Pictures By Me: William Regal (ECW, January 4th, 2010)
As Regal was coming down the aisle, he walked past me with Ezekiel Jackson and I shouted to him, “You’re the man, Regal!” He turned to me with a smirk and said “I know.”
Focal Length: 85mm
CM Punk and Traci Brooks 
Isn’t it weird that Traci wouldn’t have had to change her last name if things worked out for these two?
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper Vs. Cyndi Lauper 
If there’s ever been a more obvious statement made, it’s that in the 1980’s, no man was more universally hated than “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. This video shows a nice, accurate display of exactly why that statement is a blatant truth.
As much as I wish to God I’d thought of it first, it turns out that there’s a documentary film being made about “Rowdy” Roddy Piper known as “Behind The Villain”. Of course, the WWE documentary from 2006 was a hot choice, but when it boils down to it, there’s only so much kayfabe you can break and only so much bullshit you can expose. I feel like the lunatic that is Roddy Piper needs something completely unscripted and unabashed, like the man himself. I’m sincerely looking forward to this.
Click this link and follow the Facebook page. I cannot imagine someone calling themselves a wrestling fan and not being excited about this.
Roddy Piper & The Queen St Band featuring Alan Snoddy - "Off The Top Rope"
This is so fantastic. As a huge fan of Hot Rod, this shit had me in tears. Beautiful fucking video if I’ve ever seen one.
Some stuff on the AAA stars who briefly entered the WWF in early 1997 only to have it all completely mishandled by a company that had no clue what to do with them, and little clue which guys to bring in and feature.
There’s a long-running inside joke between me and my friend Adam about Hector Garza. We were playing the wrestler name game (something you learn when you travel with wrestlers) and Hector Garza kept coming up. Oddly enough, days later, he passed away.
In my rose-tinted eyes, Heyman can do no wrong. He was exciting on commentary before the Invasion began, then it got kind of annoying. I thought a lot of the Invasion storyline was executed poorly. GREAT idea, poor execution. They had two main event WCW guys involved and the entire undercard as a “threat” to the WWE. They must have realized how weak it was because they traded WWE guys over to make the Alliance look worth a shit.
God, so many things could have been sooo much better.
Mongo was a fucking useless addition to the already overloaded WCW roster. The fact that he was in the Four Horseman was incredibly appalling, especially considering that he NEVER ONCE had a match that anyone remembers. Mongo Vs. Goldberg? God, I can only imagine how atrocious that was.
A close friend of Mae’s from Oklahoma reportedly called her earlier today, and although she was too weak to speak, she listened as the friend told her that thousands of people are pulling for her. Mae was able to respond by saying “I know.”
I legitimately teared up when I read this. She knows. She fuckin’ knows how important she is. I hope to God that when I’m on my presumed death bed, that I know that thousands of people care about me.
I’m sincerely not ready for this if and when it actually happens.
A telegram sent from Vince McMahon Sr. to Salvatore Bellomo 
This is so bizarre to me. Imagine getting a telegram from the biggest wrestling promoter in the world. These days, I would shit my pants over a text, let alone a friggin’ telegram.
Christina Von Eerie and Serena Deeb 
Whether as partners or rivals, Havok and Deeb are undoubtedly two of the most talented, dedicated performers in Shimmer, as well as all over the world.
(EDIT: I incorrectly titled this as being Jessicka Havok. I don’t have a clue why I did that considering I follow both ladies.)
Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) Vs. RIkishi Phatu
WWE Raw - March 6th, 2000
Aside from the extreme close-ups of Rikishi’s ass in this video, this is actually a good, fun match between two of the top superstars in the WWE. In my estimation, Triple H stepped into the ring with Rikishi to see if he was as good as the fans believed he was. The WWE Universe took to the rotund Rikishi almost immediately, cheering him on against multiple opponents, including the top bad guy in the business, Triple H.
Last night, on the way to Rockstar Pro, it was myself (Jason Saint), Kyle Maverick, Austin Bradley, and Jerrod Harris. We somehow got on the subject of a match Jerrod had where he didn’t have music, so his theme was “I Love Rock And Roll”. We all had a laugh about it.
Jerrod went on to say that he dug his current theme, “Welcome Home” by Coheed And Cambria. I told him I wasn’t a fan of the band, and that I thought it was funny that he used the NXT theme. He looked at me, all the color drained from his face, and he said “…it’s the NXT theme?” I said “Yeah, dude.” He made a face, crushed his Wendy’s cup, then yelled “FUCK! FUCK! I’M A MARK!” He looked at the cars passing us on the left and waved, yelling “I’m a mark! I’M A MARK!”
The entire car was cackling with laughter. We stopped at a gas station so we could use the bathroom. As Jerrod passed the clerk (which was an elderly lady), he waved and said “Hi. I’m Mark.” Of course, we all laughed again. A few minutes later, we’re back in the car, and Jerrod is calling himself “Marvelous” Mark Monroe.
Once Jerrod started talking normally again, Austin (who was controlling the radio) started blasting “I Love Rock And Roll”. We all laughed, as he would blast it when Jerrod would start talking and that’d cause him to pause. Finally, Austin just let the song play and Jerrod got super quiet while we all laughed. Once the final chorus started playing, Kyle started singing “I Love Mark Monroe!”. That was the hardest I’ve laughed so far this year. Jerrod acted pissed about it, started swinging at us and smacking at our heads before laughing his ass off himself.
Toots Mondt 
You’ve heard the name before, but here’s a photo of the pro wrestling pioneer, mandhandling an opponent by lifting him with one arm.