Stunt Granny Sports Show #11

Yes indeed it is yet another Stunt Granny Sports Show. Jeremy and Eric2 are back and get right in to the big stories for a change. They discuss the Aaron Hernandez problem. How stupid is this guy? Is it worse t leave a trail of bred crumbs or a trail of chewing gum? Does the color matter? Just how does technology work? Does smashing your cell phone erase history? How happy is Tim Tebow that the spotlight is not on him for a change? Why was Tim Tebow hanging at a bar anyway? Manny Ramirez, remember him? Well he is back with the Texas Rangers on a minor league contract Problem is, um, wasn’t this guy suspended for a hundred games? How did he get around that? Does MLB understand simple arithmetic? Why is it acceptable for Ramirez to return to baseball in the states while MLB is actively pursuing removing layers they have no concrete proof of using P.E.D’s?  There is also some Dwight Howard talk. How much of a surprise is it that he chose not to return to The Lakers? Eric2 has some choice words on the matters wile Jeremy wonders just what is the difference between a zebra and a giraffe. Of course this leads in to a discussion on Giraffe fighting, hence the video. So enjoy.

Stunt Granny Sports Show #11

Stunt Granny Sports Show #10

1f6b195c-bebb-3b23-aa0e-0380f0bbe900So can you guess what Eric2 and Jeremy talk about this week? After a brief snafu with the numbering scheme the boys get down to business and make fun of the pomposity in the reactions to basebrawl between The Arizona Diamondbacks and The Los Angeles Dodgers. Was it even a brawl? Who released ten years of frustrations by strangling another persons jersey? Who has the best brawls in sports? Should they be allowed as part of the game?  Why don’t the bullpens just start fighting immediately instead of running all the way to the infield? Who are sports made for? When did sports marketing chnge to focus on families? Why the single paying customers have to put up with that? Should children even be allowed at games? The boys share their stadium experiences and explain why it was way better than it is today. Oh and how they turned out just fine with all of the things they hve seen and heard.  So give it  a listen. You have downloaded worse we are sure of it.

Hulk Hogan makes rounds in media, disses Obama, Tim Tebow, Bobby Roode

Hulk Hogan has been making the media rounds this week to plug TNA’s “Super Bowl of Wrestling” (yuck), Bound For Glory, airing this Sunday on pay-per-view and bound for, at most, 10,000 buys. Anyway, in the video above, Hogan appears on ESPN SportsNation (does every god damn show need two words that run together?), calling out Tim Tebow, or should I say, “Tim TiVo” for completely nondescript reasons, like having small legs. I’m pretty sure Hulk Hogan, one of the biggest stars of the 1980s, has never heard of Tim Tebow, one of the bigger names in football today, and that says more about Hogan’s obliviousness and nothing about his faded star power.

Speaking of people and things Hogan knows shit about, according to Prowrestling.net, he claimed on the the Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton radio show on WFAN in New York that he used to wrestle Pride fighters when he wrestled a lot in Japan. That was the late late 1970s and early 1980s, when Pride was only a twinkle in Kakutougi’s eye. But, as always with the Hulkster, never let 93,173 people get in the way of a good story.

Hogan also appeared on Fox News Channel, saying he no longer supports President Barack Obama, who Hogan claims has done nothing in the past three years to make America better (OK, not every tale is a tall one). He says he himself would make a better president because:

I’ve been around, people know me, they know everything about me, they know I’m for real, they know I know nothing about politics.

Nope, he only knows about the bullshit of the politics, M I RITE DUSTY!

And according to Prowrestling.net, Hogan appeared on the Sirius XM show Busted Open and proclaimed that Bobby Roode, who headlines this Sunday’s Bound For Glory, TNA’s biggest PPV of the year, in a world title match against Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle, sucks.

Nah, he’s not ready. He’s not the next guy. Ya’ know, they might think he is. Dixie Carter might think he is. The whole world might think he is. He’s not the next guy.

Once again, not every tale Hogan tells is tall. -Eric

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