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Sports and Fighting / Re: Baseball stuff
« on: July 25, 2012, 06:20:43 PM »
hopefully the dodgers will be satisfied with Ramirez and leave Dempster be for a week.

Sports and Fighting / Re: Baseball stuff
« on: July 25, 2012, 08:14:31 AM »
Also looks like the Marlins are trading Hanley Ramirez to the Dodgers.

But fuck all that noise. I want to see Dempster DECLINE a trade. The Cubs have been red hot like Ray Willmott since the end of June, and are pulling themselves out of the basement.

The hitting has nothing to do with it. Half the guys in the starting lineup only know how runs are scored when they are on defense.

The key has been the pitching, more specifically, the starting rotation. Maholm has won five straight, Samardzija is rapidly become their ace, Garza and Dempster have been ricockulous in this recent stretch.

Trading Dempster (to either Atlanta or the Dodgers, per his approval) and with the rumors of both Garza and Maholm now on the block as well?

Catastrophic. The Cubs will be covered in dust and mold, they'll be so far in the fucking basement.

Stop talking to other teams, Theo. Go with what you fucking got already.

PPV / Respect, Choices, Cowardice (I of II vs Jester Smiles)
« on: July 24, 2012, 07:25:34 AM »



The sweat pour profusely from the face of Lunatikk Crippler, as he does push up after push up. The training for RISE has already begun, and RISE draws nearer and nearer every single day.


Crippler continues to push himself hard, up and down in a fluid motion. This is a night he has been waiting for for a very long time. This is a match he has been craving, salivating over since Reckoning Day.

This is a match he has needed since Revolution 93, when his professional life mixed with his personal one.

That was the day the line was crossed. That was the day everything changed, and the day Jester Smiles will soon live to regret.

For months now, I've stood by and watched Jester Smiles play his little games.

He's sneak attacked me after I had just got done wrestling nearly a full hour in defense of the Sin City Championship.

He's hit me from behind during one of the more brutal street fights I've ever found myself a part of.

He's cost me the Rule of Surrender championship.

He's struck, and then he's run, and when the time came for me to strike back?

His feet didn't fail him in his retreat.

I can take all that. I can deal with it. It's the nature of professional wrestling, and after fifteen long years in this industry, I think it's safe to say I've become more than accustomed to it.

But Jester Smiles took things further than he should have. He went over the line.

He laid his hands on my wife.

He held her captive, just to prove some kind of sick point to me. He tortured her psychologically, and emotionally, and because of his choices, his actions, my marriage has been affected.

Jester Smiles made this thing between us personal.

And THAT was a huge mistake.

The Crippler reaches over and picks up a white towel, which he proceeds to use to mop the swear off his face, and as well the floor. He's pulled himself into a seated position. He grabs a nearby bottle of water, cold by the looks of the condensation on the plastic, and takes a nice, long drink from it. He pulls up his knee, draping his arm across it, and resting his forehead against forearm. The workout is normally quite taxing, but Lunatikk Crippler has been pushing himself extra hard for this one.

The Crippler lifts his head, and looks to his right. The camera pans out, and we see what has caught his attention. Photographs and posters line the room. Pictures of Lunatikk Crippler, holding championships, smiling next to friends, and men Crippler has come to respect. A promotional picture featuring Jack Daniels and The Crippler, for a NWF Pay Per View, is prominent on the wall. Jack was never a friend, but through all the wars the two have had, mutual respect had blossomed between them, and that fight was as good as any other they've had, perhaps even better. A Falls Count Anywhere, Anything Goes brawl that ended up in the parking garage of the arena, a match that only ended when Daniels put Crippler through the retractable roof of a convertable, and was finally able to cover him for the three.

He looks further left, still, and it's a more recent picture. Lunatikk Crippler holding the SHOOT Project's Sin City Championship, the night he won the title at Master of the Mat. He's surrounded by group of people, including Loco Martinez and Rocky Stellar, Jaime Alejandro, and one of the men he defeated to win that gold, Maya Nakashima. Next to him, eyes sparking wide, smile lines on her face from the uncontained glee she shared with her husband, is Miko West.


