He said he was dating Sharmel Sullivan?? Look at the Bookerman tappin' Paisly. I guess he split w/ his wife. (If in fact that was really his wife that Stiener beat down in the waning days of WCW.) But it's a step up IMO.
My favorite part of the Booker T interview from this morning was the part where The Book back-pedaled like a mother trucker from his "Howard degrades women" comments during his original interaction with Stuttering John.
Methinks someone from the WWF told Mr. Huffman that he better play nice with the Howard Stern show, a show that has had many more WWF superstars on recently.
Hey, I mean, he's supposed to be publicity, and NOT get heat, on public shows...
---=---:---=--- [Look up a line] Wow, that belt looks like crap... I'll take it and carry it around for years and see if people can take it away from me... What? What was that? You mean even THIS belt doesn't matter! What? I'm insulted! Get away from me you... you... defiler!
Can anyone give an overall assement of Booker on the show? Did he screw things up? Was he good publicity? Did he do the Spinaroonie™? I didn't listen to Stern, so I'm kind of in the dark except for Booker T appearing on Stern and his interview with Stuttering John.
...Some fear the Pink... ...But many fear....THE MOUNTIE! (He's handsome, he's brave, and he's strong, you know)
It's funny that Book said that he was getting sued by someone who claimed to have a trademark on "Spinarooni". The first thing that crossed my mind has...Mark Madden finally takes legal action!
"Kent Brockman here once again at The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, where a complete evacuation has taken place. Details are sketchy at best, so we've taken what little information we have, added our own theories, and concluded that whatever the likely disaster, it's most likely the work of our former president Richard M Nixon, even though he is rumored dead." -Kent Brockman
3/3/03: Only those who chase their dreams catch them. (Courtesy of the Wrestlemania XIX commercial) http://www.webpost.net/guestbooks/star-dancer.html for the full collection http://www.pwtorch.com/artman/publish/article_2881.