View Poll Results: Who Is The Best Forum Poster & Therefore A Legend?

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  • Age Of Fall

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  • Robstar

    2 4.65%
  • IPEEINTHESHOWER

    7 16.28%
  • SilverGhost

    2 4.65%
  • Belzova

    6 13.95%
  • None Of These - It's ME!!!

    8 18.60%
  • Who Are These Idiots?

    12 27.91%
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  1. #7421
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    Quote Originally Posted by SESAfro View Post
    I'd take So Cal over Velvet any day.

    In other news, some Layla action.



    Layla is hot but what is she doing. Lol

  2. #7422
    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    Layla is hot but what is she doing. Lol
    Trying to shake what her momma gave her.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SESAfro View Post
    Trying to shake what her momma gave her.
    Miley Cyrus twerks better than her.

  4. #7424
    I'm coming here Friday night to see the pictures of

     

    Katilyn dressed as AJ.
    Just he thought of that makes me want to watch Smackdown.

  5. #7425
    Quote Originally Posted by SESAfro View Post
    I'd take So Cal over Velvet any day.

    In other news, some Layla action.



    In the first picture, she is just messing around but with the others 0_o

    E-fed: Jackson "The Boss" Smith- IWA & former ICW superstar
    DJ "The Ladies Man" Williams w/ Rosita-EWNCW
    Devon "Just Damn Good" Jones

  6. #7426

    If the EWN was part of a Superhero Universe. :D

    Haven't done this in a while.



    Your Superhero name: Lexington Facerape (Bodom suggested this to me along time ago)

    Your Sidekick: Bodom

    Your Arch Enemy: Dennis

    Your Arch Enemy's Henchman: B-Mac

    The person whose always in distress:

    The good guy turned bad: Darkside Ron Garvin

    I'm just kind of throwing names out there for my list. But I think your guy's list would be a lot funnier.

  7. #7427
    Name: Attila PowerPiper (stupid name that's also really awesome in an ironic way)

    Sidekick: I have no friends

    Arch Enemy: The Legion of Mods

    One whom is always in distress: The various trolls (the trick is to save them, fly real high, and drop them)

    Kriptonite: Clones (alt accounts)

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    Name: Van (Original I know.)

    Sidekick: Drunk boy! (Tomsta)

    Arch enemy: Reality

    1 in distress: I'd say Dennis but I'm not sure he's savable lol

    Good guy gone bad: Me.

  9. #7429
    Your Superhero name: Kronik

    Your Sidekick: BluntMan (SLEEPY LOCO1)

    Your Arch Enemy: Those who think their opinions are the most exciting, spectacular and important thing going on in the interweb.

    Your Arch Enemy's Henchman: The Trolls

    The person whose always in distress: Anyone who reads one of these assholes threads.

    The good guy turned bad: ME BITCHES!

    Kryptonite: A seed in my weed.


     





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    Wrestling Literature

    Now, I'm a fan of Wrestling autobiographies, and I've read a few of them:

    - Jericho's books, A

    - Foley's books, B+ (I felt the third, while probably the most about backstage politics, was pretty meh).

    But I've recently grabbed a pair of books by a man currently on WWE products. His name is Dutch Mantell--the Dirty Dutchman, or as he is known in WWEland, Zeb Colter. I highly recommend you check out both of his books if you like tales about wrestlers of the part era and the start of some of the older, but still current roster. He covers stuff like Lawler and Memphis, Puerto Rico wrestling, and early stories of Taker and Kane. All of it is told very well and has a strong "stories from your crazy uncle" feel to it.

    His first book is The World According to Dutch and the 2nd is Tales from a Dirt Road. Both good reads.

    Anyone else got any recommendations?
    D.O.A.

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