When I came back to SHOOT Project, just over a year ago, I was only looking for one thing.

It wasn't money. I've made enough cash throughout my career that I didn't need to take the payday that Jason Johnson offered me, just to come work for him.

I came here for respect.

I wasn't stupid, either. I knew I'd have to start from scratch here. Pull myself up to the top, starting from the bottomest of bottoms. And that?

That was fine by me.

So I took on all comers. Whether it was Crazy Boy, or Alex Cruz, or Cronos Diamante. Didn't matter if it was Danny Corsair or Maya Nakashima.

I went out there with determination, drive, and heart. These three things that Jester Smiles seems to have forgotten.

And, to be modest, I think I've done pretty okay for myself. I'm the longest reigning Sin City Champion in history. I won the Sin City Championship Series. I lasted to the final four in the 50 man Redemption Rumble.

I made my mark in SHOOT Project history by defeating Tanya Black and Crazy Boy at Reckoning Day, the grandest stage in all of SHOOT.

In more than one full year, my shoulders have not yet been pinned, nor have I been forced to submit.

So, naturally, Jester, I was sure someone was going to come along and shit in my Cheerios, and sure enough, you made your grand return at Reckoning Day. And who know that in just a few short weeks, you'd change my life forever.

Crippler is standing now, face to face with the photo, face to face with his beautiful wife. The smile and the look in her eyes was so genuine, it was infectious. She was, to the truest definition of the word, happy for her husband. And he was happy, too. Happy that he was able to share in his moment with his wife, and his friends.

It's been a long time since he's seen that smile. That twinkle in her eyes.

Miko hasn't been herself. Since the incident with Jester, she has, for lack of a better term, withdrawn herself from her husband.

They argue. Most married couples do.

She no longer wants anything to do with professional wrestling, at all. She has stood firm on this for some time, now.

Problem with that is Crippler's brand new contract he had signed literally minutes before seeing his wife, scared for her life, broadcast across the world.

Perhaps the bigger problem is that Crippler's first love was, is, and always will be professional wrestling.

Miko hasn't spoken to him since she lectured him following the Sin City Street Fight. She really let him have it that night. After all the blood, all the carnage, and all the pain she saw her husband in, she could no longer contain herself. It was SHOOT.....or her.

Can I let you in on a little secret, Jester?

I'm not afraid of you.

You don't intimidate me, you don't scare me, you don't make my fucking knees shake.

You don't give me goosebumps, you don't make me jump at things that go bump in the night.

You make me want to fucking vomit.

You sit on your high horse, acting like you're doing us all favors, like you were sincerely trying to do me a solid when you put your hands on my wife, and scared the wits out of her.

Like you're some sort of deluded, tragic hero that nobody understand. I think they call that "emo".

You fancy yourself as some sort of Savior, and yet, you feel that no one is worth saving.

Except yourself. You're always willing to save yourself, first and foremost.

Just like every time things got physical between you and I. Did you ever SHOOT straight? Did ya come at me face to face, like a man would do?

No. You know damn well you did not. You slithered up from behind. You hit me when I was at my most vulnerable. My weakest.

Whether it was in the middle of a match, after a match, or a sucker punch from behind a wall of human meat shields, you never looked me in the eyes and popped me one.

That I could have respected. I WOULD HAVE respected it.

Instead, you floated from behind like a butterfly, you sting like a bee.

And you ran like a pussy.

That, Jester, makes you a filthy fucking coward. It makes you the lowest common denominator.

It makes you afraid.

I don't have any respect for cowards, Jester. Doesn't matter the situation. You made the bed, but instead of lying in it, you piss in it, and run away to find dry sheets.

And now, thanks to your latest stroke of genius, we get to play rough. The SHOOT Project absolved of any and all responsibility, will not be held liable for any bodily harm inflicted upon either one of us.

This close to RISE, and you change your gameplan. Well done.

It was killing him. The choice. He loves Miko, there's no doubt about that. But wrestling's all he's ever known. It's the only thing he's ever done where he's felt...important. Loved. Feared. Hated. All rolled into one.

