  He is the one the talk shows want, he is the face of this company, and best of all, he is the most must-see WWE Champion in the history of this company!  Do you see a trend?  It’s all about The Miz.  It always has been, it always will be, about him.  Speaking of him, everybody’s been asking him about becoming WWE Tag Team Champions with John Cena.  Let the records show that he won the WWE Tag Team Championships, and John Cena lost them, which was exactly what he wanted to happen.  This is Miz’s show, he’s in the driver’s seat, and he controls what happens around there.  So, when John Cena’s worrying about the Rock and doing his raps, he should be worried about The Miz, the WWE Champion.  But, if The Rock and Cena want to go back and forth, so be it.  The Miz will beat John Cena at Wrestlemania, and on that very same night, he will beat the Rock.  Did you hear him correctly?  He will beat John Cena at Wrestlemania, and on the very same night, he will beat the Rock.  And then no one will ever mention them again, because the only person anyone will be talking about will be him as the greatest Superstar of all time.

    Alex Riley tells them to get on their feet and show some respect to the man who, in thirty-four days, will main event Wrestlemania!


    And John Cena comes out.  How appropriate with your timing, Cena.  Oh, and Cena’s entrance without the slide is weird.

    Cena says he has very very very very important news!  He knows, just like everyone, he’s upset, because he can’t listen to another word The Miz says.  Those people shouldn’t have to put up with it, and frankly, Miz doesn’t belong talking.  The Miz isn’t well.  Cena pulls out a folder that says Doctor’s Note.  Cena says he has a doctor’s note that diagnosis the Miz with OCD.  It’s something they could all see.  He’s obsessed with everything.  He’s obsessed with being awesome, but if you reference the medical report, he’s below average.  He’s obsessed with being must-see, but if you reference the medical report, you have to have a microscope to see him.  In his home, he has 2,000 cats, blue dockers, blue khakis, saves his dog’s poop bags, and pees in milk jugs.  Ew.  And that’s only the half of it.  Alex says that Cena’s too funny.  Riley just realized why someone nicknamed toilets ‘Johns’, because everything Cena says is crap.  Even Cole agrees that was weak, and that’s sad.

    Cena asks if Miz ever wondered why no one’s taking him seriously as the WWE Champion.  Cena says that was awful, and it’s actually a pretty sad story.  Look at Riley, he’s looking at them right now, sucking in air like a dying fish.  You know what, you wanna be a champion, you wanna leave a legacy, Miz needs to start doing it by himself.  With all these accomplishments, do you really wanna look back and realize that he shared his legacy with another man?  Cena then tells him not to answer that.  Miz wants to be must-see, talked about, let’s do something about it tonight!  Right here, right now, fire Alex Riley, so at Wrestlemania it can be The Miz vs John Cena!  Miz asks if Cena is scared of A-Ry, or is he trying to play mind games?  Unlike Cena, Miz is mentoring the next generation of Superstars, and he’s secure with his position, so he’s sharing his genius in the WWE, instead of hocking merchandise or trying to decide what jorts to wear.  Cena says that maybe his announcement could be that Miz and Riley are co-champions, moving in together, and basically being gay.  Cena says that Miz may be training Riley how to be a loser, but Cena’s going to train Miz on how to be a man.  Tonight, Cena wants a match with Riley.  If Cena wins, Riley is fired.  Miz and Riley talk about it for a minute, and then Miz says that he accepts.  Cena says that’s shocking, but Miz adds a stipulation: He gives his word that Miz will not interfere, but if Riley wins, he wants Cena to publicly admit that Miz is the greatest superstar of all time, because he’s the Miz and he’s awesome!  Cena asks if he’s been to outer space.  He’s been fired, a slave, water thrown at him, called Barney turd, called Fruity Pebbles, he’ll do it.

    Cole’s back on the email.

    “No offense to Miz or his word, but to insure there is no outside interference tonight, John Cena vs Alex Riley will take place inside a steel cage.  John, the only way to win this match tonight is to escape the cage.”


    @justinruff When will we stop using homosexuality as a negative? #Raw #WWE


    @FrankWWEClown That is one detailed doctor’s note. I need to find me that doctor, I think I may have a few screws loose. #WWE #RAW

    @KeepItFiveStar I think in honor of the Fruity Pebbles joke, John Cena should slide down a Dinosaur then go to the ring in a Flintstones car for WM27.

    @HitTheRopes @MikeTheMiz trying to channel his inner @IamJericho by beating two of the biggest superstars in wrestling on the same night.

    @CMPunkSays That suit is AWWWWWWESOME. #BeMiz #WWE

    @KeepItFiveStar Miz, suited up. Looking sharp as usual. Rock and Cena are getting all the praise. Show em what you can do, champ!

    @N_er_d hahhaha The Rock vs Cena is funny. The Rock vs Miz would be more entertaining. I see Jericho’s mic skills in the Miz #WWE #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    @Whovian_23 You know Cole I’m pretty sure that a good broadcast journalist is meant to be unbiased and…. oh never mind. #WWE #RAW #BWF

    Shawn Michaels is going to talk later!!  And it’s a Diva’s Battle Royal with Eve on ringside.

