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Brief Thoughts On WWE Monday Night RAW Super Show 4/10/12

Brief Thoughts On WWE Monday Night RAW 4/10/12


Instead of posting the diss blog I planned on posting today, I’m going to B A STAR and give some brief thoughts on RAW. I know I’ve come off pretty negative about wrestling lately, but I was genuinely losing interest in the product which I’ve both watched and enjoyed for about as long as I could remember. Now that The Road To WrestleMania is over, and with past and new Superstars making their returns/debuts, WWE has a freshness to it that has been lacking for quite some time. Anyways, I finally watched RAW as it aired live instead of playing catch up on my DVR and decided to write a few brief thoughts since THE INFAMOUS fanbase keeps checking back on a daily basis for new updates and I’ve been somewhat of a neglectful blog owner as of late (thanks for the continued support, I really do appreciate it). If this goes over well, I plan on doing these on a regular basis. Why brief thoughts instead of THE REAL RAW SHYT? Well, it seems that wrestling fans have the shortest of all attention spans, so instead of wasting time writing over 3,000 words that are more likely going to get skimmed (I really hate when people do that), I rather keep it light since writing so much every time I post only ends up to me being burned out by the end of the week, resulting in less updates. So, join me as I return to what brought me to the dance so to speak, some good ol’ wrestling coverage! OK, I’M RELOADED!!!!! Read more…

THE REAL RAW SHYT: A WWE Monday Night RAW Review 1/30/12

THE REAL RAW SHYT: A WWE Monday Night RAW Review 1/30/12 


Welcome to the most provocative, sexy, innovative and highly intelligent look at Monday Night RAW this side of the equator, THE REAL RAW SHYT. Nominated for…well this shit ain’t nominated for a damn fucking thing, but if you’re reading this now then you already know what fucking time it is. Last week’s show ended in true soap opera fashion as John Laurinaitis position as the Interim General Manager of RAW was in jeopardy as Triple H was going to be blessing us with his motherfucking presence this week so he could evaluate the job John has been doing lately. Will the raspy voiced bastard be fired this week or will he get to keep his job? Find out after the jump, or go fuck yourself. The choice is yours… Read more…

A WWE Friday Night Smackdown 1/6/12 Review??? Naw, I Rather Get Laid, I NEED To Get Laid by The Blue Ball’d Meanie

A WWE Friday Night Smackdown 1/6/12 Review??? Naw, I Rather Get Laid, I NEED To Get Laid

by The Blue Ball’d Meanie (An INFAMOUS JCITY™ Creation)

Were you expecting a Friday Night Smackdown Review this week? Well, too fucking bad. I’m the Blue Ball’d Meanie and I’m here to bitch about my extremely sucky life as I watch the show I should have been reviewing, Friday Night Smackdown. Are you upset? Does this get you frustrated? Good, because I’ve been frustrated for years, sexually frustrated. The only reason I’m even writing this is because I have nothing else to do on a Friday night. I don’t have many friends, I definitely don’t have a girlfriend and I’m too damn poor to afford a night out on the town.  Read more…

THE IMPACT PLAYER: My Thoughts On Impact Wrestling 1/5/12

THE IMPACT PLAYER: My Thoughts On Impact Wrestling 1/5/12


Impact Wrestling is a good alternative to the WWE, but if you listen to the haters online, Impact Wrestling is nothing more than a punchline with everything that is wrong with the wrestling industry today. The hate towards the company brainwashes impressionable fans that have never heard of the company, but go out of their way to put the product down in some sort of blind allegiance to the WWE. All this ends up doing is turning off any potential fans Impact Wrestling could have gained if everybody wasn’t being so damn WWE biased. With that being said, I would like to welcome you to THE IMPACT PLAYER, where I will give you my thoughts on this week’s episode of Impact Wrestling.  Read more…

THE REAL RAW SHYT: My Brief Thoughts On Monday Night RAW 1/2/12 + The End Of The World As We Know It? I Guess It Was + The Outsider: Monday Night RAW Review… Triple Threat RAW Review Edition

THE REAL RAW SHYT: My Brief Thoughts On Monday Night RAW 1/2/12


[Editors Note: I guess the stars must have aligned because I finally decide to write about Monday Night RAW and to my surprise I already had a Monday Night RAW review by Alan in my inbox. Not only that, but Shaman’s Harvest decided he wanted to add his two cents on Chris Jericho’s WWE return. Instead of posting three different blogs on Monday Night RAW, I decided to add Alan and Shaman’s thoughts on the show to my Monday Night RAW Review. What would have been an epic blog on its own has become a Triple Threat of epic proportions. Things couldn’t have worked out better. This may not be the “premiere read” in the IWC, but it sure as hell is THE REAL RAW SHYT!]

