CM Punk’s Long Term Plan

The long term effects of alcohol will be of no concern to CM Punk

A little more than a month ago, I asked of CM Punk “Does he cry at night that he gets to say what’s wrong but it doesn’t actually solve the problem?” I got my answer in an interview that Punk had with Mickey, Amelia & Spiegel  on 98 Rock in Baltimore (thanks Prowrestling.net)

I recognize I still have a lot of stuff left to do. People need to get comfortable at the idea that stuff doesn’t happen overnight. I’m in this for the long haul, and I’m such a student of the game. I actually care so much, I’m not looking at tomorrow for everything to be different and better, I’m looking 10 years from now.

I’m very happy that he is in it for the long haul but it’s still hard to tolerate the long string of poor shows as showcased by the three-hour Monday Night Raw this week. The only type of person that will help turn around this company is someone who has a vision for the better and is willing to tough out this downturn. Punk finally got the stamp of approval from WWE management a couple of months ago so it would be too much to ask for him to have gotten more of his ideas thrown into the writing mix. I’ll hope that he helps to push guys behind the scenes to make something happen on their own like Zack Ryder did. I’ll expect his on-air bitching to continue — even though in some instances, he may be pulling back the curtain too far. Now if I could only promise that I’ll be watching in ten years when CM Punk and others help get this sinking ship turned around. -Kevin

The 12 Days of Jesus H. Christmas: Day 3 – IWA-Mid South: Going Out Of Business Since 2002

(For the 12 days leading up to Christmas, Stunt Granny will relive with you the 12 most head-slapping, dipshitty stories of 2011, the things that made us wonder why we still watch professional wrestling and support some of these dingbats. And the king of these dingbats may also be the “king of the death match;” that is to say, the guy most willing to bash his own skull in with a fluorescent light tube in the parking lot of the Taco Bell where he works, Ian Rotten. Follow the tragic story of Rotten attempting to keep IWA-Mid South afloat. And don’t be ashamed to laugh.)

(Originally posted March 29, 2011) Posted yesterday on the IWA Mid South message board (here’s the whole thread: http://iwamidsouth.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=IWA&action=display&thread=6207&page=1):

Effective immediately, IWA-MS is closing its doors.

Anyone interested in purchasing our ring, sound system, concession items (pizza oven, popcorn maker ect.) or the IWA-MS video library, should call 815-528-0792 for more information.

Thank you all for your years of patronage and support.

So seriously how much does Ian expect to get for what has to be an ancient pizza oven? That thread is something else, by the way. Who the bleep is Billy Gram? Why is he stirring shit on a message board? More importantly, how long until IWA-MS has their big comeback show? My guess is a month. – Dusty

Day 1: Ric Flair still can’t keep his finances straight
Day 2: Bret Hart on Twitter, put the letter “S” in front of the wrong word 

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