Monday, January 27, 2014

Grammys>Royal Rumble

So, last night I was watching the Grammys and I have to say that it was a very good show. Most of the night is when Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won 4 Grammy awards and had an okay performance if they did not had Maddona performing and Queen Latifah officiated a straight/gay wedding for 33 couples, despite, Los Angeles County deputize her to perform the ceremony, according to New York Times (Click here for the article). However, Daft Punk, an French Electronic music duo, took home 5 Grammy awards (Best Engineered Album Non-Classical, Best Dance/Electronica Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Album of the Year, and Record of the Year) had the best performance as they, along with Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and Stevie Wonder perform a music montage of "Get Lucky" (Daft Punk with Pharrell Williams singing and Nile Rodgers playing guitar in the music video), "Le Freak" (Perform by Chic, but written by Nile Rodgers), "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" (Daft Punk), "Another Star" (Stevie Wonder), "Lose Yourself to Dance" (Daft Punk with Pharrell Williams), and "Around the World" (Daft Punk). Also another best performance was Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar with their songs, "Radioactive" (Imagine Dragons) & "m.A.A.d city" (Kendrick Lamar). I have to say it was very awesome, because it felt that I was there with legendary international independent pro wrestling superstar, "Knockout Artist" Chris Hero.

Speaking about wrestling, I saw on my timeline on twitter as I was tweeting about the Grammys, a lot of people watched WWE Pay-per-view, Royal Rumble, which the main event, the Royal Rumble, did not go well. Everyone was disappointed because Dave Batista, who haven't seen in three years, suddenly return and enters the Royal Rumble and wins it. I seen that everyone was not happy and feel like they got screwed. Mostly, Mick Foley went on tirade about Daniel Bryan not in it as he curse out the only wrestling company who induct him to their Hall of Fame. Even though, Mick had also mention about that WWE don't care for the fans. Well, Mick...

WELCOME ABOARD!

That is not the only thing WWE has done. If you all remember what happened back in November, WWE made a huge mistake of releasing Chris Hero, due to not having anything for him. See, it's just pathetic of what has been happen. However, if you are done watching WWE, but, still want wrestling, here are a few things to take:


  1. Watch TNA Wrestling: I know everyone is so mad about what is going on with Dixie Carter going nuts, Magnus is the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and Sting no longer wrestling. But, there are better things, like Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards who swore to reveal the investor who hire the guys, Austin Aries being TNA X-Division Champion for the fourth time, Madison Rayne, who had her first child, is our TNA Knockouts Champion, and many more.
  2. ROHwrestling.com: Okay, this is very serious. If you want to see Chris Hero in action, I recommend you go to the Ring of Honor website and see if you have the TV show or you can sign up for a free membership to watch or if you wanted to see past episode on the website, you have to upgrade the membership by paying $7.99 per month, $19.99 every three months, or $59.99 per year.
  3. Independent promotions: There are independent promotions that do wrestling and see if they do iPPVs or not, but they will tell you to go to their store to buy their DVDs or go to SmartMarkVideo.com. I purchase a digital copy of Absolute Intense Wrestling's Dead Presidents 2013 to watch Chris Hero vs. Tim Donst, but they have a great show.
  4. Always go abroad: Not only there is wrestling here, but, there are shows in other countries like the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan. They host their native wrestlers and foreign wrestlers. If you don't believe me, you better learn German, buy tickets to get to Germany and to westside Xtreme wrestling's 16 Carat tournament in March to watch Chris Hero, Adam Cole, Trent Barreta, and others to try to win the tournament.  
That is all of what I'm saying.

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