***NASH 112% SIGNED WITH WWA (and hott pixs of Torrie)***
"Nobody loves the custodian. I come and I sweep and vacuum for you. When you're in the mood to go to the bathroom, I even disinfect it for you! This is the thanks I get?!? All who defy me shall be dis-infected!"
Wrestlezone was the first site I frequented when I first came online. I stopped about 3 months later because they NEVER reported anything that wound up happening and it had a tendency to piss me off.
As it stands, the only news site I visit is lordsofpain because they're good for keeping it on the straight and narrow without needing to make stuff up. I visit the Torch as well, but everything winds up on LOP anyway, so I only go for the analysis pieces and retro interviews.
Cool, I thought I was the only one who ever went to Wrestlezone! That was the first site I started visiting, too, but I still go to it because it's great. You can tell the people who run it are complete idiots. They always have such interesting headlines, too. Good stuff!
"Damn you Rock-Em Sock-Em Robots! Can't we all just get along?"
I am also one of those poor suckers who read wrestlezone when I started watching wrestling again after a hiatus. The one thing I noticed about them is that they do take 'real' news and put there own twist on it.
There needs to be a wrestlezone.com reader support group
Never been there but they seem to be going after the tabloid angle. I run straight news at my site but was thinking of switching to ridiculous tabloid type titles. After hearing your responses though I think I'll stick to straight news.
Chubby I can't see your pick brotha.
Visit www.nwowwf.net because it's just toooo.....well it's a cheaply made site with a great name but the forum ROCKS!!
Personally I always love those >>>>>****Lita and Trish in the shower-->>Click here****<<<<< kinda things. I don't click them but I just love seeing them. Also a favorite of mine was the 'Kane in a bar unmasked' one a few years ago..
"...And I use that to fuck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
Didn't the writer (Ashish?) realize four million buys for the first Wrestlemania, with a relatively steady decline in each succeeding Wrestlemania, was a bit odd? Four million buys at 30 bucks each is $122,400,000. At 20 it's $81,600,000.