With so much hype going into the January 2, 2012 edition of Monday Night RAW, there was no way in hell that I was going to miss it. I know I said I was never going to review wrestling shows ever again, but with the return of a major WWE Superstar and a WWE Champion Match, it was hard not to formula some kind of opinion and put it out there for mass consumption. As of this moment, this will be the only time I offer brief thoughts on any WWE show. I might bring this format back in the future if there is a demand for it, but for the most part, I’ve outgrown these reviews. When you write about the same thing week after week it becomes too fucking easy to become repetitive. There is only so many times I can say a match sucks, a match was good, the Divas never get a chance to shine, go into details about my fantasy of eating Kelly Kelly out from the back, my hatred for Santino Marella etc etc… So yeah, I decided to give some brief thought on this edition of RAW because I’m sure some of you will have an opinion on such a heavily hyped show and I would like you to be able to express yourself. We haven’t talked that REAL RAW SHYT in a long fucking time, so let’s get right to it.  Read more…

THE INFAMOUS Album Review: TKO “Prototype V” + Free Album Download

THE INFAMOUS Album Review: TKO “Prototype V” + Free Album Download


Over the summer, INFAMOUS CREW™ member TKO released his “Prototype V” album, which you can download for free by clicking here. This is the first time a TKO album is available for free download and I told him a while back that if he ever dropped a legit album that I can actually download and listen to then I would be more than happy to review that motherfucker. Seeing as I am a man of my word, I downloaded the album and the first thing I noticed was that TKO left off his biggest hit to date, “We See You” (John Cena Diss), which you can download for free by clicking here.

Before I start, I would just like to give TKO and any other artist reading this a word of advise, if and when you drop a song and it becomes a smash hit, build your album around that song. Use that song for promotion and push up the release date of your album, if not then just gather up some of your best songs that are not available to the public (or in this case chilling on YouTube collecting virtual dust) and release them as a mixtape so you can keep your name buzzing on the streets Internet until your official album release. Never let the hype fizzle out because in this fast food culture that is the Internet, people will stop checking for you if you’re not consistent. So yeah, where was I again? Oh yeah, the album review. In this review I’m going to keep it 100% real. Just because me and TKO are cool doesn’t mean that I will cut him any slack when it comes to this hiphop shit. I’m not kissing anybody’s ass with this shit, so if a song is good I will say that it’s good, but if a song fucking sucks then I’m going to rip it a new asshole. Let’s get to it… Read more…

My Thoughts On The WWE Survivor Series 2011 PPV

My Thoughts On The WWE Survivor Series 2011 PPV


On November 20, 2011, not only did The Rock make his in ring return to the WWE after a 7 year hiatus at the Survivor Series PPV, but the event also marked the 25th anniversary of one of WWE’s beloved Big 4 PPV’s. The Survivor Series PPV has provided me with tons of memorable moments in its vast 25 years of existence. From the debut of one of my favorite wrestlers of all time, The Undertaker, to his first WWF Championship win over Hulk Hogan, to the introduction of the Casket Match, to Undertakers “death” at the hands of Yokozuna and his cronies, to the start of the desention between Owen Hart and his brother Bret, to Bret Hart beating Diesel for the WWF Championship, thus ending his year-long reign as champion, to Bret Hart’s long anticipated return to the WWF in a match against “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, after he left following his Wrestlemania 12 championship loss against Shawn Michaels, to the now infamous Montreal Screwjob, Kurt Angle vs Undertaker, Steve Austin vs Triple H, the first ever Elimination Chamber, Batista vs Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell, and so many other great moments. Considering its 25 years of rich wrestling history, it would have been a shame if Vince McMahon went through with his plans of wishing the PPV the best in its future endeavours. To me, Survivor Series is more than just a PPV. When I was a young boy, Survivor Series marked the beginning of my Thanksgiving countdown and to be quite honest with y’all, I have never outgrown that tradition and I don’t think I ever will. With all that being said, I ordered my first fucking PPV since Money In The Bank. At first I wasn’t really feeling the card, but the return of The Rock and CM Punk possibly winning the WWE Championship sealed the deal for me. By the way, I was going to review the PPV live, but decided to make an event out of it instead. I invited a few people over, drank a few beers, smoked a few blunts and just enjoyed the fuck out of the 25th anniversary of the Survivor Series. Anyways, enough with the introduction, let’s get this motherfucker started…

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