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THE INFAMOUS CREW™ Writer Of The Year: Shaman’s Harvest

I’ve had alot of talented people stop by theinfamousjcity.com and bless the spot with some great columns and insight on the wrestling business. From Ace Hart’s rankings of WWE Superstars, Ana_ZackPack’s female view on the business, Kieran’s sophisticated and highly intelligent take on the WWE, my wife Meek3rz stopping by and exposing Cody Rhodes as a homosexual, Wrestling Ramble’s very own Ray The Rambler coming through with a blog or two, the resurrection of The Modern Native, and TKO writing about the Invasion angle and hooking it up with some dope ass music, it’s safe to say that THE INFAMOUS CREW™ had every aspect of the game on lock. You might have noticed that I left out two writers from that list didn’t you? Well, that’s because I look at them differently than the rest. They are the two most consistent writers on the site and while I appreciate everybody’s contributions as equally as I can, and there is no doubt in my mind that every guest blog I have ever received has helped the site grow, it just wouldn’t have been the same without the contributions of Tony Kegger and Shaman’s Harvest. They are my MVP’s. They are my ALL-STARS, and they make me want to become a better writer.

With that being said, I can only give this prestigious accolade to one writer. People have asked me who my favorite writer on this site is other than myself and I’ve always jokingly said that I would wait until the end of the year to give an answer. I was only half serious, but here we are, it’s the end of the fucking year already. Damn did it go by fast, huh? Anyways, the reason I’ve avoided this question is because I hate picking favorites. Tony has been with this site since the beginning and has written many great columns. I have even joined him in writing some of his “What If…” columns and it has been a pleasure both working with him and providing him with a place where he could have his work read by thousands of people. Read more…

Worst Wrestler Of The Year: Sin Cara

Sin Cara was positioned to be the next big thing in the WWE. A high-flying luchador that was supposed to bring a new style to the company and eventually replace an aging Rey Mysterio. There was so much hype before his debut, and when you add the fact that he was Triple H’s first development talent, there was no room for failure, but fail he did. The first time I saw Sin Cara compete, he was amazing. He had a style I have not seen since the days of the WCW Cruiserweight Division, but then it happened. He botched a move. Nothing major though, so I overlooked it. The next time I saw Sin Cara in the ring, he was doing all of his fancy moves and then, you guessed it, he botched again. Read more…

Epic Failure Of The Year (Female): Kharma Being Pregnant

Kharma isn’t your average (sized) WWE Diva. She’s fat, she’s ugly, and she’s the most repulsive looking bitch in the history of professional wrestling. Yes, even worse than Luna Vachon. If you asked me how this bitch was conceived, I would probably tell you that her mother got gangbanged by King Kong Bundy, The Notorious B.I.G, Big Daddy V, Kamala, Rick Ross and Donkey Kong. I would then go on to say that all of their semen fused together in her mother’s womb and nine months later out came this gorilla marilla looking bitch. I’m sorry if it seems that I’m overreacting to her physical apperance, but this bitch is fucking hideous. She looks like Mark Henry in drag. She looks like an extra in the next Planets of the Apes movie. She looks like Precious had a baby with Junior from The Cleveland Show. She looks like… I think you get the point. Anyways, this bitch overcame all the odds put in front of her due to her physical appearance and finally made it to the WWE after years of toiling away in the independent wrestling scene and TNA’s Knockout Division. She was built as a monster type Diva who was set to destroy the Barbie type hoes in the WWE. She was poised to dominate and bring life to a weak Divas Division.

Her future in the WWE looked bright, so what does the bitch do to celebrate her new found career as a WWE Diva? Read more…

Epic Failure Of The Year (Male): Matt Hardy

I used to be a huge Matt Hardy fan. When he left the WWE in order to join his brother in Impact Wrestling I thought that he was going to seize the opportunity and reinvent himself. I wanted him to win and believed that he would quickly climb the ladder of success in the Florida based wrestling organization when nobody else believed in him. Matt Hardy reinvented himself alright, but it was the complete opposite of what his fans wanted to see. Matt went “Cold Blooded”, which must have been secret Hardy code for “Drugs Are Life” because for most of 2011, I was wondering if Matt Hardy was still a Professional Wrestler or the World’s Stupidest Crackhead. After seeing his younger brother battle his demons, you would have thought that Matt would have led by example and tried his best to help his brother get his shit together, but that wasn’t the case here. Matt wanted to one up Jeff, so he publicly started dabbling in the world of illicit drugs, alcohol consumption and pharmaceutical narcotics. What followed next was a car crash, numerous arrests, unemployment, a fake suicide attempt, rehab, getting kicked out of rehab and more motherfucking rehab.  Read more…