Respected. Nothing quite gets the emotion flowing like this does.

Add to the fact that this all started with that fucking clown, that eats away at him like acid.

The Crippler balls up his fists and tears his gaze away from the picture. The decision is going to have to wait.

There's more training to be done. This fight isn't going to fight itself.

You knew it was coming. You absolutely knew we were gonna get signed, sooner or later, whether you like it or not.

So, you decided to do one last mind fuck.

The contract. Which I signed without a second glance. Just like, I'm sure, you knew I would.

I never said cowards couldn't be smart, Jester. I'm sure it's all been a part of your little game with me. I'm sure you've planned it down to every last detail, down from the moment your drew my name from your little lottery machine, to the point where we are today.

Counting down the days.



Twelve. It will go on and on until the clock reaches the final second of the final hour, and we're left with just you, and just me, and time has run out.

And then, Jester?

There's no more running.

There's no more games.

It's nut up or shut up. It's survival of the fittest. Dog eat dog.

It's Jester Smiles, the jaded evil clown versus Lunatikk Crippler.

The Whole Fucked Up Show.

The Sin City Street Fight was probably the best thing I could do to prepare myself for this fight. I know it's going to be brutal. Unforgiving. Twisted.

I know it is, because I'm going to make damn sure of it.

No rules. No count out, no DQ. Which means we go until there's a winner.

Or until one of us cannot continue any longer.

I hope you're truly prepared for all of this. All your games, your duck and run tactics, don't mean SHIT anymore.

All of our accomplishments, all of our accolades. Who gives a fuck?

All it's about now is fist meeting flesh. Steel meeting flesh.

Anything that's not nailed down? It's going to hit your flesh.

If I get bored enough, I'll pry up the nailed down shit and beat you with it, too.

Doubt it will come to that. Me getting bored, I mean. I've been waiting for this for such a long time, I can't believe we're so close to the fateful day.

I've even sent you an invite to the event on Facebook, just so you don't forget.

You also shouldn't forget a few things that I think you didn't take into account.

I'm still Lunatikk Crippler. I was hardcore before hardcore was cool.

I can be as Brutal and Inhuman as Adrian Corazon.

I can butcher a man better than Jonas Coleman.

I am every bit as sick and twisted as you'll ever be.

And more.

And at the end of the day?

Maybe you'll no longer be a coward.

Maybe you'll nut up.

But you will most definately fucking respect me.


Thunk thunk.



This is satisfying. Much more so than push ups could ever be.

Pounding away at the leather heavy bag, every thunk of a landed blow makes the tension in Lunatikk Crippler disappear.

It makes things less difficult. The pain, the indecision, the chance of losing it all.

None of it exists.

Because when you are punching something with that much weight...

With that texture...

And it makes a sound like you're punching a human being, one you despise?

It feels so fucking good.

SHOOT Project Discussion / Re: Revolution 97: Feedback
« on: July 24, 2012, 03:43:39 AM »
bumping this because I can't be the only one without an opinion lol

Tout needs to go. NOW.


Just kidding. Hope yours was a good one!

General Discussion / Re: What made you happy today?
« on: July 21, 2012, 01:05:30 PM »
Wife is home! Sleep will now be had, since I was up, well, pretty much all f'n night lol

General Discussion / Re: Post Whore Goals
« on: July 21, 2012, 07:22:23 AM »
Anyone else notice that Scotty is now currently King Post Whore?

He's number one! He's number one!

General Discussion / Re: What made you happy today?
« on: July 21, 2012, 07:06:52 AM »
Wife's parents surprised her by coming up to see her today. It's her birthday, and she's still in the hospital, so that made her day.

General Discussion / Re: What made you happy today?
« on: July 21, 2012, 03:17:02 AM »
Your rp has 16 views already (one of them mine)

Thats a lot of eyes in a short amount of time.

SHOOT Project Discussion / Re: Revolution 97: Feedback
« on: July 21, 2012, 01:02:53 AM »
Short. A formatting issue, and I'm not sure if I've ever heard OG call anyone "motherfucka" before. All in all, serves it purpose, though where does Laura Seton fit into all of this, other than being Sin City Champion? Seems like a personal rivalry that Seton just got sucked into. Should still be a solid match at the PPV though.

