Some people might be "offended" by some of the derogatory comments made about wrestling fans, but I just think it's funny ... and when you attend some of these low-budget indie feds, it tends to support the wrestling stereotypes rather than diminish them.
Originally posted by Josh "Livestock" BoruffHow I ended up at a wrestling event goes back to some newfangled computer graphics class I took in high school, where a classmate and casual friend of mine named Matt invited me to hang out. I said sure, and then he qualified hanging out as "going to a extreme wrestling event" ... The event was being held in the next town over, in the ideal setting for any manly sporting event. Yes, I am of course referring to a bingo hall that, in another life, was a Walgreens drugstore.
Is he ... no he couldn't ... and yet ... Is he talking about an ECW show?
Alessandro "Hercules" Boondy
Just so you guys know: 75% of this crap [you read on the internet] is made up, either by the writer, or the wrestler the writer is getting the dirt from. Just so you know. -- Statement by "Tammy Sytch", from Hyatte's Dec. 29th column ... Lest we forget.
The lead story on ESPN.com right now is the announcement that they have hired a new writer for the website's Page 2. This is the writer's introduction to the world: (sports.espn.go.com) "Well, first off – I is not that important.