If any of you care, I just heard that Brock Lesnar is going to be a guest on 93 X's Half-Assed Morning show tomorrow morning. I just wish I could pick it up on my radio in my office here up north. I've heard them interview him before and it's usually pretty funny.
Originally posted by JimBob SkeeterIf any of you care, I just heard that Brock Lesnar is going to be a guest on 93 X's Half-Assed Morning show tomorrow morning. I just wish I could pick it up on my radio in my office here up north. I've heard them interview him before and it's usually pretty funny.
Funny how? Like, funny because they have good chemistry and joke around? Or funny because they get him angry and goof on him?
Funny because they have good chemistry. The three m orning show guys are HUGE WWE fans. They are also very knowledgable sports minds and whenever I can, I tune in cuz they always leave me laughing. They are friggin' hilarious. Here's their website:
PS - thanks for the link, Z. Now I CAN listen every morning in my office. Sweet.
-edit- I actually got to hear the whole thing. I clicked on the link two minutes before the interview started. Nice timing. Anywho, they talked about his NFL stint and what happened. The asked if he got bumped cuz he didn't know what he was doing, and he answerd: "Well, basically." and they all laughed. They chatted for 15-20 minutes. He mentioned how hard Vince is to work for (that's all he said about them) and that he quit because he reall DID want to play football. It had always been a dream of his, and he didn't want to be sitting in the nursing home wondering "What if I HAD done it?", then after that, he offered to come back to WWE, and they couldn't come to terms with money, then the lawsuit thing, and that it's settled now. He really didnt' say what the terms were, but that WWE had to pay some money, and he had to pay some money, and that's about it. He also mentioned that he and Sable are getting married next month. Oh, he goes to Japan once a month, and that he's the champ over there. That's about it. I enjoyed it. Here's some pics: http://www.93x.com/Article.asp?spid=&id=208161
That's what I was thinking about; since evil figureheads are part of the wrestling landscape, doesn't it make sense to have the figurehead be true to life? In addition, while usually, authority figures can't pay off angles in the ring, Jarrett can.