I try to stray away from as much “y’all ain’t shit” stuff as I can but this was too funny to pass up.
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I always had such a crush on Shelly Martinez, so when she started doing the vampire gimmick in the WWE’s ECW brand, to say I was elated would be a vast understatement. Shelly started incorporating the gimmick into her work at OVW, where she had also been a part of Aron Steven’s menoge a trois gimmick, and a pirate wench with Paul Burchill. Martinez was such a unique lady, who looked fantastic, wrestled well, and could perform with any gimmick.
CZW World Title:
Brodie Lee Vs. Jon Moxley (champion)
CZW Indie Summit - December 3rd, 2011
Before the days when The Shield and The Wyatt Family were teasing a war with each other, Dean Ambrose and Luke Harper had one of CZW’s most intense World Title matches as Jon Moxley and Brodie Lee. This was toward the end of Moxley’s near-one year reign, when he was on an unstoppable streak and it took a maniac like Brodie Lee to push Moxley to an already surpassed limit. Great match between two of the WWE’s hottest current competitors.
I’m calling it: in the long term, Luke Harper is going to have the most success in WWE.
When I was watching Harper vs. Daniel Bryan last night, this move was one of those moments where I had to turn away from my Tumblr dashboard and pay attention. I knew Harper was a strong talent and it’s moments like these that further cement the idea.
I’ve been telling suckers this whole time, if Luke Harper doesn’t get some kind of bullshit release over his look and creative running out of shit for him, he’s gonna be a big player in the company. I got hype as SHIT when I saw that DB was facing him first.
Bobby “The Brain” Heenan says goodbye to Gorilla Monsoon
WCW Nitro - October 11th, 1999
So few words, but such a strong impact. Heenan’s broadcast colleague and best friend passed away on October 6th, 1999, and the following Monday, Heenan says his goodbye.
Mae Young has reportedly been moved into hospice care.
Mae Young is tougher than your favorite badass nasty suplex hero and mine. Mae Young is professional motherfucking wrestling.
— Penny Banner on meeting The Great Mae Young for the first time.
WWE Hall Of Famer Reportedly Hospitalized
WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young has been reportedly this past week and has since been moved into…
The moment we’ve all feared…
It was inevitable but still super bummed to hear about it. She’s the toughest old broad in the world. Hope she can recover quickly.
Does anyone have a Goddamn clue what happened?! Jesus, this is terrifying. Of all people, even though yeah, we knew it was gonna happen sooner or later, I would hate to lose good ol’ Mae.
"You were right."
Speaking of intriguing things that happened on RAW - boy howdy. I haven’t witnessed a moment like this in years in the WWE; I won’t compare it to the Montreal Screwjob, though I think part of the WWE Universe feels like it might be right up there on the Acts of Betrayal Scale.
In case you missed it, Daniel Bryan came to Brad Maddox with a demand: He wanted to get his hands on Bray Wyatt. Maddox agreed, under the condition that Bryan must first beat Harper, then Rowan, and if he survived those two, he could finally have Bray one on one in the ring.
Bryan defeated Harper, but not without a hell of a fight, and his bout against Rowan was a curbstomp battle if ever I saw one, but Bryan prevailed there too. Then came the Final Boss Fight, as it were: Bryan vs Bray, the hero of the people vs the charismatically creepy cult leader. Who would win? Would Bryan triumph, silencing Bray’s incessant enticements and offers of safety and understanding? Would Bray Wyatt finally indoctrinate a new member into his family?
It was like the fate of the WWE Universe was resting on the outcome of this match, and a crowd of stunned fans watched their hero, the man who for months had been garnering louder cheers than even John Cena, finally give in. He gave in to the dark side. He went with Bray. He didn’t trick him during the handshake; he didn’t nobly refuse and end up broken and battered into a pulp for once again daring to decline Bray’s offer.
He joined up. And half of the fans were heartbroken.
The prevailing questions this morning are, Is Daniel Bryan going heel? Are the Wyatts turning face? My answer to that is: Who cares? Let’s look past alignments right now. Sometimes a face isn’t always a good guy, and sometimes a heel doesn’t always kick puppies. Sometimes it’s not clear cut.
Sometimes, it’s choosing survival and strength in numbers over being everyone’s favorite. Sometimes, it’s avoiding a surefire beating by having a cadre of monsters on your side. Sometimes, it’s doing what you need to do to ensure that you’re still there at the end of the night in one piece.
With that being said, this is one of the more compelling stories WWE has had going in a good minute. I want to watch it play out in full and I’m not even worried about the ending right now, because I am that invested in how hard this has to be for Daniel Bryan to admit that Bray has been right this whole time, and I am that invested in seeing how the Wyatts treat their newest member, no matter how fragile this alliance is. I think now is the time to worry less about what this means and experience it while it’s happening. When WWE wants to tell good stories, they do, and they can, which is why so many of us have been fans for years.
Let’s just all sit back and enjoy the ride this time, okay?
Could not have put it any better myself.
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In my opinion, the Jerry Lawler of today is a completely different person than the guy from like, 2000 and back. Lawler as a wrestler, promoter, etc. was one of the smartest and most popular wrestlers to ever lace a pair of boots, and if he wanted you to love him, you loved him. If he wanted you to hate him, you despised him. Completely admirable, and insanely sad to see what he is today. I feel like Lawler still has a run in him as a manager or something, but you know.
I think he’s extremely underrated today, but in his time, was one of the most badass performers of his time, hands down. I’m surprised you don’t hear as much about him today as you do other guys.
CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Samoa Joe 
I wish I had a clue what was going on in this photo. I feel like Colt’s getting the best of both worlds.
I think she’s stunning and that she’s got the building blocks to be a good in-ring performer. It’s too early to tell, honestly. I just hope she doesn’t go the route of a strict diva, because that always ends in failure. You see too many gals in wrestling get decent and then just suddenly fall apart because they realize how pretty they are and they don’t want to get hurt.
Jerry “The King” Lawler Vs. Andre The Giant 
It’s a little known fact that in the United States of America, it was Jerry Lawler who issued Andre The Giant his first defeat. Lawler knocked Andre from the apron and Andre was unable to answer the 10-count, leading to the popular phrase “The night a midget defeated Andre The Giant!”