    Diva’s Battle Royal – Winner will face Eve Torres for the Diva’s Championship

    Bella One’s first to be eliminated, then Alicia Fox, then Tamina, Natalya and Melina, Maryse, then a Bella, then the other Bella twin tries to help her sister, and Gail is eliminated.  Eve gets in the ring and tries to tell the ref what happened, and the Bellas double team Eve.

    Bella… Whichever wins.

    Up next, The Rock will respond to John Cena’s rap on him from last week!


    @kickoutblog I couldn’t type a sentence before we got to the final three divas in this battle royal.

    @KeepItFiveStar ….Welp. At least we know the WWE is ready for Women’s History Month.

    @JRosz78 Really we are fuckin pushin Eve(tranny) and the Bellas? Well now the diva division really is dead! #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    @Whovian_23 Why doesn’t the GM just order the Bella’s to wear different clothes during matches? #WWE #RAW #BWF

    <VIDEO PACKAGE: Last week, John Cena raps on The Rock in response to his comment two weeks ago!>

    Live!… via satellite, it’s The Rock!

    Rock has on one of Cena’s hats, and mocks the rap style with the childish voice “you can’t see me”.  He says:

    The Rock is rappin
    He’s gone soft
    So now he needs
    To take this crap off.

    Finally, The Rock has come back to Monday Night RAW (via satellite).  Wait, The Rock is the champion of the People, the energy of the People, and the Rock is electrifying every inch of the 14,000 strong in the HSBC Arena, which can only mean one thing: Finally, the Rock has come back to Buffalo (via satellite).  And it’s that electricity that’s in the air right now, you can cut it with a knife, makes every woman with a beating heart stop and say ‘Damn, I want a piece of the Rock.’, every man with a bit of testosterone that says ‘Damn, let’s whip some candy asses.’, and they’ve got the attention of John Cena.  So let Rock get this straight…?  He makes his historic return to RAW, electrify the world, speak from the heart to the people, and said exactly how he felt about John Cena.  He came back to RAW, kicked down the door, and addressed him like a man, and what does Cena do in response: Raps to Rock?  He raps… to Rock?  He addresses Rock in the form of rap.  Well, of course Cena did, cause that’s how the guy in the purple shirt responds with his dog tag chain and jean shorts.  He thought it was funny, it was real funny.  Let Rock remind Cena and the world how this whole thing started: It started with Cena publicly running his mouth about Rock, calling him a liar when he says he loves the WWE.  Cena said don’t jerk him or the fans around by saying he loves this business and not coming back.  By saying that, Cena insulted him and his family.  Rock’s love for the WWE is endless.  He grew up in the WWE, born in the WWE, his blood is the WWE.  His grandfather, the late great High Chief, his father former WWE Tag Team Champion Rocky Johnson, both Hall of Famers, who he inducted.  He is standing in his house, this is his collection of WWE Championship titles that he proudly displays.  He didn’t show love?  Because he accomplished his goals and wanted to achieve more?  Rock knew that if he made it in Hollywood, outside of the WWE, that meant one important thing, that he just opened the door, held open the door for the WWE and locker room, and he helped opened the door for Cena.  Paved the way for him.  And what does Cena do?  Publicly insult and knock the People’s Champion.  Well, Cena, no, there are consequences, he’s going to pay for running his mouth.  He’s just made an open plea to bring it, and trust him, like no one else on this planet, brings it like the Rock.  Now, he has just opened the door himself, and on the other side, staring right back at him is the Rock.  Sorry guys, it’s a lot of stuff to type as he says it.  The Rock is hosting Wrestlemania, but more importantly, he’ll be addressing Cena sooner than he thinks.  The Rock electrifies all over the world, his spirit is everywhere, and it’s in that spirit and that electricity that allows the People’s Champ to electrify Buffalo, just… like… that.  Buffalo, get ready, cause in a few seconds, you will feel the electricity, because when the Rock addresses Cena, the Rock is never alone, and the Rock means never alone… The Rock is with the millions and millions, bringing it to Wrestlemania and the world.  Cena, the Rock ain’t no rapper, and clearly neither are you, but open your ears and shut your mouth, and listen to this very special gift from Rock to Cena: The Rock is back to scratch a major itch, so enjoy your Fruity Pebbles, you Yabba Dabba Bitch.  And Cena will smell what the Rock is cookin.

    Great big wall of text.  I’m sorry, he talks a lot… If I missed stuff, it’s because of all that talking.  I do my best, but I’m not that damn good. Hahaha… Anyway.

    Coming up, John Cena vs Alex Riley in a steel cage match, but Shawn Michaels is coming up next!