Backstage Segment
Mason gets his revenge on Yuri for laying hands on Leona, and X finds himself possibly without backup come RISE. Short, but it didn't need to be long.

Napalm/Fury Segment
The boldface prevails, I guess. Fury has gotten so deep under Napalm's skin, it isn't funny. Fury comes off as arrogant, a bit, I think, but hell, she pinned Napalm, she gets to choose the match, she has the right to be. Meat Wagon match? Should be good.

Great match. Very nicely done, and it was a close one. Shocked me with this newcomer fighting a bit dirty at the beginning against someone with Corazon's reputation, but he got his in the end. Well done.

BAB/Syndicate promo
Loved this. BAB start things off, Syndicate interrupts, and BAB have the last word. Tanya continues to drive the wedge between Magnus and Buck, but we'll have to wait and see if it works.

Two newcomers hooking up, ready to show the world what they got on the grand stage? I'll take it any day of the week. Should be a great match.

I'm going to skip a few things. I co-wrote the Smiles/Crippler segment with Eric, and wrote the last three matches lol. I'll comment on the parts I didnt do, and what's left, ok? ok.

Jaime/Isaac Aftermath
This got taken to a new extreme. Isaac will be out for whatever is worse than being out for blood, that's for true.

King promo
Good stuff here, as well. Very empassioned speech from D-King leading into RISE. Nice job, B.

Corazon joins the fray
And finally, we once again have six people, and it shows Jason Johnson's desperation at getting the World title offa X-Calibur. That's two members of Project: SCAR in this match. Should be a good read. King tried to make the save, even though he's had his own beef with Trey during this whole thing, but SCAR stands strong.

All in all, I thought this was a good show. Maybe better than it should have been, with the amount of RP's we had ( though I realize people had real life issues.)

Let's tear the house down at RISE, everyone!

Sports and Fighting / Re: Baseball stuff
« on: July 20, 2012, 09:44:18 PM »
The Chicago Cubs have the best record in the MLB since June 25th, and if they can keep this up, they just might contend for a Wild Card spot.

Doesn't help with the rumors that both Ryan Dempster and Matt Garza are both on the trading block.

General Discussion / Re: Last Thing You Ate or Drank
« on: July 20, 2012, 09:40:10 PM »
Double Steak Bowl from Chipotle, with lots of hot salsa and chips.

Cherry Pepsi to drink, sunflower seeds and Mint M & M's later

Sports and Fighting / Re: Raw 1995
« on: July 20, 2012, 09:33:29 PM »
lol... that's great, Bill... but what happened on RAW?!!?! 


General Discussion / Re: Last Thing You Ate or Drank
« on: July 20, 2012, 04:15:21 AM »
Cool Ranch Doritos and Dew. While watching syndicated tv shows on TNT. Thank goodness they stopped playing Rizzoli and Isles.

Sports and Fighting / Re: Raw 1995
« on: July 19, 2012, 11:32:30 PM »
WWF Champions were Diesel and Bret Hart. Diesel held it to begin the year, and dropped it at Survivor Series.

I believe this was also the year HBK got jumped by a bunch of dudes in Syracuse, and had to forfeit the IC title to Dean Douglas, who held it for like, five minutes, until he had to defend it against Razor Ramon.

Sid turned on Shawn after WM11, and HBK turned face because of it, and that sparked the feud betwixt Diesel and Sid.

To be honest, I was so young, that I was often not allowed to watch wrestling. It wasn't till around royal rumble 96 that my dad started taping it for me so I could watch on the weekends when I was at his place

Sports and Fighting / Re: Raw 1997
« on: July 19, 2012, 11:27:00 PM »
The biggest thing to come out of 1997, was Bret Hart leaving for WCW, and the Montreal Screwjob. The "Bret Screwed Bret" promo was a big deal, because they didn't talk about things like that on the air. It was the beginning of the Mr McMahon character.

