Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The Undertaker is Back

The Undertaker
So Undertaker finally made his return to wrestling, and apparently he wants a rematch of last year’s blundering contest against Triple H. Don’t get me wrong the match was good until the Undertaker made Triple H tap out without applying a submission maneuver. This is one of the main reasons I don’t want to see this match again. I really don’t want the streak to end; I would rather see the Undertaker retire with the “Streak” intact. But the WWE will have a soon to be 47 year old wrestler who is clearly injury prone come out of retirement in order to draw money for the company. For how much longer will they keep bringing the Undertaker back? Until he needs help to get out of a chair, like Superstar Billy Graham currently does or will the WWE allow him to retire in peace. I am clearly going off topic! In my opinion, if Triple H beats the “Streak” it is only to feed his already huge ego. Why does Triple H, need this win, he is practically the owner of the WWE already. The WWE is always refereeing to doing “what is good for the business” and they should do just that and pick an up and coming wrestler to break the “Streak”. Not an ego maniac! Sorry Triple H, I am a huge fan, but seeing you breaking the “streak” is wrong and in my opinion not “good for the business”.

Harrington Bayas

Make Take on the Royal Rumble

The 2012 Royal Rumble was a lackluster PPV. The first match was the World Championship title match in a steel cage between Mark Henry, The Big Show, and the champion Daniel Bryan. First of all I hate the fact that the WWE keeps downgrading the World Championship title by making it the opening contest. The ending was horrible; The Big Show held Daniel over the cage with one hand and then released him, what was that? Bryan regained the title, but the question is why can’t the champion retain his title with a clean win? The second title match was the WWE Championship match between Dolph Ziggler and the Champion CM Punk. The outcome was predictable; punk regain his title after he hit his patent GTS. On to the match between Kane and John Cena, will Cena embrace the hate or will he rise above the hate? This match ended with a double count out. The biggest high light of this match was when Kane choked slammed him to hell..lol. Now on to the Royal Rumble match itself. I actually enjoyed all of those crazy entrees, like Road Dogg who got the biggest pop of the night and Hacksaw Jim Duggan who entered the ring chanting Zack Ryder’s ex-girlfriend name, hooooooo. The return of Kharma was un-expected, but at least she eliminated Michael Cole. All three announcers were in the Royal Rumble match. When they announce Booker T, he stood up and he was wearing a sport jacket & his wrestling tights, hilarious. Everyone knows by now that Sheamus won the Royal Rumble and is on his way to the main event of WrestleMania 28. Did Sheamus deserve the win and the opportunity to main event WrestleMania? The answers is yes, apparently the WWE believes so because he is a fan favorite. The question is who will he face, the World Champion or the WWE Champion?

Harrington Bayas

This is Wrestling (January 31, 2012)

John Laurinaitis joins the Triple H kiss my ass club.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Friday, January 27, 2012

Picture of the Week (January 27, 2012)

CM Punk
CM Punk is in the Picture of the Week because he hit John Laurinaitis with the “Go To Sleep”, that was an awesome ending to Raw.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The poll is closed

The poll is closed, and the winner for the hottest WWE Diva is Kelly Kelly. I must admit that she is a very good looking female, but there are hotter girls on the roster. I totally believe Layla and Eve are the sexiest Divas in the WWE. Rosa Mendes is superhot also, if you like the skinny types.  Alicia Fox looks like Rihanna, why did she only get 9% of your votes guys, let’s get it together! The Bella Twins, the new ring attire alone should have given them 25% of your vote! Sorry, Joe, Beth Phoenix only got 9% of the votes, better luck next time.

Now on to the winner of the hottest Knockout, she is Velvet Sky. She is very hot, great choice guys. Former WWE Diva Mickie James was the runner up with 32% of your votes. Now I cannot believe you guys let Brooke Tessmacher come in third place. She is younger and in my opinion hotter than Mickie James. What happen to Tara she was the MLIF in the contest and she only got 8% of your votes, while Gail Kim got 10%. There’s something really wrong with you guys. (lol)

Harrington Bayas

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Redesigning my Layout

I apologize for the inconvenience, you may notice that some of the images are misplaced I’m in the process of redesigning my layout.  Please continue to follow us and check out our weekly posts. 