    @HitTheRopes The Rock opened the door for Cena to star in The Tooth Fairy 2: The Whole Tooth

    @KeepItFiveStar “Wait wait wait…so YOU’RE responsible for The Marine and The Chaperon? FUCK YOU, ROCK!” – @lekeithlewis

    @KeepItFiveStar Man, The Rock really hates rap. I hope he shoots on R-Truth next. That guy’s always “rapping”

    @kickoutblog Uh Rock… you’re at home, not in Buffalo

    @Niki_Sushi Rock, diss John Cena all you want, but you’re lining his pockets. #justfyi #raw #raw

    @WWE_Creative Finally, @TheRock has come back…to his living room. #RAWTonight

    In his living room, Shawn says that he was happy that Taker may get his and Triple H may end the streak, but he’s a little upset that he couldn’t get the job done.  Obviously, Shawn has a history with both of them, and he’s been in the ring with both of them.  Having been inside the ring with Taker, you almost find yourself at war with a legacy instead of a man.  It’s a huge, huge mountain to climb.  He doesn’t know another way to describe it.

    Shawn says there’s a part of Triple H that can be extremely vicious.  Every time Shawn’s ever been in the ring with Triple H, he hasn’t seen a hint of compassion, and he’s one of Triple H’s best friends in the world.  Shawn thinks that if there’s anyone who could beat Taker at Wrestlemania, it’s Triple H, and no words do justice to it.  There’s a history inside them that so few ever touch.  Triple H is his buddy, but Shawn can’t say how he’s going to feel when and if Triple H beats the Streak.

    United States Champion Daniel Bryan vs

    Before Daniel Bryan can get all the way down to the ring, The Miz comes down and attacks him, throwing him into the barrier before delivering a hard kick to what looked like the side of his head.  Miz continues to assault Bryan before putting his foot all over Bryan’s face and standing on Bryan’s face.  Miz then kicks him in the head again.  My bad, it’s just the steel part, not the padded barrier.  Miz stands behind Bryan and gets him up before hitting the Skull Crushing Finale on Bryan on the floor.

    And that’s what Bryan gets for not defending the United States Championship on the air recently. … I’m just sayin.

    Miz takes the mic and says that just so everyone knows, he did that because he can.  Welcome to The Miz Show.  He’s done waiting.  Lower the cage, and start the match.

    I love the steel cage-lowering music, by the way.  That creepy feeling tone makes me mark out every single time.


    @seraphalexiel I love how Daniel’s opponent just decided to chill in the back, not even come out

    @CMPunkSays That kid who just yelled at The Miz should never open his stupid mouth ever again. #WWE #KidsAreDumb

    @thinksojoe I could’ve stayed home and watched TV. Boo Rock, and boo HBK. #BWF

    @Niki_Sushi I know who I’m rooting for! 18-1! 18-1! #Bwf #raw #endthestreak

    @CMPunkSays I applaud Shawn Michaels for realizing that the word “epic” is essentially meaningless now. #WWE

    @KeepItFiveStar LOL the replay of Daniel Bryan getting attacked and the way his music cut was funny. It made a “WOMP WOMP” sound.

    @TKeep123 Daniel Bryan’s head did bounce nicely off he floor… #WWE #RAW #BWF #MNBW

    @legendkiller515 oh so now he can do things because he can? what the hell? #wwe #raw #bwf

    WWE Champion The Miz joins Cole and Matthews ringside for this match.  He says that the attack on Daniel Bryan was a message to The Rock and to John Cena.

    Alex Riley vs John Cena in a Steel Cage Match – If Riley loses, he is fired. If Cena loses, he must admit that The Miz is awesome.


    Oh, and there’s no pin-fall or submission.  They must escape the cage to win.

    Riley goes to leave right away, but Cena pulls him down and hits him.  Cena bounces Riley’s head off the turnbuckle, and then slaps him in the chest.  Cena suplexes Riley to the ring floor, and kicks him in the kidney.  Cena punches him, knees him, and hurls him back down to the ground.  Cena goes to leave, but Miz runs over and holds the door closed.  Riley knees Cena and Miz slams the door on him.  Riley pounds away on Cena and hurls him into the cage.  Matthews brings up that Miz said he wouldn’t get involved, and Miz says that he wouldn’t say anything.  Miz tells Riley to bring Cena over there, and Miz takes a picture.  I’m seriously amused.  Riley throws Cena into the cage, but Cena stops and throws Riley into the cage.  Miz slips something (a phone) into the cage and then Riley slams it into Cena’s face and crawls to the door, reaching out.  Cena grabs Riley’s feet, and Miz grabs his arms, and the two of them tug Riley in opposite directions, but Cena gets Riley in.  Cena locks in the STF, and Riley taps, but it doesn’t matter.  Miz finally tells Cole to shut up, and Riley doesn’t move.  Cena climbs toward the top of the cage, and Miz grabs a chair, waiting for Cena to climb down low enough for Cena to get hit.  Cena stands down and watches him in the ring, going for the other side, but Miz smacks the cage with the chair, following him.  Riley is up, and puts Cena on his shoulders before just dropping backwards.

    Here is the Miz tweet, by the way:

    @mikethemiz I’m so awesome.

    But he tweeted again!

    @mikethemiz Say cheese.


    @KeepItFiveStar A twitpic during a match! @mikethemiz THAT’S awesome!

    @kickoutblog Okay, The Miz tweeting John Cena’s agony is the greatest thing ever.

