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review 2017-05-02 22:35
Crazy is my Superpower Review
Crazy Is My Superpower: How I Triumphed ... Crazy Is My Superpower: How I Triumphed by Breaking Bones, Breaking Hearts, and Breaking the Rules - A.J. Mendez Brooks

Crazy is My Superpower

 

AJ Mendez Brooks

 

Wow this Autobiography was amazing I could not put it down and binge read the entire thing is two days which for me in this moment of time is amazing for me. She wrote it in so much detail and truth that there was no question unanswered for me I recommend this to anyone that is a fan of AJ Lee inside or outside of the ring.

 

April is an amazing and an inspiration to read and reading her story and her journey of how she got into the ring which wasn't an easy road at all for anyone to endure this and still be strong and positive like she was is amazing and also her story while she was in the ring like a lot of wrestling autobiography that I have read she did not have it easy in her life before she got to an age to think about going into the ring.

 

April was such an inspiration because she openly spoke about Bipolar and the effects it can have on a family and the effect it can have on someone if it is mis treated she has inspired me to want to work toward a profession in mental health because I want to be able to help people that doctors can't because they can't see the problem and it isn't physical.

 

she was also very open with her opinions on her job and the people that she worked with and that her plan was to change how women where seen in the wrestling industry and I would like to think that she done an amazing job at accomplishing that because she wasn't the usual skinny blonde that liked to wear tight dresses she was different in a brilliant way that changed the way women where looked at in a  male dominated industry.

 

 

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text 2016-11-12 17:11
Saturday Night

 

Evening everyone 

 

So my plan last night was to watch some Big Bang Theory and then read for a little while and then come on here and have a look around and follow some people ect but that never happened I ended up watching Big Bang Theory until 11:00pm and then going to bed (hardcore me you know)

 

But tonight I have got a plan and intend to stick to it because I am really serious about making this awesome and interacting with people who loves books as much as me because I not only love reading I also love the research for new books and recommendations.

 

For now though I am going back to my PS4 and watching the WWE network so I will see all you guys soon. 

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review 2016-04-24 00:00
Accepted: How the First Gay Superstar Changed WWE
Accepted: How the First Gay Superstar Ch... Accepted: How the First Gay Superstar Changed WWE - Pat Patterson,Bertrand Hebert,Vince McMahon Jr. Accepted is the autobiography of former wrestler Pat Patterson, possibly the first openly gay pro-wrestler.

Accepted was a quick read. Pat fulfilled the first requirement of what makes a good wrestling book, in my opinion. The non-wrestling part of his life was done by the 10% mark.

Pat relates his story, starting from his dirt poor roots in Montreal to becoming a wrestler to moving to the united states. Pat covers his trips from Canada to Boston to San Francisco to Florida and all points in between.

I'm not sure what I expected but the story Pat told wasn't it. Pat and his longtime partner Louie didn't seem to suffer much in the way of discrimination behind the scenes. Good for them. There also weren't a ton of road stories, although the Ray Stevens chapter was damn good and the bit with Terry Funk was quality as well.

The book shifted gears when Pat retired and started working for the WWF(E) backstage in the mid-1980's. I knew he usually booked the Royal Rumble back in the day but I never knew it his was idea. I also never knew he championed the smaller guys like Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels in the 1990s. Gears shifted again once Pat retired for the final time.

Accepted had some really good moments but I wanted more. It was a pretty short book, which seems weird considering Pat wrestled for decades. More road stories, more backstage machinations, generally more everything, would have been nice. Still, it was a decent read. 3 out of 5 stars.
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review 2014-08-27 05:58
Leprechaun Origins Movie Review

Great bubbling fecal matter, what the flying fornication did I just watch? 

 

WWE (that's right, World Wrestling Entertainment) decided to reboot the Leprechaun series. Upcominghorrormovies.com said that WWE wanted to make the series scary again. Holy boiling radish ass, Batman, did they ever fail. 

 

First and foremost, the leprechaun's makeup and practical effects are rubbish. To make matters worse, the filmmakers knew the costume was shit because every time old Leppy is on screen, he's either motion blurred or covered in screen flares ala Star Trek Into Darkness. He lopes around on all fours, growling like a lion. There is nothing, not a single thing, about this version of Leppy that makes one think, "Jeez, Wilma, that's a leprechaun!" And WWE, he's not a bit frightening. In fact, he's completely laughable. 

 

Speaking of laughable, this movie is hilarious for all the wrong reasons. The writing is piss-poor, and the actors either over-deliver or under-perform. There's no middle ground, no sweet spot, just a bunch of untalented amateurs bounding around, bumping into each other, and hollering "That doesn't make any sense!" I will say this, though, I laughed more during this film than I did during the last two Leppy in da Hood flicks combined... but this one wasn't supposed to be funny. 

 

Which brings me to my final point. The original Leprechaun (which was played by Warwick Davis of Willow fame) was as successful as it was due to its cheese factor. After the first one, the one with Jennifer Anniston in it, the writing teams that created the sequels knew that no one was going to take these films seriously so they wrote silly crap lines for Warwick to perform, and turned the character into a tiny wise-cracker, like a mini-Freddie Krueger. This leprechaun is a mute. Well, except for his lion growls, of course. Leppy went to Vegas, da Hood, shit, he even went to space, and that's what I loved about the series. It was fun because it didn't take itself seriously. 

 

And that last line? "Fuck you, Lucky Charms!" ... Sweet baby Tom Cruise, you guys weren't even trying, were you?

 

In summation: Stay far away from this train wreck. I wouldn't bootleg this film if my blind chihuahua wanted to watch it. 

 

 

Exhibit A: YOU CAN SEE THE FUCKING ACTOR UNDER THE MASK!

 

 

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