Originally posted by 2P4Eany wrestling-based humour designed to appeal to, erm, normal people is gonna seem unsophisticated to fans.
Then maybe their latest piece will be more to your liking ...
November 22, 2007 TNA Sources: Pacman Jones Kept Asking Where Doink The Clown Is
NASHVILLE—According to sources from Total Nonstop Action, the pro-wrestling league in which Adam "Pacman" Jones fought for the past two months, the suspended NFL star would not stop inquiring as to the whereabouts of such wrestlers as Doink The Clown, Bam Bam Bigelow, the Steiner Brothers, Big Boss Man, Marty Jannetty, and Lord Steven Regal. "Although he was enthusiastic, Mr. Jones continually asked if Typhoon and Earthquake were around, if he could be the first one to beat someone called 'Goldberg,' when Y2J is going to happen, if he could come out in the coveted 30th slot in the Royal Rumble, and when he can do a Diamond Cutter on someone," said TNA president Dixie Carter, whom Jones alternately referred to as "Bischoff," "McMahon," and "The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiasi." "We ultimately had to terminate his contract when, during his scheduled match, we found him up in the rafters looking for Sting, hoping to ask him if he was going to join the white and black or the Wolfpack." Though Jones is no longer a part of TNA wrestling, Carter confirmed that he receives four to six calls from Jones each day, demanding a private meeting with Mankind, Dude Love, Cactus Jack, and Mick Foley to address some "suspicions" he has
Originally posted by Alessandro.. the suspended NFL star would not stop inquiring as to the whereabouts of such wrestlers as Doink The Clown, Bam Bam Bigelow, the Steiner Brothers, Big Boss Man, Marty Jannetty, and Lord Steven Regal.
Still a miss. If the writer is savvy enough to write this, he should at least have put in something like "despite numerous attempts by Scott and Rick Steiner to introduce themselves", or some such, given that the Steiners and Sting are in TNA and all. Closer, not quite there yet.
I didn't even see a photographer all afternoon, but there I am in the crowd in over a dozen pics! It was definitely unlike any other wrestling experience I've ever had. I'm still not quite sure what to make of it.