    @KeepItFiveStar The Miz is tweeting during commentary! That was my gimmick for Melina! Worst Upcoming Women’s History Month EVER! #WomensHistoryMonth

    We come back to Riley dropping Cena.  Riley punches Cena in the head and tries for a missile drop kick, but Cena holds onto the ropes.  Riley misses a clothesline and Cena drops him onto his back.  He hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle (and Miz tells Cole to shut up again), before Cena pulls Riley up for the Attitude Adjustment, but Riley grabs onto the cage and tries to climb, only to be followed by Cena.  Cena gets his head beat against the cage, and Riley climbs up to the top.  He’s on the very top, and Cena gets up with him, straddling the top to try to get Riley back into the ring.  They are both at the very top of the cage, and Cena punches Riley in the head, only for Riley to fall just inside the cage, on the top rope.  They are both on the top rope again, and Cena bulldogs Riley off the top rope.  Cena gets Riley up and hits the Attitude Adjustment.  Cena picks up the phone and messes with it before taking a picture of Alex Riley now.  He then walks to the cage door, and Miz pushes it closed.  Cena and Miz push against the door, before Cena pushes it open and gets out.

    John Cena wins.

    Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale right after the match, and Miz seems perfectly fine with the fact that Alex Riley just lost.  They play a replay, and it does look like The Miz let the door go so that Cena could fall out of the ring…

    There’s the show!  And… I’ll be back next week, when Stone Cold Steve Austin returns!

  3. It’s All New, Except For The Content


    Hello there. Your big name player in the BWF has a brand new piece coming to here, and to our sister site, VinceRussoWatchesHisBeardGrow.com, but I need your help out there. What it is, is that I will be going back to the good ol’ days of ‘rasslin, with a review of an event from the past, whether it be a PPV, an episode of RAW is WAR, a special UK event, even an independent event, If I have it, I’ll review it.

    This will also be a fan interaction piece, with you the reader, deciding which event I review. Your choices for the first review are:

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    Most votes win, so get to voting.

  4. What Shawn Michaels meant to me…


    I write this, just  minutes after watching Shawn Michaels’ last match in a wrestling ring. With a defeat to the Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVI, Shawn Michaels’ career ended after 25 years.

    Shawn Michaels was THE guy for me. Not Hulk Hogan. Not Ric Flair. Not even Steve Austin. But Shawn Michaels. He was that one guy growing up, that I knew would be my favourite, and that every time I heard ‘Sexy Boy’, I knew something fun and exciting was about to happen. Whether he was with Diesel, or D-Generation X. I was always entertained, and amazed, by HBK.

    My…worship, of Shawn Michaels didnt just resort to the television. There were two video games in particular. WWF Steel Cage Challenge for the SEGA Master System, and WWF Royal Rumble for the Genesis. I don’t know how many times Shawn Michaels won the WWF Championship on these games, and it didn’t matter who else was on them, I was always the one character.

    Everyone has that one person in the world that they idolize, that they worship. Whether it’s a family member, or a sportsman, or maybe someone in your favored profession? For me, besides family. There is only one idol. Shawn Michaels in my eyes, was someone who could do no wrong, even when he was the baddest. There was nothing he couldn’t do, in and out of the ring. He was brash, cocky, always so confident in his own ability, that he didnt even think of how good the other person was. In DX, he was cool. With Triple H, D-Generation X single-handedly fueled my love for the wrestling business. Partly for their attitude and behaviour towards everyone, but mostly, because Shawn Michaels was involved.

    To this day, I still get giddy inside, whenever I see Shawn Michaels, or hear that ‘Sexy Boy’ theme. To watch his last match in 1998, before taking four years off. To that speech in 1997 about losing his smile. With all the returns and great moments that Shawn Michaels has had, nothing… nothing, has given me the same feeling that the end of WrestleMania XXVI gave me. I found it hard to move, hard to type, hard to do anything. It was like Pittsburgh fans watching Mario Lemieux’s last game, or Chicago Bulls fans watching Michael Jordan sink that final shot. You hoped it would never end, and when it did, you just didn’t know how to react. That’s how I felt about Shawn Michaels.

    In my opinion, he will always be the greatest performer, and the greatest superstar in the history of wrestling. There will be no-one, who comes close to Shawn Michaels. There will be no-one, who comes close to winning me over, and making me a fan for life. The business may not be the same as it was, but I will always the great matches, and memories, that Shawn Michaels gave me. Thank You Shawn. You made this little wrestling fan who he is today.

  5. The War On… Monday Night RAW

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    Tune in at the top of the hour for live coverage of Monday Night RAW, with guest host, Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart.

    We begin with a promo for Bret Hart, ending with the comments made between Vince and Shawn last week, in which ‘only good things will happen’.

    Enter the Hitman… to new music. It sounds the same, but it’s got more of a rock feel to it.

    “I guess Hell’s frozen over” – Bret Hart

    The Hitman talks about why he has came back, and thanks the fans for still supporting him. He flashbacks to his past, and then gets right down to the nitty gritty. Bret Hart calls out Shawn Michaels.

    Enter the Michaels.

