It seems another wrestler is selling themselves on EBAY. This time it is Shawn Stasiak for a "2 HOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE AT YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS or a WRESTLING MATCH ON YOUR PRO WRESTLING SHOW". OH JOY! Bidding is at a high $699.99 right now...no wait that is the starting bid, and it seems their are zero bids with just over a day left. HA! So come on people, lets get our money together and get on a trip too Planet Stasiak!!
Homer: I want to set the record straight: I thought the cop was a prostitute.
At least this is a 2 HOUR appearance. Remember when Buff Bagwell was asking for a boatload of money for him to give you a 10-mintute phone call? Or when fucking Darryl from Tough Enough was asking for a bunch of money for him to have a match with you?
Personal appearance at a place of business? Oh, that's great. We all know that nothing can boost moral in a typical 9 to 5 shithole more than Shawn freakin' Stasiak showing up to take photos and sign autographs.
"Listen, Steve, I know you're disappointed that the company couldn't afford to give you a christmas bonus this year. But, we got you something even better. Everyone around the office knows how much of a wrestling fan you are..."
Did the other bid run out with no one getting it? Hah. You still have just south of 5 days to get your hands on the Mecca of Manhood.
The description field has a lengthly biography of Shawn. The entire first paragraph is dedicated to burying Shawn's run in the WWF. Strange that they would do that, because if they really wanted to sell Shawn, wouldn't they want to put him in a good light - especially when the company that they are burying is the most popular wrestling federation?
Originally posted by Planet Stasiak It is also unfortunate that the WWF lost one of their brightest up-and-coming stars
Yeah, jobbing to Hugh Morris on Jakked on a weekly basis was helping the business, Meat showed tons of potential!
The pen is mightier then the sword, and considerably easier to write with.
WWE.com posted a story about the infamous Spanish Announce Table, which has been broken, probably, hundreds of times since Bret Hart was first sent through it by Diesel at the 1995 Survivor Series. Entertaining and informative.