May 21, 2009
I am 28 years old and I have spent the better part of my life wishing to be a WWE superstar. I am looking for a trainer, I live in Terre Haute Indiana, with my wife and our two cats (real page turning stuff). I have a wonderful little girl that lives away from me, but that is another story. I work at a Saturn dealership as a Service Advisor and I also play in a band called No Great Loss. But the one constant thing has been wrestling from WWE to WCW, TNA to Ring of Honor. I love the terrible story lines and the awesome action, the barely dressed eye-candy to the better than some the men main eventers (Shimmer). The highs the lows and everything wrestling is supposed to be. I LOVE WRESTLING.
The newest prediction league care to join? http://bleacherreport.com/articles/269743-a-new-kind-of-a-prediction-league
LOu Thesz was a master in the ring.
A simple tribute, nothing more, nothing less
Honest feedback/comments appreciated.
Hope you enjoy
When All Else Fails Appreciate The Greatness Displayed In The Ring....
Check this out, it is about jeff hardys greatest moments http://bleacherreport.com/articles/244709-jeff-hardys-greatest-moments
The spinoff to end all spinoffs - The preview!
Support the workers :)
Shining a Light on Pro Wrestling's Deep Dark Secret....
My latest piece may be my best yet. I had the wonderful opportunity to speak with Jeff Leen, assistant managing editor of investigations for the Washington Post, about his new book, "Queen of the Ring." This article looks at the life and times of women's wrestling pioneer Mildred Burke and the new book telling the forgotten story of her life, career and legacy.
Jeff Jarrett may have broken the bro code, but in the end, it could benefit the fans. Find out more by reading this article: