I know I'm like the only person other than the man himself to think this is the most groundbreaking, gutbusting parody ever, but I really dug the two years ago today version of the Jim Ross, Jr. Report. So go read it if you haven't!
"The stable Shane McMahon has formed is full of talent and will definitely be a force to reckon with. However, Big Show needs to work on his ring work and his timing. Honestly, once he learns the psychology and mental game he'll be unstoppable. Show also needs to get his weight under control. From where I sit, at 350-375 lbs. he could be doing cartwheels and shooting fire out of his ass."
"The rumors that the WWF is giving up on Tazz are not true. This fine young man from Brooklyn has a great future in the WWF ahead of him. You can't believe everything you read on the Internet folks."
"You can't fire a gun in a confined space! What are you tring to do, make us deaf?!" "Just get out of the chopper." "What?" "Get out of the chopper!" "The crops!?" - Jack Lemmon and James Garner, "My Fellow Americans", and the reason I say "The crops?" instead of "Huh?"
The first few times I read it, I actually thought it was a LEGIT thing exclusive for [Slash]. I don't remember what tipped me off, but I read something outrageous the third or fourth time I checked out the report - and once I was "in" I thought it was brilliant.
It was THAT well done that I couldn't tell the fake report from a real one. I figured anything's possible if (insert wrestler) writes on (insert website). BIG kudos to whomever writes these.
From Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments, the greatest page on earth:
Buried Alive October 20, 1996 in Indianapolis, IN Market Square Arena drawing 9,649 ($135,605)
Shown live on PPV (0.4) Barry Windham pinned Justin Bradshaw (20:00).