America will be Thailand soon.
Hope my mom checks out the python story.
Writing at TheUltimateSportsBlog with my buddies Cook and Dustin is awesome, and I truly hope that one day we can become rich. Or at least make enough to get by. Until then, I’m gonna keep writing articles like this because they are unique and fun.
We needed some extra content for the blog today since Dustin is slacking and playing too much Madden. I wanted to do something fun with the Joey Bosa vs. San Diego Chargers situation because that whole thing is a mess, but I didn’t know what until I thought of the HBO show Ballers. That’s when the idea hit me. I thought about doing a fictional story, but couldn’t make it work, so I went with more opinion fiction. I’m super proud of the “personal piggyback bitch” line and I dare you to find that anywhere else.
When I saw that The Rock was upset with Vin Diesel over the filming of Fast & Furious 8, I immediately thought of doing this column. I love both guys and the Fast & Furious franchise and would pay a ton of money to see them actually fight. We all know that’s never going to happen, but one can dream and use their movie careers to predict what the outcome would be.
One. Last. Ride.
In this edition of Wrestling DVR (a new/old show with an awesome intro theme), Samer Kadi and I review WWF Armageddon 2000. We’ll talk about how disappointing this show was overall, how disappointing the main event was, and how the show dragged. We’ll also do impressions of The Rock doing impressions of other wrestlers. Spoiler: We’re not as good as The Rock.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave for another WRESTLEMANIA REVIEW! This time we’ll look at Wrestlemania 17, which is considered by many to be the greatest PPV of all-time. We’ll talk about the epicness of Steve Austin vs. The Rock along with the rest of the card and discuss the fallout from this event, which many believe is the end of the Attitude Era.
Larry Csonka and Samer Kadi join the Man Cave to look back at Wrestlemania 29 and the fallout. We’ll talk about all the matches, give our thoughts on why it was an average at best show, and even hand out a few stars ratings. Plus we’ll discuss the fallout on Raw and where WWE goes from here. And finally, at the end of the podcast, I bust out some rap lyrics.
A look at how Wrestlemania 29 “really” shaped up.