This is Wrestling (January 24, 2012)

Eric Young was challenged to an inter-gender match by Angelina Love, but he also had to worry about another major challenge. The ODB, challenge!

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Monday, January 23, 2012

Edge is on his way to the WWE Hall of Fame

So I decided I wanted to talk a little bit about the WWE Hall of Fame 2012 inductee, Edge. I've always been a fan of Edge from debut to his last match in WrestleMania 27. His vignettes and his entrance were so cool to me. I remember his first televised debut match against Jose Estrada Jr. where he did a somersault over the top rope to the outside and knocked Estrada out. He later joined The Brood with Gangrel and his "brother," Christian. The Brood's entrance is definitely one of my favorite entrances ever, with the ring of fire and Gangrel's song. It was awesome. But once, he and Christian joined together as just a tag team, I became a bigger fan. They both had so much charisma and were so funny. The original TLC matches against The Dudley Boys and The Hardy Boys were unforgettable and legendary. He's accomplished so much throughout his career. Edge list of championships include 14 times Tag Team Champion, U.S. Champion, 5 times Intercontinental Champion, and 11 times WWE/World Heavyweight Champion. He's the 14th "Triple Crown" champion, Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank, King of the Ring, and Slammy Award winner. There is no doubt that he's one of the greats of our generation. I was truly surprised and sad he had to retire but I must admit that his induction to the Hall of Fame is a little premature. I do believe he's a legend in his own right, but for Edge to be inducted before legends like Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, Owen Hart, The British Bulldogs, and of course someone who I would say is one of the most iconic superstars ever, Macho Man Randy Savage. I must say it’s an insult to not only Savage, but to all the legends that got "swept under the rug" by WWE. No matter what, I've always been a fan of Edge, he deserves his place in the Hall of Fame and I'm happy he's inducted.
Edge & Christian
Ernesto Heleno Jr.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

The Four Horsemen ride into the WWE Hall of Fame

The Four Horsemen

The Original Five
The Four Horsemen are being inducted into the WWE Hall of fame and I am super excited about this. I have posted an article before on this faction, and they are my ultra favorite stable. They were the innovators of the heel stables, they captured all the gold in the NWA/WCW and they were the main attraction in many of the old territories. The fact that they are being inducted as a group benefits many of the members because most of them would not make it on their own merit. I am not diminishing their own accomplishments, but most of them were mid-card wrestlers whom the WWE will never acknowledge as great wrestling superstars. So symbolically they will all become Hall of Famers after The Four Horsemen get inducted on April 2012. The group had many different members. Some of them were superstars in the raising, like Sting, and Lex Luger.  Guys like Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, Chris Benoit, and Brain Pillman were wrestlers that were never given the opportunity to shine on their own in WCW. WCW and the creative team or Eric himself played a huge joke on the fans, with some of the members they chose for the group, such as Steve “Mongo” McMichael and Paul Roma. I am going to run down a list of all of the members of the Four Horsemen and their own accomplishments. I am going to start with the original five and two other members:

Ric Flair (1986–1991, 1993–1999)

Ric Flair
What can I really say about Ric Flair? He has carved out a legacy in pro wrestling that will never be forgotten by any wrestling fans.  He is the 16 time World Champion, and he is the leader of the Four Horsemen. Flair has held over 20 different titles (in the NWA, WCW, and WWF/WWE).  This is why he was inducted into WWE Hall of fame back in April 2008. Now Flair has the honor to join his fellow Horsemen as they all will be inducted into the Hall of Fame of 2012, he is setting another record for being the only man to be inducted twice. All challengers knew that if they were going to take the title away from Flair; they would have to take on all the members of the Horsemen. The group structure was always the same, Flair was the World Champion and the Horsemen were there to keep the title on him. He has been a member to many copycat groups like “Fortune” and “Evolution”, but he will always be remembered as the heart and soul of the Four Horsemen.