    Hart wants a truce between himself and HBK. Shawn decides to let rip on the Hitman, stating that he deserved what he got that night, and that he did have a part in the actions of that fateful night in Montreal. Shawn says that there are parts of him that doesn’t want to forgive him. He then goes on to say, that whenever he thinks of Bret Hart, he doesn’t think of Montreal, he thinks of Anaheim, California, and the 60-minute Iron match (his words, not mine).  Michaels agrees with Bret, that he wants to bury the hatchet.

    Hart says that Michaels wasn’t the easiest man to get along with, but says that now, he doesn’t want either career to be remembered for that night. Bret offers his hand, Shawn shakes it, and the truce is made. They finish with a hug, and that moment right there, is a moment I will never forget.

    However, Bret’s not done. Hart calls out… Vince McMahon!! However, Vince doesn’t show.


    Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston

    D-Generation X (c) vs. JeriShow – Unified Tag Team Championships

    We’ll be right back.

    We return to find Josh Matthews outside Vince’s office. Apparently, Vince was in a meeting and didn’t hear the Hitman call him out.

    Cole and King tells us that Melina was injured in a House Show recently, and thus has been stripped of whatever title she holds. An 8-Diva tournament will be held to determine the new Champion.

    TOURNAMENT MATCH#1: Maryse vs. Brie Bella w/Nikki Bella

    Oh look, a divas match, watch me not care.

    The Twins switched, but that didn’t help.

    YOUR WINNER: Maryse

    Enter the Miz… and he has music. It says he’s awesome. He says that if Maryse wins, he might just call her back. Miz disagrees with 2010 being the year of Maryse, and says it’s the year of the Miz.


    #1 Contender Match: United States Championship

    MVP vs. Jack Swagger vs. Carlito vs. Mark Henry

    Don’t get suckered in by iMPACT!. join me after the break…

    We return, already in action, and we are shown that Mark Henry was taken out of the matchup for now. Swagger with a PowerSlam-type move on Carlito for a near fall. Swagger then tries for a pin on MVP for another near fall. Swagger nails Carlito in the corner, as MVP gets out of the way. Henry is back in the ring, and starts cleaning house. Carlito is used as a weapon, before being put in a Bearhug. The All-American American American American breaks up the Bearhug, but receives a Torture Rack for his troubles. They take Henry out again, and MVP nails the Playmaker on Swagger for the win.

    YOUR WINNER and #1 Contender: MVP

    Jericho and Show are talking backstage. If Jericho loses tonight, then he’s off RAW. But the Ayatollah of Rock-N-Rollah has a plan, and he’s off to see the Hitman, the Wonderful Hitman of RAW.

    Another break.. Y’all come back now.

    We return to find out, that Fozzy’s new song “Martyr No More” is the offical song of the Royal Rumble!! Yieewwww

    In the Hitman’s Office, enter the Jericho. He suggests Bret be the Guest Referee for the tag title match, so that Bret can screw Michaels. The Hitman doesn’t want to do another Montreal, Jericho thinks it’s an act.

    Hornswoggle and Triple H are flogging off the new Mattel line of WWE toys. Hornswoggle wants to play, and Trips says no, until they retain the titles. Shawn enters and asks why Hunter treats Hornswoggle like a little boy, when he has a beard. Helmsley then brings in his Jericho impersonator (Santino Marella) , and sicks Hornswoggle onto him.

    Hornswoggle, is now Triple H’s lap dog. Literally.

    The Tag Titles are on the line, NEXT!!

    Last week, over 2 million females watched RAW. Woop de fucking do.

    MATCH #3: Unified Tag Team Championship

    D-Generation X (c) vs. Chris Jericho and the Big Show

    DX go for the advantage early, but Big Show ends up double suplexing both members.

    A commercial follows.

    Back from the break, and the challengers are in total control. Jericho just mocked a certain Hulk Hogan in the ring. Gee, I wonder why? Triple H with the Spinebuster! Both men down.

    HBK trying to get Big Show down, and finally succeeds, before heading up top, and getting knocked down by Jericho. Hornswoggle gets involved as well, but it only leads to two. Michaels looks for Sweet Chin Music, but Shwo counters into a Chokeslam! Big Show looks for the cover, but Michaels kicks out. Jericho looks for the Walls, but HBK gets the tag to Triple H. A pedigree to Jericho, but Show breaks it up.

    Big Show and Michaels out of the ring, and Jericho tries to steal the win, but only gets two. Y2J then hits the CodeBreaker!. but both men are down. Jericho finally goes the cover, but HBK breaks it up. Hronswoggle looks for Sweet Chin on Jericho, but he is knocked down. Jericho looks for the Walls on the Game, but HBK nails Sweet Chin Music, and Trips gets the fall.

    YOUR WINNERS: D-Generation X

    Stop. Commercial Time.

    We return to see Chris Jericho leaving RAW, as per the pre-match stipulation.

    Someone’s knocking on Vinnie Mac’s door, and it’s Randall. He has a business proposal for Vince. He wants to kick Bret’s head off, in exchange for the #30 spot in the Rumble. But Vince has his own security, and tells Randy to bugger off. Enter the Legacy. DiBiase and Rhodes want to repay the favour, from last week, by sitting ringside during Orton’s match with Kofi Kingston. Oh, and if Randy doesn’t win, they’re gonna throw him outta Legacy!

