Introducing the Stunt Granny Hall of Fame!

It's a celebration, bitches!

This day marks the second anniversary of the start up of ye olde Stunt Granny. To celebrate such a momentous occasion, I am pleased to announce the official Stunt Granny Hall of Fame opens today! There will be four official wings therein:

Serious wrestlers: This wing celebrates the lineage that dates back to Frank Gotch and George Hackenschmidt. We’re talking about good workers, high flyers, brawlers, whatever. Serious money drawing, money making talent.

Fun wrestlers: We here at Stunt Granny are big fans of comedy in wrestling, as long as it is done right. For example, a fat white man dancing poorly while claiming to be from deepest, darkest Africa will beat a midget transvestite any day of the week.

Angles: We’re talking about memorable, money drawing angles that inspired you to buy the next PPV, go to the next show in your area, watch the next television show on your favorite cable network, etc. Abortions and miscarriages need not apply.

Matches: We at Stunt Granny don’t give two scoops of Kellogg’s Raisin Fuck if a match was four stars or only three and a quarter stars or whatever. We just know what we like to watch. These are the matches we wear out our Beta, VHS and DVD players to.

Each one of the five of us – me, Jeremy Maes, Eric Nelson, Kevin DiFrango, Jordan Smith – nominated five people or things per category. And then we voted on them. A nominee needed three or more “yes” votes in order to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. What follows will be four separate posts, one for each wing, listing the first annual inductees into each wing of the Hall. Before I get to that, I’d like to remind you that the Stunt Granny Hall of Fame is brought to you by Red Baron frozen pizza, which just so happens to be the best frozen pizza that could possibly happen. Perhaps you should enjoy a slice today, while reading about the inductees. – Dusty

Spoiler Alert~! Results from the WWE Superstars taping before Raw goes on the air

Did I win my match, mon? You better read Dusty's article below to find out, mon. I hope you're reading this in a Jamaican accent, mon!

Did I win my match, mon? You better read Dusty's article below to find out, mon. I hope you're reading this in a Jamaican accent, mon!

I am taking a break from watching the “Manos The Hands Of Fate” episode of Mystery Science Theatre to give you the results of the WWE Superstars taping, which took place at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois before the live Monday Night Raw episode went on the air.

In the dark match, Alex Riley defeated Jamie Noble. Then Sheamus defeated Yoshi Tatsu, and Jack Swagger & The Miz defeated Primo Colon & Kofi Kingston in a “One of these things is not like the others” tag team match-up.

Thank you to my colleague Eric Nelson for these results, as he and Stunt Granny friend/contributor Jordan Smith are at the Allstate Arena. Look forward to a post-Raw report from them in some fashion, as they will provide a first-hand view on the show. Remember, you can talk about Manos The Hands of Fate, Monday Night Raw, Superstars, the Allstate Arena and anything else you want by registering for our message board at – Dusty

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