Arn Anderson (1986–1988, 1990–1999)

Arn Anderson
‘The Enforce’ Arn Anderson was a tag team specialist. He also was the man that named the group. During the 80’s they didn’t have enough air time to promote three upcoming matches, so they paired up all four men to do an interview. During this interview Anderson states “Never in the history of Wrestling has so few, wreak so much havoc, you would have to go back in history, to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”.  The Four Horsemen were born on that day and history was made. Anderson alongside other members of the Horsemen held the NWA/ WCW tag team titles on numerous occasions. He held the WCW Television Championship title four times, but he never held the world title. Anderson had many accolades during his career, but most of them will never put him in the Hall of fame as an individual wrestler. In my opinion he was always under the Nature Boy’s shadow. Anderson and Blanchard were the first horsemen to jump ship, they left WCW and joined the WWF and became known as the Brainbuster. While in the WWF they captured the Tag Team Championship titles. While Anderson was away the group was trying to stay afloat, they attempted to add Windham’s little brother Kendall Windham, but that didn’t work. The Horsemen never made him an official member this is why Kendall is not on this list.

Tully Blanchard (1986–1988)

Tully Blanchard
In my opinion Tully Blanchard was one of the best technical wrestlers of his time. He captured the NWA/WCW Television Championship title three times. He was the NWA/WCW United States Champion, NWA/WCW Tag Team Champion twice, the NWA National Heavyweight Champion, and a WWF Tag Team Champion (W. Arn Anderson). Blanchard won so many different championships that he should be recognized by the WWE and should be enter into the Hall of Fame on his own, but then again he didn’t shine as bright as other superstars did. After, the stint in the WWF, Arn and Tully were schedule to come back to the newly created WCW, but he failed a drug test and the company reneged on the deal. Tully wasn’t seen in wrestling after that incident. I can remember watching great matches between him and the ‘American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes.

Ole Anderson (1986–1987; 1990; 1993)

Ole Anderson
Arn Anderson
Ole Anderson was one of the original four, he later left the group and Lex Luger took his place. Ole Anderson and his brother Gene Anderson were the Minnesota Wrecking Crew, and at that point in time they were synonymous with Tag Team wrestling. They both captured so many different titles that I would have to write on for about another 2 more pages. In that group he captured another tag team championship with Arn Anderson. He was a perfect fit for the Four Horsemen, in my opinion he gave some legitimacy to the young talented group. I also believe the WWE would never induct Ole on his own merit.

James J. Dillon (1986–1989)

James J. Dillon
Tully Blanchard
J.J. Dillon is a former wrestler who later became the manager to one of the best heels faction in the history of Pro-Wrestling. He was an accomplish wrestler in his own right. He was crowned “King” James Dillon while wrestling in the Florida territory and he was also the International Heavyweight Champion in the Nova Scotia territory. Dillon will always be remembered as the Manger of the Four Horsemen.

Lex Luger (1987)

Lex Luger
“The Total Package” Lex Luger was the man who took over Ole Anderson’s spot in The Four Horsemen. Luger was a young, upcoming wrestler that was being prep to become the Hulk Hogan of WCW. The only thing that stood in his way was the lack of charisma and the total absence of his mic skills. This factor didn’t stop WCW in making him a great superstar in wrestling. Luger has held the WCW Television Championship title twice and has held the WCW United States Championship on five different occasions. He is a former two times WCW World Heavyweight Champion and he got his first taste of fame while he was a member of the Four Horsemen. He also joined the WWF in 90’s but the only thing he won was the Royal Rumble, but so did Bret Hart that year. (There were two winners in 1994)

Barry Windham (1988–1989; 1990–1991)

Barry Windham
Barry Windham is the son of wrestling legend Blackjack Mulligan, so it comes to no one’s surprise that he was trained by his legendry father and the most feared man in wrestling at the time Harley Race. When Luger left the group he needed a partner to help him take on the Horsemen. Windham joined Luger on his quest and helped him defeat the Horsemen for the Tag Team Championship title. Two weeks later Windham turned on Luger and joined the Horsemen. By turning on his former partner, Windham allowed the Horsemen to regain the tag team gold. This was another young wrestler that used the fame he gather from being a part of such a successful group, to become a wrestling superstar. He captured many titles in the NWA/WCW such as the US title, TV title, and Tag Team titles. Windham also won the main prize the NWA/WCW World Heavyweight Champion.

To be continue…

Harrington Bayas

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Divas Picture of the Week ( January 19, 2012)

Dawn Marie

I am going old school again this week. Dawn Marie looks really good in this bikini!