    Find out (maybe), after the break!

    TNA Genesis just got advertised during a RAW commercial. Somebody’s getting fired.

    Next Week’s Guest Host… ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson!

    Recap of last week’s title match between John Cena and Sheamus.

    Enter the Sheamus.  He says he’s the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. Does he not remember who the Guest Host is? Anyways, enter the… Bourne?

    He wants a title shot, and thinks he can beat the Champion? HA! Sheamus calls him Little Evan Bourne, and asks for a referee.

    If Bourne can beat Sheamus, then Evan Bourne gets a WWE Title shot at the Rumble? WTF?

    MATCH #4: Sheamus vs. Evan Bourne

    This match is impromptu, and if Bourne wins, he gets Sheamus at the Rumble for the title. You gotta be f**king kidding me right?

    Even though Evan hits his ‘Air Bourne’, it doesn’t take long for Sheamus to win.

    YOUR WINNER: Sheamus.

    Sorry Evan, no title shot for you.

    Cole and King, then talk about the life of ‘Dr. Death’ Steve Williams, who passed away after a long battle with throat cancer. He will be missed.

    I’ll be right back.

    Return to the misery, in which this is the first RAW I’ve watched in five months. No kidding. A Bret Hart promo video plays, showing the build-up, and the aftermath of the Survivor Series of 1997.

    Kofi comes to the ring for his match, as it’s now…

    Commercial time!

    RAW was watched more than ABC, CW, NBC and FOX last week. Why do I have trouble believing that?

    MATCH #5: Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton

    Kofi in control early, clotheslining Randy over the top, then jumping over the ropes, and nailing Orton on the outside. Randall tries figbhting back, with a DDT in the ring, but that doesn’t work, and Kingston sends him to the outside again. Guess what’s next? Yep, you guessed it.


    We return to find Randy Orton applying the patented Indiana Jones and the Chinlock of Doom! This leads to the momentum being in Randy’s favour. Back to the Chinlock of Doom!, but Kofi gets out of it, and both men are down. Kofi Kingston in control now, as the crowd doesn’t really care much for Kofi. Kingston nails Randall with a cross boyd, but it only brings him two. Kofi counters the RKO, into a fancy looking move, for another near fall.

    Kingston looks to finish it with Trouble In Paradise, but Orton counters it into the RKO, and the three count.

    YOUR WINNER: Randy Orton

    Vince is going to the ring, tune in for it, NEXT!


    Enter McMahon…I have a feeling, this is going to be HUGE!

    Vince is trying to get the focus off of Montreal, however, it doesn’t take long for the Hitman to arrive. McMahon seems scared of Bret, as he brings back memories of the past between the two. Vince is trying to kiss Bret’s ass, in order to not get dropped.

    Did he just say “I want to bring up your dead”? Anyways, Vince brings a nice gesture, by wanting to put Stu Hart in the WWE Hall Of Fame. Bret accepts, nice touch.

    McMahon now thanks Bret for everything he did during his time in the company. Hart shakes McMahon’s hand, and the two stand, arms raised, in the middle of the ring, and just when it looks like things end on a good note, Vinnie Mac gives Bret the ol’ Low Blow, and leaves the ring.  Bret stands annoyed in the ring, and that’s all she wrote.

    For those who watched that other wrestling show tonight, you sure as hell missed something tonight. Tonight wasn’t about the action. It was about Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon. Hart and Michaels buried the hatchet, and Vince just couldn’t bury it. The Road to WrestleMania begins. Bret Hart vs. Vince McMahon in Phoenix.

    That’s it for RAW! This has been the one they call ‘Legend Killer’.

  6. The War On… The Festive Season

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    Welcome to the War for this special occasion. Your Legend Killer is declaring war on the festive season. That means Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, plus any other celebration you can come up with for this holiday season.

    First of all, I’m writing this on three hours sleep after pre-christmas drinks, so I’m as tired as tired can be.

    The WWE boycott is running loud and proud at about five months. In all honesty, I have completely lost track of how long I haven’t watched. All I know is that the last thing I watched, was Shaq guest hosting RAW. That’s how long ago it’s been since I last watched, and to be honest, I don’t miss it. Now that I am in the process of receiving every WWF RAW and SmackDown! from 1998 and 1999. Oh, The good ol’ days.

    Christmas is too expensive. Especially when buying presents for yourself.

    If you want to buy me something for christmas, give me money. Money is always a wanted christmas present in my books.

    D-Generation X. Destroying their legacy one stupid unfunny skit at a time. Remember when they made christmas time fun? Here’s the longer, but censored version. Censored, because they are soft.

    Instead, we get stuff like this

    Anyways, a short, but sweet War on Christmas, is proudly brought to you by a rather tired Legend Killer. That means, I’m ending this way too early. No time to talk about Hulk Hogan signing with TNA. No time to talk about Bret Hart signing with WWE. No time to talk about Tommy Dreamer’s departure from ECW. Just no time for that. Blame pre-Christmas drinks, and my ability to not sleep during any decent drinking session.