Sluttiest Whore Of The Year: Chyna *NSFW*

In 2011, Chyna made her long awaited return to the world of professional wrestling by making an appearance on TNA Impact! where she was announced to be Kurt Angle’s tag team partner for TNA’s Sacrifice PPV where they faced off against Jeff and Karen Jarrett. Fans greeted her with open arms and I was excited to see what she would bring to the TNA Knockouts Division. Her wrestling return was short-lived though as Chyna pursued another career choice, being a pornographic actress. Chyna is no stranger to porn as she already has a movie in the adult video market titled “1 Night In China”, but that was an amateur movie that was never supposed to be seen by the public. Her ex-boyfriend Sean “X-Pac” Waltman ended up selling the footage to a porn company called RedLight District and the rest is XXX history. They both shared the movies profits and Chyna even won a AVN award for Top Selling Release of the Year in 2006.

The money and fame provided by the adult industry must have been more than it was in TNA because Chyna reached out to Vivid and signed up to release her first professional pornographic movie titled “Backdoor To Chyna”. She went from competing in TNA, to showing T and getting fucked up the A because the main selling point of her movie was Chyna taking it up the ass, and by “it” I mean Evan Stone’s dick. In this pornographic film, Chyna sucked a total of five cocks, two of which she sucked and fucked at the same time, had sexual relations with four females, and took loads to her face, breasts, stomach, and her extremely odd looking vagina. She may not be in wrestling anymore, but she sure as hell seems to be well acquainted with CM Punk Semen Spunk (see what I did there?). Speaking of wrestling, this stupid bitch has tried to reach out to the WWE saying she has at least one more match left in her, but I seriously doubt that the WWE would want to associate themselves with this professional cumbucket. To make matters worse, Chyna is now listed as an Adult Escort, which is just a fancy schmancy term for hooker/prostitute.

For journalistic purposes only, I have CUMpiled images of Chyna’s most recent sexcapades to further illustrate why I consider her to be the sluttiest whore of the year. Be warned, these images are NSFW, so if that isn’t your thing, thanks for reading, but your journey ends here. Read more…

Most Improved Wrestler Of The Year: Tie ~ Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes

2011 was the year where established veterans and the younger wrestlers alike stepped their game up. It was hard to narrow this down to only one person, so I went with the two who stood out the most. This time last year Mark Henry absolutely sucked. He was nothing more than enhancement talent used to make others look good. His ring attire didn’t do him any favors either as fans compared Henry to the Kool Aid man. All that changed in 2011. After being drafted to Smackdown, Henry switched up his whole style. He finally got the chance to start over and became the monster heel his size dictates him to be.

After years of being thought of as a joke, Henry took out all of his pent-up aggression on any WWE Superstar that got in his way. To prove that he was the biggest baddest motherfucker in the WWE, he put Big Show and Kane on the shelf. Henry also did what people have said he would never do, he won the World Heavyweight Championship. Not only did he finally win his first major title after being in the WWE for 15 years, he beat Randy Orton for it. Henry was the most dominant wrestler of 2011, but not only did he improve on his overall character, he also improved on the mic, cutting the best promos of his career. As for Cody Rhodes… Read more…

Impact Wrestling Superstar Of The Year: Sting

In a company as inconsistent as Impact Wrestling, Sting proved to be the most consistent performer of the year. Sting’s 2011 kicked off with rumors of him debuting in the WWE on 2/21/11 to face The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 27. As we all know, those rumors were false as Sting continued to defy the McMahon wrestling empire by resigning with TNA (Impact Wrestling). Upon his arrival, Sting captured the TNA World Heavyweight Championship which he won twice in 2011. Sting dominated the competition in the first half of 2011 as he defeated the likes of Jeff Hardy, Mr. Anderson and RVD. After losing the title the first time, Sting snapped and started acting deranged.

His character found new life as an insane Heath Ledger as Joker type personality. He recaptured the TNA Heavyweight Championship and not only did he defend it, he tried to take on Impact Wrestling’s main heel stable, Immortal, on his own. Sting wanted to strip Immortal of their control of the company and would spend the majority of the year trying to get Hogan to agree to a match with him. After Sting lost his championship to Kurt Angle he began to focus more of his attention on restoring the Impact Wrestling brand. He finally got his wish when he wrestled Hulk Hogan at Bound For Glory, turning Hogan face in the process. Not only did he bring out the “real” Hulk Hogan, he also won back control of the company which allowed Dixie Carter to reclaim what was rightfully hers. Read more…