|Our 2nd Anniversary||
TWO GOOD, BAD, AND UGLY YEARS
Two years? Nuh uh! There's no way that it was that long ago that I first decided to put fingers to keys and join the ranks of the unrequited writers of the world and poop out a pointless column about that nutty professional sports wrestling entertainment thingy.
Can it really be? Can it? Ah shit. I guess it can.
It's been a very long time since I retired from this gig, but I have been a daily visitor of Slashwrestling, lurking amongst the new names and opinions that pop up daily in the space I once called my own. Is that really Dean Malenko writing here now?
A lot has happened since I started my permanent sabbatical. I think a bullet list will look nice here.
It's an abbreviated list, I know, but my memory ain't what it used to be.
Before I sign off for another year, let me take a moment to rant about the current WWF storyline, Invasion.
Like every true fan of Wrestling, it was always my dream to see the WWF and WCW collide in the ring. Cross promotion of the two companies was always pure gold in my book. When these two companies were at the top of their respective games, it couldn't fail.
WCW is nowhere near the entity it used to be. In order for the WCW to be a viable force against the WWF there are three men that they need to sign.
The first is Sting. He represents loyalty. He is a man who is synonymous with WCW, having been a part of the company, in all of its incarnations, for an uninterrupted period longer than just about anyone. His presence is mandatory.
The second is Ric Flair. He represents tradition. Flair should be leading the charge against WWF. His charisma and workrate have never faltered in all the years that he has been a competitor in the squared circle. What better way for him to end out his career than with the greatest wrestling company in the world?
The third is Bill Goldberg. He represents the future. Goldberg is the meanest, toughest sonofabitch that WCW has ever cranked out. He gave The Big Show a jackhammer, for crying out loud! Vince McMahon needs to drive a dump truck full of money up to Big Bill's house and get his name on a contract. I want to see him mow over the WCW locker room for a couple of weeks before leading to a Goldberg versus Austin match at Summerslam. Rocky who?
But eh, that's just my opinion.
Happy Anniversary CRZ. Here's to another two years.
I am still Michaelangelo and will be forever.Michaelangelo
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