    However, this is time to give you, last second advice, on what to buy the rest of the BWF staff. No screwjobs here, folks. Although, the aftermath of one can be seen here, here aaaaaaaaand … … … … here.

    A tip for Drow. I wouldn’t just give her the tip, I’d give her the whole damn thing.

    For Joe. Beard trimmers.

    For JT. A cardboard cut-out of Velvet Sky.

    For tharvey1. A capital ‘T’ for his name.

    For Jason. A friend to watch ECW with.

    For everyone else, there’s MasterCard.

    From myself, and the rest of the crew that help me in my war, I’d like to wish all of you the best this holiday season, and hope that you all get coal, or doggy doo, or stuff of that nature in your presents. Tune in next week for the special New Year’s edition. The only place to start your New Year’s party, is right here at BoredWrestlingFan.com… oh, except that other place… you know the one.

  7. The War On Everything


    Welcome to the War for another week.

    We start proceedings with the happenings of the WWE’s latest Pay-Per-View extravaganza, Breaking Point. The event was held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the home of the infamous screwjob at the 1997 Survivor Series, and this same event, included it’s own screwjob. CM Punk, the World Heavyweight Champion, controversially retained the title, after his opponent, the Undertaker had his win taken off him, due to an ‘illegal submission hold’. Smackdown! General Manager, Teddy Long, used an old rule implemented by Vickie Guerrero, and banned Undertaker’s Devil’s Triangle. The same move used to make CM Punk submit at Breaking Point. Using this technicality so to speak, means it gives Punk a chance to beat the Undertaker in a submission match, and it builds onto the next PPV, Hell In A Cell.

    Jeff Hardy was arrested for drug possession. No wonder he wanted to leave the WWE.

    Linda McMahon has resigned from the WWE, to concentrate on running to become a Senator in her home state of Conneticut. Good for her. I hope things work out well for her.

    Random Clip of the Week: Sonic the Hedgehog’s lessons: #256 Masturbation

    Onto TNA news, and TNA have announced the firings of BG James, and Jim Cornette. This is a bad move. Cornette is a mastermind when it comes to wrestling, and with BG James gone, this allows him to come back and be the third member in D-Generation X, which is just what we need.

    No Surrender is this weekend, and Kurt Angle defends the TNA Heavyweight Championship against Matt Morgan, Sting and AJ Styles. My predictions will come later in the week, and I suggest that the rest of the BWF staff follow suit.

    Song of the Week: From the album ‘Hulk Rules’ by the Wrestling Boot Travelling Band, it’s Track 4 from that album. I strangely enjoy this song.

    Onto other news of the week.

    South African athlete Caster Semenya, has been revealed to have both male and female sexual organs, making her a hermaphrodite. South African officals are unsure as to whether he/she is allowed to keep her 800m World Championships Gold Medal.

    Kanye West has taken over John Edward as the biggest douche in the universe, after his stunt at the VMAs this past week.

    I thought Jay Leno left the Tonight Show? Explain to me how his new show is different, except for the timeslot.

    Both of my Yahoo Fantasy! NFL teams won this week. Cheer the mighty D-Crippilation X to victory!

    Patrick Swayze passed away at age 57, after his 20 month battle with pancreatic cancer. Some people say he was a sex symbol at his age before his death. I say he was in Roadhouse, and cleaned house with Terry Funk. RIP.

    Osama Bin Laden has a crush on Whitney Houston. According to one of his ‘sex slaves’, Osama would talk about Whitney all the time. Whitney responded in this manner. Then Tyra had to have her say. Finally, Danny Noriega had this to say.

    That’s all for this week. Tune into BWF programming later in the week.

  8. The War On Everything

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    Welcome to the War for another week.

    Fresh off my coverage of the 22nd SummerSlam, I’ve saved this time to recap the event.

    The PPV as a whole was between average and good. I enjoyed what I saw of the first match between Mysterio and Ziggler, and all bar the ending of the TLC match for the World Heavyweight Championship, but other than that, I personally wasnt excited, even with the 16th return of D-Generation X.

    I made up for the average 2009 version, by watching the 1998 edition of SummerSlam. Watching Jeff Jarrett get his hair cut by X-Pac and one-night only DX member, Howard Finkel, to Mankind defending the Tag Team titles unsuccessfully by himself against the New Age Outlaws to the Ladder match between Triple H and the Rock, and Stone Cold defeating the Undertaker for the WWF Championship.

    Speaking of the WWE, I have decided to boycott all WWE programming until furhter notice, due to the sheer rubbish that it brings up every week. I will determine a return time in the future, but until then, I will not watch RAW, ECW or SmackDown!

    Moving to the other side of the tracks so to speak, and this week on TNA’s iMPACT broadcast, history will be made. TNA President, Dixie Carter, will make her first appearance on the broadcast, and will make an announcement involving Bobby Lashley. Looks like another interesting iMPACT on the way (even though I already know what happens, thanks to the creator of these here parts).

    Moving into the sporting world now, and former New York Giants Wide receiver Plaxico Burress was sentenced to two years prison for shooting himself pretty much. There goes him signing for the Eagles this year.

