I went to WWE World last night to see Molly. It was a rainy say in NYC, so there was unfortunately a low turnout (aww). She was signing pictures from Divas Undressed magazine, which I happened to have, lucky me. She was dressed in a black evening gown with a scarf around her neck. Nice. She signed the bunny picture.
I handed her a poem, which she took graciously. After the signing, I stayed for dinner and the smackdown show. In between breaks, they were running a tag-team trivia contest that I didn't win. Molly made jokes about cheaters never prospering--"Look, I'm a FORMER champion". Later on that night, I met her with her entourage at the lobby stairs leading down to the restaraunt. She called me by my name, and also said that my poem was awesome, and I should write some more and have it published.
Now this is why I and many other people love Molly. She was very graceful, curteous, and humorous throughout despite the low turnout, and very encouraging to others, including undeserving ones like me.
P.S: Her derriere is just about the same size as her breasts. Oh yea!!
(edited by deadbeater on 11.10.02 0345) "Business has just picked up" says JR. Then right on cue, Molly enters the arena! Never was JR any better in introducing someone. --Raw 7/15
Originally posted by RingmistressI'm real sorry I couldn't make it to that signing, but Molly is great, isn't she? I wish they gave her some meaty angles for a change.
They were trying that with Nowinski, but then he got hurt.
(I'll be here all night. Try the veal!)
Since everyone else is doing it (ok, not EVERYONE, but...)
Vikings (0-4) - Bye weeks are boring (round 2) Badgers (5-1) - Congrats to Penn State. Time to rethink our defense. Twins (1-1) - The team looked like hell. Hopefully we can steal one in Cali. Buffy 7.3 earns a 8.04 Out of 10 for being the funny, but throwing out enough plot contrivances to last us the whole damn season. Anya however = Hillarious.
For a little over a year, I worked for Ultimate Pro Wrestling as a head of production for them. (I did the lighting) in one of the last shows as a WWE developmental territory, they brought in Molly, Sean O'Haire, and Chuck Palumbo. Molly was extremely sweet to everybody backstage and lotsa fun to hang out with. After the show ended, and the crowd files out, oftentimes, the visiting superstar gets outta dodge and back to their hotel. Instead, Molly comes out, and helps the ring crew take the ring down. Whatta girl.
I think that Molly is the sweetest girl in the world. Iv'e never met her, but should she be doing any promo stuff here in Calgary or when I move to Edmontonm, I'll be there. Oh, yeah.
Professional wrestling is the only sport where participants are just thrown right into the audience, and no one in the crowd thinks anything unusual is happening. If you're watching a golf tournament and Jack Nicklaus goes flying over your head -- first of all, I would say you're watching a very competitive sport. -- Jerry Seinfeld
Why not? The nWo Wolfpack did nothing to further the nWo angle, besides sell new red t-shirts. It was cool for a little while, but in the course of nWo history, the nWo Wolfpack is very, very insignificant.