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Are you serious bro! WWE doesn’t have any faith in the Ryder revolution

Zack Ryder

So, my bro, Zack Ryder lost the WWE United States Championship title to Jack Swagger on Raw this past Monday, are you serious bro! Ryder didn’t even hold that title for one month; I guess the WWE doesn’t have any faith in the Ryder revolution. I saw it coming, once they started to pair him up with Eve Torres.  I can see him becoming the guy that tags with the Divas on Raw, you remember him; his name is Santino Morella, look at where he is now. The fact that Ryder has a lot of social media followers isn’t enough for the WWE creative team to keep a title on him. I just really hope the WWE keeps him on TV. This is a double edge sword for me, because I am also pleased that Swagger is getting another shot to be a champion, this guy is a natural born athlete! 

Harrington Bayas

Evan Bourne is Suspended for 60 days

Apparently Evan Bourne does not get it; you can’t use any illegal substance while you’re under a WWE contract. Bourne is suspended for 60 days for his second violation of the company’s ‘Talent Wellness Program’. If you remember he was suspended for 30 days back in November for smoking Marijuana. This is the main reason that Primo & Epico won the WWE Tag Team Titles last week in a house show. I don’t know who should be more upset about Bourne’s suspension, his fans or his tag team partner Kofi Kinston. If you can recall Kinston was left holding the titles while Bourne was out of the picture. I am a firm believer that everyone deserves a second chance, but this guy just doesn’t get it! Stop smoking bro, you have a dream job and you’re going to lose it over for a couple of hours with the munchies!

Harrington Bayas

This is Wrestling! (January 18, 2012)

The WWE always has classic wrestling moments, and this is one of them. Well not real a good moment, but an entertaining one. I love the fact the WWE can see humor in certain thing specially race. I totally found Ricardo Rodriguez rendition of “La Cucaracha” the funniest segment of that night! Click if you can't see the video.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Ric Flair on The Four Horsemen going to the Hall of Fame

Check out this video of the Nature Boy Ric Flair proclaiming that he will be on stage with The Four Horsemen. Click here if you can’t see video.

Picture of the Week (January 14, 2012)

Brodus Clay made his long awaited debut on Monday night Raw as ‘The Funkasaurus’. The main reason he is under the spotlight of this week’s edition of ‘Picture of the Week’ is because the fans were waiting for the return of a monster, or a wrecking ball, but instead we got an imitation of the 80’s Flash Funk. Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed his debut and who knows he can probably make it work, but this is a prime example of what happens when you get on your employer’s bad side. 

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Y2J is Back in the WWE

Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho made his return to the WWE last Monday night in front of a massive cheering crowd. The crowd went berserk as soon as they saw a figure in the dark with a lighted up jacket in a crucifix position. Jericho and the WWE are brilliant; they made an enormous impact without saying one word. It really wasn’t a huge surprise to anyone, because all of the cryptic videos pointed to his return. It was amazing how a great wrestler or should I say a veteran wrestler can turn a crowd from cheering to booing without talking. I must admit that at first I didn’t have a clue what he was doing, but once he made his way to the top of the entrance ramp very thing became clear, one of the greatest heels of all time has played with the fans emotions. The cocky six time World Champion is back to reclaim what is his, which is his persona and his catch phrase.  According to Chris Jericho, everyone in the WWE is stealing his gimmick, from The Miz to CM Punk.

There are many different angles the WWE can do with Jericho, here some of the ones I would like to see. Chris Jericho can enter the 30 men Royal Rumble match and win his shot at the WWE Heavyweight Championship against “The Best in the World”.  Another angle is for him to attempt to break The Undertaker’s WrestleMania winning streak, but I really can’t see this happening for this upcoming WrestleMania. The Rock is the focal point this year, and adding another huge main event will take away from his spot light. I can see him rekindle his feud with Randy Orton (when Orton is healthy), if you remember Orton hit him with a punt kick, during the last match Jericho had on Raw. I do believe Stephanie McMahon will return to aid him in his quest for the WWE Championship.  There so many angles the WWE can do with Jericho, I just hope they don’t drop the ball, like they have done this past year.  

Harrington Bayas

Picture of the Week (January 7, 2012)

......I really don’t have to say a word!