    Brett Favre flunked in his first pre-season game wearing the Purple of the Minnesota Vikings. He went 1-4 with just 4 yards, in 2 sets of plays. First, the now fourth-string QB, John David Booty, gives his #4 to Favre, then Favre has 4 pass attempts, and gets 4 yards. I sense a pattern. The weird thing about all this? Brett Favre’s favourite number is 7.

    For those who haven’t heard of Caster Semenya, well arent you in for a surprise. Semanya, won the Women’s 800m race at the IAAF Athletics Championships recently. However, she could be stripped of the Gold medal, as officals aren’t sure if 18 year old is infact, a female. Here’s a picture of her. I’ll let the BWF readers decide for themselves. Here’s more information on the story. If you still aren’t unsure, if you unjumble the letters of her full name ‘Caster Semenya’ you get ‘Yes, A secret man’. I think we just found JT’s latest girl.

    RIP Sen. Ted Kennedy. He passed away Tuesday after a long battle with Brain cancer.

    I’m looking to picking up the new Rise and Fall of WCW dvd. I hear good things.

    That’s all for the War for another week. It looks like I’m recapping ECW again this week, as well as SmackDown! from last week. Unless of course, someone else picks up the slack. If they don’t, then they’ll be there by the end of the week.

    Stay tuned to BWF throughout the week for your wrestling fix.

  9. The War On … SummerSlam predictions

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    Welcome to the War for a special occasion.

    It’s amazing really, I barely talked about the SummerSlam Pay-Per-View LIVE in about … 14 hours time, which means … it’s prediction time.

    MVP vs. Jack Swagger

    The man I call Dusty Rhodes gets the win. Listen to Swagger speak, then you’ll know.

    Kane vs. the Great Khali

    I can’t stand Khali, so I hope Kane wins. Then again, Kane needs the mask.

    Unified Tag Team Championship:  JeriShow (c) vs. Cryme Time

    If Cryme Tyme win, then it will be a joke. Jericho and Show with the victory.

    ECW Championship:  Christian (c) vs. William Regal

    William Regal. Sure, it will technically count as a Major Championship reign, but having he, Kozlov and Zeke as a stable on ECW, could be a really good thing. Especially, with the leader with the belt.

    Intercontinental Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler

    I can’t stand Rey. I couldn’t stand him as a Filthy Animal, and I can’t stand him now. Give Ziggler the win, even though he was a stupid name.

    Legacy vs. D-Generation X

    Legacy should win, however they won’t. DX pickup the win.

    WWE Championship:  Randy Orton (c) vs John Cena

    Orton should retain. I hope the snipers come and shoot Cena.

    World Heavyweight Championship: TLC: Jeff Hardy (c) vs CM Punk

    Considering Hardy is leaving either at SummerSlam, or the week after. Punk will win. Punk should win. Vampiro doesn’t deserve it.

    There you go, that’s who will win. I will be watching if I am awake. If the PPV is not up to scratch, then I wont be watching Floyd Mayweather Guest Host RAW.

  10. The War On Everything


    Welcome to the War for another week.

    First off, let’s discuss the happenings of Monday Night RAW this week from Calgary. Alberta, Canada. Hall of Famer, Sgt. Slaughter was the guest host and did nothing but annoy and piss off the Canadian fans all night. I didnt mind this, as the Sarge lapped up playing bad guy host.

    Good to finally see the Woggle get what he deserved, at the hands of Legacy. The sad thing is, Legacy then went on and challenged the reformed D-Generation X at SummerSlam. Nice to see you booking yourself to lose guys!

    The crowd gave rather unique remarks to Chris Masters during his match. Chants of ‘Roid Rage’, among other comments were chanted by the Canadians. Does the Masterpiece really deserve this?

    It’s nice to see that after he leaves TNA, his finishing move is used by the Calgary Kid on RAW.

    I still don’t watch ECW.

    What did Teddy Long do exactly to end up on probation?

    One wonders if John Morrison will be World Champion by the end of the year, seeing as many sources will say that Jeff Hardy will take time off later this year?

    Moving onto the other side of the tracks now, and TNA thought it would be best to have a massive brawl to take up 15 minutes of their time. What they didnt show however, was BG James Frog Splashing a car.

    Have you heard Ric Flair rap?

    Have you heard Hulk Hogan rap?

    Curt Hennig thinks Rap Is Crap.

    Yet, the Macho Man rapped a rap just for him.

    Twilight star nude! Wait, what’s a Twilight?

    I just thought I’d let you know, that as this particular sentence is written, is it exactly 1:25am on Thursday 13th August. As I write this sentence as the BWF servers crashed when I tried to post the column, it is now 9:43am on Thursday 13th August.

    Random Code Monkeys clip of the week.

    Greatest news article of the week, even though it is an outdated news article.

    Finally tonight, as I’m sorry this column is so short. If the ECW results arent posted in the next say … 16 hours? I will bring them to you. Also, be sure to check out our forums. Sign up and have fun.

    That’s the lot. Stay tuned to BWF throughout the week. I am the one they call ‘Legend Killer’, reminding you to read the latest Vintage Collection review.