Wednesday, January 28, 2009

GMV: The Build-Up Begins

As Big mentioned, Mickey Rourke is planning on being at Wrestlemania, going so far as to call out Chris Jericho.

Larry King, I give you the floor...


13 comments:

Bear said...

I can't tell if he's actually doing his Bad Guy schtick or if he is truly pissed at Mickey Rourke. I guess that's why he's a great mic guy!

gerry dorsey said...

i generally like jericho, but he came off really douchey there. mickey handled him well and i particularly enjoyed him calling jericho "son" at the end.

not to mention jericho is breaking one of gerry dorsey's hard and fast rules of life: never get yourself mixed up in an "old man fight." you have NOTHING to gain.

j-bizzle said...

i'm going to echo gerry by saying that jericho was definitely being a douche.

but you never know what vince mcmahon has his grubby little paws on. rourke's initial comment and jericho's comments during this interview could be the start of a build up similar to what we saw from big show and money mayweather last year.

but, then again, i am not nearly the professional wrestling aficionado that big and brown are.

Brown said...

It's his character and his current bit. This is all part of the storyline build-up to Wrestlemania. It's good because it's different from Big Show and Mayweather, Kane and Pete Rose or Bam Bam Bigelow and Lawrence Taylor.

The "real" Chris Jericho is the guy you'll see on "I love the 80's" and "Best Week Ever"...or if you're a fan of the band, Fozzy.

gerry dorsey said...

brown that's actually the reason i like jericho is b/c he always seems so cool when he's not doing "wrestely" (put that in your vocab) shit.

Sir Arthur Chillumsworth III Esq. said...

**Spoiler Alert**

Opinion Poll: Did Randy Raminski complete the Ram Jam finishing move on the Ayatollah or did he die in the ring and live in infamy?

I think this question is far more important...

TB&TB...your rebuttal.



(and yes there are two "t"s in rebuttal, ironic?)

j-bizzle said...

His stage name was Randy "The Ram" Robinson, a play on his real name, Robin Ramzinski...much like "The Rock" is a play on Dwayne Johnson and "Hulk Hogan" is a play on Terry Bollea......wait, no...

Anyway, the answer to Chillumsworth's question is....yes. I submit that the Ram completes the Ram Jam on the Ayatollah, and in doing so ends up on top of him in the pin position. However, the impact from jumping off the top rope causes his heart to finally say "I give," and he dies as he gets the 3-count.

Sir Arthur Chillumsworth III Esq. said...

I heard that in the unrated version, as he lands the finisher you see that gnarly scar on his chest rip open and his heart pops out. Uber dramatic.

Brown said...

Word to the wise, Bizzle, don't engage Chillumsworth in argument.

He'll make time to beat you into submission with inanity.

He taught me everything I know.

Sir Arthur Chillumsworth III Esq. said...

What's the record for most comments on a TB & TB post? Let's go for it...

j-bizzle said...

i think we got 13 arguing about mariah carey last year when she passed elvis for the most #1 singles record or something along those lines

Bear said...

Well add two more because I'll be dammed if that Whore Bag Mariah Carey and her husband Nick Cannon, Cannon (probably only Big and Badlander will get why I said his last name twice) will beat Rourke and Jericho!

j-bizzle said...

rabble rabble rabble big bear hate mariah carey raaaaaaawwwwwrrrrr!!!