Divas Picture of the Week (January 7, 2012)

Torrie Wilson has been rumored to be dating the third baseman for my beloved New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez. She is a former WWE Diva and in my opinion Rodriguez has hit the jackpot with this one. She is a 5ft 7, blond bomb shell which has graced the covers of such magazines like Stuff, Maxim, and Playboy. Rodriguez has dated Movie stars the likes of Kate Hudson, Madonna, and Carmen Diaz, but now he is in a whole different world, the wrestling world. Will, Torrie finally pin him down for the one, two, let’s get married.

Monday, January 2, 2012

The Wrestling Fans Review awards for 2011

Wrestle of the Year

Alberto Del Rio
Alberto Del Rio is my pick for wrestler of the year for 2011. He won the WWE Heavyweight Championship twice this year. Del Rio won the 2011 Royal Rumble. What made this Rumble special was that there were 39 other men in this match, and he out lasted all of them. He was Raw’s Money in the Bank winner for 2011. Del Rio defeated The Miz, R-Truth, Jack Swagger, Kofi Kingston, Rey Mysterio, Alex Riley and Evan Bourne, to win a grantee contract for the WWE Heavyweight Championship. Del Rio also was in the co-main event of WrestleMania 27, in which he faced Edge in his final match. What else can I say about the Del Rio, he had an awesome year, but of course you already knew that!

Break Out Star of the Year

Zack Ryder
I pick New York’s own Zack Ryder for Breakout Star of the year. Ryder was better known as Brett Major a member of the Major Brothers. The WWE changed their names to Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder. They used to help Edge during his matches while they were part of “La Familia”. They were referred as the ‘Rated-R-Entourage’ during this time, they captured Tag Team gold, and surprisingly this was one of his highest honor. Ryder was at the brink of getting fired from the WWE and he started a YouTube channel called “Z! True Long Island Story”. This channel changed his career, fans & wrestler started to support him, and he finally made his debut no Raw. I have attended two live shows this year and the crowd always chanted “we want Ryder”. His popularity has grown so much that the WWE has so many items available for purchase on WWEshop.com, like the Broski T-shirt, Broski head band, and even the Broski wall clock. The high light of 2011 was when he defeated Dolph Ziggler for the United States Champion. 2012 looks so bright that he needs to wear shades, which is also available at WWEShop.com, Woo Woo Woo, you know it!

Harrington Bayas

Wrestler of the Year

CM Punk
I must say CM Punk. I also known about CM Punk from Ring of Honor and from some matches in TNA. Fun fact: He started in backyard wrestling with his tag team partner, CM Venom as the Chick Magnets. Hence, CM stands for Chick Magnet. But I've never really watched any backyard wrestling. It wasn’t my thing. I must also admit that I was never a huge fan of his. I respected his work and his mic skills. It wasn’t until he started the Straight Edge Society, that I began to really notice that he's better as a heel. He later began commentating and did an amazing job doing so. What I loved about Punk commentating is what I loved about Matt Stryker commentating, and that is the view of a wrestling fan. They would often reference wrestling legends, un-forgetful moments, etc. He then began leading the New Nexus but it wasn’t until his contract was up that he decides to cut a "shoot" promo live on Raw. He was suspended but the WWE just could not ignore the buzz that CM Punk created. To me, it brought back the realism to wrestling. I also must admit that his idea of him being the "Best in the World" is kind of a stretch and very arguable to say. Maybe now that Shawn Michaels is retired and Chris Jericho (who might come back) isn’t around right now, CM Punk might be the best. But none the less, CM Punk has also come a long way in his career and is doing a good job being the WWE Champion.

Hello wrestling fans, so my vote for Breakout Star of the Year is Daniel Bryan.

Daniel Bryan
As I said before, I've known about The American Dragon Bryan Danielson since I started watching Ring of Honor. His battles with guys like Lowki and The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels were amazing. What true wrestling fans need to understand about Independent wrestling shows, is that those wrestlers will do anything to put on a great match. They work their asses off to get noticed and appreciated by the fans. When WWE NXT started, the first and only guy I noticed was Daniel Bryan. We all know he didn’t win NXT but WWE still gave him a chance. He had a rivalry with Michael Cole which I believe started Cole's gimmick as the new heel commentator and it made new fans notice Bryan's skills. I must admit, his mic skills needed to be a little better but he's grown to hold his own on the mic. He later became the U.S. Champion for a few months until he lost it to Sheamus. But that was all in 2010. His career really took a big step when he won Money in the Bank 2011. When he started saying that he was going to cash the briefcase in for WrestleMania 28, I believed that was how the WWE was going to screw him out of the World Championship. He then had a long list of losses against guys like Alberto Del Rio, Wade Barrett, etc. They even had him job for Sin Cara because they knew Bryan could work well with the Mexican Luchadore style of Sin Cara. He finally cashed in the briefcase at WWE TLC, pinning Big Show and becoming the new World Champion. I believe he's come a long way in his career and he deserved the championship.