Also, this is the year DX was born. HBK, HHH, Chyna, and to a lesser extent, Rick Rude. Everyone forgets that Rude was their "Insurance Policy". Also, it was that year that Rude appeared taped on Raw, and live on Nitro in the same night. Nitro would constantly give out results to the taped Raws, to get people to stop changing channels. Bit them in the ass in 1999, which we all well know.

I remember DX bringing out midget Bret Hart, humiliating Jim Niedhart on his way out of the company, and finding out that Owen wasn't leaving with the rest of his family, and a face push for him started in December.

What stands out the most for me, Match wise, was the finals in the European title tourney, with Bulldog and Owen. Fantastic match, definately.

I've heard rumors that Warrior might be the guy to squash Slater this week.

I'm looking forward to the WWE title match, hands down, especially if it gets close to PPV time.

Sports and Fighting / Re: Raw 1996
« on: July 19, 2012, 11:16:57 PM »
Vader attacking Gorilla Monsoon was huge at the time. You never saw anyone put their hands on Gorilla. EVER.

96 was also the "Boyhood Dream" of HBK, and him finally reaching the top. Austin 3:16 was born, and his feud with Bret was awesome. Sid returning was big, as well as the Warrior.

And Monsoon coming out on live TV to tell the crowd that Warrior was indefinately suspended in the weeks leading to International Incident was something different as well. Normally, when a guy got suspended, at that time, they didn't come out and say it on Raw. But they did. Come to think of it, that's what led to the return of Sid.

There was also the Jake Roberts feud with Jerry Lawler, which I think was mainly about Roberts' sobriety, or lack there of.

I think it was the first time as well, they started King of the Ring matches in the weeks leading up to the PPV. With the previous three years, it was one night only tournament. But I think that tournament was 16 men, instead of 8.

Top singles wrestlers that year, I would say were Shawn, Bret, Austin, and Vader.

Tag teams, Smoking Gunns, Godwinns, and Owen and the Bulldog. There were still others, like the Body Donnas, Headbangers, Furnas and LaFon.

The WWF title was held by Bret, HBK, and Sid. That was it. Three champs in one year.

The best feuds I remember were Bret and Shawn leading into WM12, Austin and Savio Vega, which led to an awesome Strap Match that led to Dibiase getting fired, and allowed Austin to speak for himself instead of using a mouthpiece. Ahmed Johnson and Goldust, HBK vs Camp Cornette, and Austin/Bret.

The Rock made his debut at that years Survivor Series, and then was proceeded to be shoved down our throats lol

And we can't forget that ratings were low, because this was the year of the NWO, and people were constantly changing to Nitro to see who was joining this week.

But really, it was a good year of wrestling, I think. It's a year I get to relive via VHS as much as I want to.

General Discussion / Re: Pictures I Like - SFW Edition
« on: July 18, 2012, 02:16:21 PM »

this made me feel a bit better

General Discussion / Re: What made you upset today?
« on: July 18, 2012, 01:20:17 PM »
Hooray, my wife is in the hospital, due to having an asthma attack, and I didn't know about it until 4 hours after the fact, because my worthless fucking father refuses to answer the phone when she fucking calls.

Took a lot of willpower not to strangle his ass. Now the big problem is I have no way to get to the hospital except walking, and it's 10099981838483 degrees outside.

Mixed Media / Re: Last Movie you saw
« on: July 15, 2012, 05:48:16 AM »
Watched Jack and Jill with the wife. It was her pick. I will never allow her to pick movies again, and Adam Sandler should be ashamed of himself.

Mixed Media / Re: Last Movie you saw
« on: July 14, 2012, 06:08:35 AM »
Watched Wrath of the Titans and Moneyball. I enjoyed both.

Mixed Media / Re: Last Television Show You Watched
« on: July 14, 2012, 06:07:34 AM »
I've noticed B watches a lot of Adult Swim, and Josh likes USA programming.

General Discussion / Re: What made you happy today?
« on: July 14, 2012, 06:06:40 AM »
Got a brand new 32 inch flatscreen tv for five fucking dollars.

For real.

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