Recently the Girl Scouts of America have started on their campaign to get the word “bossy” banned. Spearheaded by their spokesperson against this ungodly oppression, Beyonce Carter, the GSA want the word “bossy” eliminated because it’s used against women when they take a strong-headed stance. They then say when men act like this, it’s called “leadership”.
Everyone is pretty stoked that Bryan will have a shot at the title if he defeats HHH at WM. Honestly, with the Yes Movement, and Bryan’s entire story, it would make for the greatest WM moment in history. D-Bry defeats HHH, the head of the Authority, the man who’s the antithesis of what Bryan is & stands for, and a man the IWC cannot stand. Then goes on to defeat two guys that the WWE Universe doesn’t give a shit about, yet are being forced down our throats because Batista was promised a WM main event when he signed his contract. After a grueling night, and constantly fighting up hill for the last 4 years, D-Bry stands tall in the ring with the WWE WHC.
A damn fine story. And the greatest WM moment in history.
But it’s not gonna happen. There’s no fucking way Triple H loses. People want to give him the benefit of the doubt, but may I remind you guys of who we’re dealing with. This is the man who shit on the value of the IC & WWE titles when he demanded he be handed the WHC. Scott Steiner comes in, and he insists Steiner be a babyface, so he can play heel. Steiner is injured, and sucks, but Triple H is such a fucking ego he demands the main event at Royal Rumble because he wants to prove he can get a great match out of Scott. He then goes on to have one of the worst ever. Now, if this were to happen to someone like Jericho, there’s no way he would have had a second chance. But of course, Steiner gets ANOTHER ppv main event, so Triple H can have another shot. Speaking of Jericho, let’s not forget all the trash HHH would talk about him, and how he used his clout to get Chyna the IC belt and all the bullshit they put Jericho through. But I digress. Then he trashes Booker T’s run with an angle that involved racism and a WM match that saw Booker lose after one Pedigree, and being forced to lay around for at least 2-3 minutes. After that, he headlines THREE ppvs with his good buddy Kevin Nash. Then he ruins Goldberg’s run by demanding they put off his winning the title, month after month. Randy Orton makes it to the top, only for HHH to suck away his heat and defeat him a month after winning the belt. Then he does the same to Eugene a year later. He reforms DX, and then promptly has him and his buddy Shawn defeat 5 guys at a time on the regular. Then we come to his masterpiece; defeating CM Punk during the Summer of Punk and turning the angle into a match with himself & Kevin Nash. The Undertaker’s streak is the greatest thing in the WWE, right? Who’s the man who came the closest to winning? Who’s the man that walked away after the match when ‘Taker was carted out? Oh, that’s right, Triple H.
You guys really have faith in him this time?
Today your boy looks at The Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle, Out of the Furnace, and Non-Stop.
I haven’t had a rant in a while, so this is long over due.
I’d like to start off by saying I believe if you’re not doing anything to harm or bother anyone, then people need to fuck off and mind their business. However, this isn’t the case. Instead, we constantly shame people who smoke, do drugs, drink alcohol & have promiscuous sex. But anytime someone says anything in regards to fat being unhealthy, or unsightly, then immediately they’re absolute villains. The scum of the Earth.
Originally posted on Roger Malcolm:
Sometimes it’s just better if a wrestler does a small role before tackling a lead, such as Hulk Hogan did in Rocky III as Thunderlips. It is perhaps the king of all wrestler-turned-actor bit parts, so with that said I won’t be selecting it on my list, as I’m already mentioning it. However, I do believe Hogan would have been better off sticking to this approach for his film work or just having stuck with this role alone and not continued acting anymore at all. Since his roles in No Holds Barred, Suburban Commando, and Mr. Nanny were so poorly received, I don’t know how he ever climbed the ranks to land a recurring role in the Thunder in Paradise series of films and TV show. Though it’s probably a safe bet why he doesn’t still have acting roles in films. Hogan really did transcend professional…
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