Ernesto Heleno Jr.

With CM Punk and Daniel Bryan starting 2012 as the WWE Champion and World Champion, it goes to show that the future of the WWE is now in the hands of the young talented Superstars of today. The future is now, wrestling fans. Who do you think are the Wrestler of the Year and Breakout Star of the Year for 2011?

What Does the Future Hold for Brock Lesnar?

Brock Lesnar vs. Alistair Overeem
Sable & Brock Lesnar

Former WWE Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar lost his third Mix Martial Art (MMA) fight, in the UFC against Alistair Overeem. Overeem is one of the biggest men I have ever seen.  Overeem hit Lesnar with a couple of knees to the body and then landed a huge kick to the abdomen, which drop Lesnar and left him unable to continue. Many of his other fights have ended in the same fashion. Frank Mir defeated Lesnar with a Kneebar that forced him to submit. Brock Lesnar suffered his second lost via a TKO, when Cain Velasquez caught him with a straight right that opened a gash on his cheek and again Lesnar could not defend himself. All of Brooke Lesnar losses have come in the first round and in my opinion proves that he has not fully recovered from his battle of mononucleosis. Brock promised his family that he will retire once he captures the UFC Heavyweight Championship, and to do so he needed to defeat Overeem. Lesnar lost this match and has publicly announced his retirement; he has accomplished a lot in such a short MMA career.

Bobby Lashely
This brings up many questions about Lesnar’s career, but there is one that interest me the most, which is why do pro wrestlers believe that they can make that transition from wrestling to MMA. Bobby Lashely and Batista have left the WWE to pursue careers in MMA. Bobby Lashely has an MMA record of seven wins and one loss, and to be honest I have never seen any of his fights, so I can’t really judge him. Batista has not been able get a fight in any promotion. Other wrestler’s that have been heard wanting to enter the octagon are Tara and Kurt Angle. Tara in my opinion is the only one that has actually come to her senesces. She has stated “realistically I’m forty, if I would have started this maybe, when I turned thirty, I think I could be ahead of the game and be in the mix”. These are words of a person that has realized she is a sport entertainer. I do not doubt their athletic ability, because I am a huge wrestling fan, but in wrestling the outcome is predetermine before the match starts. In MMA two men or women enter the cage and they beat them self senesces less until there is a clear cut winner. There is blood and amazing knockouts. In my opinion many of these wrestlers believe the hype that the WWE and/or TNA have built for them. I am not saying that they can’t take out an average guy (that is writing shit on a blog site) on the street, but the MMA competitors have been practicing the arts for years and that is what gives them an edge over pro wrestlers.

The second question that comes to mind is will he return to the WWE? It wouldn’t surprise me if he makes his return in a future WrestleMania to face The Undertaker. I can’t see him making his return on WrestleMania 28, the WWE is smarter than that, and they wouldn’t have two giant main events on one card. Third question is will he wrestle on a full time bases? I truly believe he will not, because Lesnar has made it clear that he never liked the traveling aspect of the business and besides what type of impact will he make in the world of wrestling, today. He is older and obviously has not fully recovered from his illness. In my opinion the WWE should stick to what they are doing right now, which is focusing on the younger talent. All of the Champions right now are younger and the future of business. Don’t get me wrong I am an old school guy. I have seen guys like Booker T, Jerry Lawler and Brock Lesnar himself in their prime; I hate to see them hold on to something that is not really there. I saw Jerry Lawler in a house show in New York City, and he looked slow in the ring, he can still entertain us, but it is because he takes us to our childhood. Brock Lesnar a great sports entertainer and in world of wrestling you never say never, so we may see him back in the ring sooner then we think.

Harrington Bayas

Z! True long Island Story Episode #46

Sunday, January 1, 2012


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