Stay tuned to this page for news of a real life conspiracy going on as we speak. Once again WCW is banding together to try to make me succumb and I ain't backing down. For everyone who knows what I'm talking about, bear with me. If you don't, keep checking this site to find out more as the plot sickens.
Furthermore, Jericho also talks about what happened to the Jericholic Ninja:
Alot of you guys have asked what happened to the Jericholic Ninja. He was
maliciously murdered by Greenburg in Rochester, New York, after a spear to the groin.
I told you Greenburg was propaganda!
WRESTLER PLEADS GUILTY TO ASSAULT IN CHEROKEE
by Mark Bixler
A popular pro wrestler known as Big Poppa Pump pleaded guilty Tuesday in Cherokee County to felony aggravated assault and making terroristic threats.
Scott Carl Rechsteiner was charged with assaulting and threatening a Georgia Department of Transportation road worker last April.
He faces a maximum sentence of 26 years in prison, but a lengthy sentence is unlikely.
Rechsteiner tried to plead guilty last month in a deal that would have placed him on probation for five years and fined him $2,676.
Judge C. Michael Roach rejected that deal because he was not satisfied with Rechsteiner's answers to his questions about the events that led to his arrest.
Alan Manheim, the wrestler's attorney, said Rechsteiner pleaded guilty because he was concerned that a jury would convict him because of his "public persona."
Roach did not immediately sentence Rechsteiner, who wrestles in the New World Order of the World Championship Wrestling organization.
He also wrestles as Scott Steiner.
Prosecutor David Gafnea said Rechsteiner drove down a closed exit ramp off I-575 in south Cherokee on April 21.
He said Rechsteiner twice hit DOT road worker Paul Kaspereen with his Ford F-250 pickup after Kaspereen told him the ramp was closed. Kaspereen was not seriously hurt.
I am from Australia and don't actually get to see Thunder. In the Nitro opener we get, we see Vader, and Hulk Hogan (in the glory days) as well as Ric Flair I think... Just thought you'd be interested considering you thought that Hogan is still in the Thunder opener.
Did you notice that on the Nov. 30th nitro that Scott Hall had an Outsiders shirt on with a red NWO logo on the sleeve?? My outsiders shirt doesn't have this logo on it. But the camera focused in on it very clearly on four separate occasions............
Just wanted to let you in on a few things about the likeable Hogan fan. I met him a few years ago at a Detroit indy show. I've gotten to know him pretty well. Although I won't reveal his true identity, I will tell you that he goes by the name Roddy Hogan (his "two most favorite wrestlers, brother".) Being from the Motor City he is in the front row of every event in the area (Summerslam '93, Havoc 94 and 95, Survivor Series 92(?), all Nitros and Raws, and Nitro a few weeks ago from Fort Wayne which is about a 2.5 hour drive.) Roddy Hogan has appeared in PWI in the past when he was brought in to the ring by Hollywood Hogan himself. He also had a brief stint as a manager in the Michigan indy WAR, managing a tagteam called The Dark Riders. Oh, yeah, keep your eyes open for him in the coming weeks, he claims Bischoff is negotiating with him to appear in an upcoming Nitro.
Just a few notes about Steiner (obviously the only one that we care about,Scott).
A few weeks ago there was a huge uproar online about Steiner saying that he's "your hook-up". I think that it should be made clear that he is talking to "all those freaks out there" and isn't saying anything about drugs or Roids. I talked to a woman from "Sports South" in Birmingham at a recent ECW. For those who don't know, that is the place where all of the greats go to get surgery when they have an injury (Flair, HHH,ect.) Well, this nice young lady told me and my bother that Scott Steiner has tested negative for 'roids for at least the last ten months. For whatever that's worth.
Hey, if you're keeping track of Chris Jerichos's nonstop pop-culture references, I've got one for you:
The name "Ralphus" is from the movie "Blood Sucking Freaks" (described by Troma President Lloyd Kaufman as "The most disgusting movie ever"). Ralphus is Master Sardu's dwarf assistant.
I've always spent Monday watching two televisions so I could see Nitro and Raw. I think I've finally found what WCW's main problem is in my book: The heels. With the exception of Jericho and Bagwell (w/out Steiner), I can't stand any of them. Their mic skills aren't that great, and they NEVER win a clean match. I mean, I understand that this makes them heels, but I think the WWF has a better heel formula. They're mean and often underhanded, but they still attempt to get some fan support AND they can win in a clean match. In WCW, there's only two possible outcomes: the face wins, or the heel cheats and gets the victory, and it's usually apparent which will occur. Well, just in case I hurt all the WCW purists' feelings, here's a big WHOOOOOOOOOOO! for ya!
Just a note, I think you missed the funniest line of the night during the Disco/Konads match. Brain made some comment about how Konnan can't afford to lose this match. Tony, not thinking, asks Bobby why he made such an obvious statement. His response: "Well, how would you like to go back to his neighborhood after loosing a fight to a guy in those pants?" Stunned for a moment Tony responds, "You're right once for this month, Brain."
It's statements like this that show just how funny Bobby Hennan really is. If only WCW would just let Bobby be the Brain more often, we wouldn't care that Skeeter-Oh-Fuddy is running the announcing booth into the ground...
I had a small party with some friends that involved watching World War 3 on pay-per-view. I didn't have enough money to pay for it,so I charged everybody five dollars to get into my house. Well, we were watching it and everything was going alright until this kid that was sort of cool, but nobody really liked that much kept jumping in front of the TV during the DDP vs Hart match and doing the Degeneration X crotch chop and saying "suck it" After a while it got annoying, so after DDP beat Hart, here's what we did:
- I made a running charge at 'suck it boy' and hit him with a nice clothesline
- when he was on the ground I quickly put him in the Scorpion Deathlock/Sharpshooter, while he was down there, my dog bit his hat and took it off his head and tore it up.
- he went and got what was left of his hat from my dog and came back into the room and said "don't make me beat you guys, because I'm the toughest guy in here"
- as he was talking trash I hit him with a Bulldog from the top turnbuckle...errr....my couch
- when he was on the ground I applied the Crippler Crossface as my friends got a metal bowl that chips were in until they were eaten and held this guy down and held the bowl over his head
- while my friends held this bowl on top of his head, I went to the rack with my fireplace pokers and accessories, I got a small brass shovel that is used to remove ashes from the fireplace and ran back to where the guy was being restrained
- I stood over him for a second and then hit the bowl on his head with the shovel. When it connected it made a loud clanging noise and left the guy dizzy
So the moral of this story is to never get in front of the TV while I'm trying to watch stuff,or you get your ass beaten down.
I don't know if you are aware of it, but Bill Alphonzo is way over in my state of Massachusettes. I can't really comment of the nWo ref, but Fonzie, RVD and Sabu are selling 'em out in the Bay State. In fact, I was at the last Revere show while Sabu took on the Amish Assassin and the match itself was wild from 5 rows back (ringside). Some jackass yells "boring" about 1/2 way through and Alphozo really went nuts on the skell. Then well _all_ sort of ragged on the loser and Sabu eventaully won with his Arabian Facebuster.
Just in case you feel like knowing, that move where Rey Mysterio spins through the ropes is called a Tiger Mask Fake Out, I guess cause one of the Tiger Masks invented it. I don't know which one, though, there have been more Tiger Masks than Blue Blazers.
The Good: Not only did Norman Smiley win, but we saw some fine wrestling on this show. However...
The Bad: ... of seven matches, only one had a truly clean finish. The DQ's and screwjobs marred what was otherwise a great show.
The Ugly: You know your stable is headed for the crapper when Vincent represents you in a main event.