Stunt Granny Audio #130

Come dancing - it's only natural...

Come dancing with Dusty and Kevin on Stunt Granny Audio #130! Find out why the guys are ripping on Eric Nelson and just how many trips to the hardware store it’s going to take for Eric to get his balls back. In addition to that, the gang talks about what’s been going on on Smackdown lately that’s got Dusty so chipper lately. They also give a rundown on the happenings on Raw, including Sheamus getting unjustly positioned down the totem pole a bit, CM Punk being in a holding pattern, John Cena channeling Kevin Nash, and oh yeah, some talk on that Rock guy as well. There’s so much zany fun to go around, you have to listen to every last second or else you will suffer an early death! So do so now!

Stunt Granny Audio #130

Poor little booger: Jimmy Jacobs is sad

Found this one while surfing around on Twitter: Jimmy Jacobs turned the ol’ Flip camera on himself, but instead of singing brilliant but poorly mixed love songs to the sexified Lacey, he’s now crying about how he’s been a wrestler for 12 or 15 or whatever years and still can’t get a break. I come at this from two different directions. One, I don’t know what “kind” of wrestling I really like, and honestly, I don’t know if anyone *should* like one “kind” of wrestling (garbage, technical, brawling, high-flying, WWE, All Japan,,,). To me, wrestling is like music: No matter the genre, if it’s good, I’ll like it. That said, one of my absolute favorite matches I’ve ever seen live was the violent and bloody cage match between Jimmy Jacobs and (ugh) BJ Whitmer at Ring of Honor show in Detroit. The emotion, the gore, the gimmicks, and (yawn) the sacrifice was tremendous, and it’s one of the few matches I go back to watch on ROH DVDs anymore.

Two, the other side of this from which I come… quit comparing yourself to CM Punk, who clearly deserves everything he has achieved, and Alex Shelley, who has entertained his way to that 60-inch television, quit being a bitch, quit resting on the fact that you’ve wrestled since you were 15 and you think that somehow entitles you to something, and make a fucking money-drawing career for yourself.

Comments on this YouTube page debate whether or not this was a work. If it is, it’s a good but long-winded promo. If it’s not, well, buck up, little guy, strap on those fuzzy boots and sell your soul to TNA! Aunt Dixie’s got a warm apple pie and a multi-year contract waitin’ for ya. HUSS! HUSS! HUSS! -Eric

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