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Archive for June, 2008
Let me tell you something about the sky.
All weekend, it spit on me.
Then it threw lightning at me.
The Sky is a bastard.
This past weekend, I had the pleasure to film for some friends in the No Clue Crew at Sauce Storm 4. It was kind of nice to not perform or wrestle and just sit back and enjoy most of the day. I had a nice two camera setup for the DCW wrestling, and got some of the music (including recording most of the No Clue set in a very drunken state. But dammit, I’m a professional and got the job done respectably.)
It was good to hang out with some people out there. I got to chill with some old friends, including Snackz, whom I hadn’t seen in over a year. I met his new girlfriend, and saw that there was a little Juggalo on the way. Snackz showed me the wonders of 151 Vodka, and I had a nice 6 pack of Labatts to work through the night. I love Ohio beer sales.
The DCW wrestling was pretty good. The ring they got last year came in handy again, and a few of the guys are coming along pretty nicely in the ring. More of the matches were far more entertaining and came off really well. Then the rain and lightning hit. I took cover with Missy and a friend at a local McDonald’s and got back just in time to see OHM, a group with a female lead singer that did some interesting covers and some trippy tunes that I think required some LSD to enjoy properly. Then, of course Unity for Life was up next. If nothing else, those guys have a big ass crew. Then, No Clue went on and spanned their entire 3 album + history. The linup changes have not kept these guys down. I am completely covered in sauce from this one.
After the sets, which finally ended about 2 AM, it was time to drink more and bounce around the camp sites. I love this, because it’s the feeling you get of the Gathering of the Juggalos, just on a smaller scale, with less assholes. I ran into Shook and bullshitted with him for a while. I only believe half of the stuff they say about you now, sir.
After a night sleeping in the SUV, we were treated to a hilarious hot wing contest, that came down to the security guy and some blonde girl and their “Stupid Fucking Hot” wings. Then, as the DCW match of the day started, the rain came down. Hard.
I have to give so much credit to the No Clue guys. They are always ones to out do themselves year to year. This thing just grows and grows. Keep an eye on these guys.
My friend Jeff, “Big Daddy Shit” from our rap group, CRAP, is amazingly funny when he’s drunk. He freestyles. He rants. You can convince him the New Kids on the Block are zombies. And he comes up with some great characters. One of my favorites is this video, which begot the creation of “Dicktoad Sweetass”.
A little late in the posting, and, thanks to my flaky wireless card in my main content server since moving Mayhem Studio downstairs, I have no graphic. But here it is!
I had the pleasure to talk with Mark from Insolence a couple days ago live from Omaha Nebraska stop of the latest Kottonmouth Kings tour. We talked touring, the music biz, and son on for a bit. Couldn’t get a graphic up yet, but you can scope the interview right here, as always.
And stay tuned, be cause we have a late night interview with D-Murder coming up this next Tuesday.
This is Episode 122 for Tuesday, June 24, 2008. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned to www.WrestlingMayhemShow.com for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed frm 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.com and BlogTV.com.
MayhemCam: Lunchbox Announcement
MayhemCam: LB Pants Off
MayhemCam: Macho Man Dress
MayhemCam: Sexy Legz
MayhemCam: Enter: Owl
MayhemCam: Owl Remedy
MayhemCam: Remedy Breaks Bulb
MayhemCam: Sorg Slams Whiskey
Well, of course, for years, I’ve been an avid “wrestler”. Not in the typical sense of a professional wrestler, but as a “backyard” wrestler. Just doing it with friends, winging it for the most part. It’s looked down on by most in the biz, from what I understand, but you know me. If it’s fun, I’m in.
As of late, I’ve had a great opportunity to work with some great people to help create our dream’s reality. Lately, I’ve been running with a group of 30+ guys and girls that have been working, together, to get started. And thanks to that, we had a great opportunity to work with a trainer as of late. Does it hurt. Yes. Is it worth it. Hell yes.
From what I’m aware of, this isn’t the typical way to break into the business. You pay to go to a more formal school, get run into the ground, etc. But this is one of those situations with enough like minded people, with heart of varying degrees, honestly, have come together to give it a shot. We had a chance to work with a couple professional wrestling trainers and run through some stuff, and already feel better about my abilities in there.
Of course, there’s no money, and a lot of pain involved with getting into something like this, but there’s just something inexplicable about it that keeps us going. And we have some great things on the horizan, I think.
The surprise of the day, for me, was one Silent Ninja. Missy happened to check with him that morning and he ended up coming. I know he expressed some interest, but never knew he’d go for it. First time in a ring. Didn’t even jump into the one at Sorgstock. He was already doing an admirable job running the ropes. Not too bad on taking the bumps (falls) either. But then it hit. He took one clothesline bad, putting his hands in the wrong place, and his wrist got wrenched. I felt so bad. But he got bandaged up, watched the rest of the day’s training up close, for the most part, and told me it wouldn’t keep him from coming back.
You know, Hulk Hogan had his leg broken his first practice….
Check back with me in a year on this one.
Last year, as I’ve mentioned for the Chadawick video, we got together, I setup a makeshift greenscreen in my living room, and we shot some stuff. One of the big ideas of the day was an Apple “Switch” inspired series of videos called “WWE vs TNA” Simple; we had Chad representing WWE with his Edge shirt, Hardy Boys chain, and my suit jacket. Will represented the young, brash, and cocky TNA.
While many of these videos get plenty of hits on YouTube, and cultivate a lot of discussion of which brand is better, one video in particular has exploded with over 120,000 hits, the most of any of my other videos on the account. But it’s the blooper reel. The majority of the comments complain about their waste of time watching the thing (but it’s Youtube. Go read a book)
- I was very tired when trying to squeeze this video out. And besides, it’s a blooper reel. So I didn’t pay much mind to things like typing “cunting room floor”. Whoops.
- “That’s our deep frier” Don’t film next to the kitchen. When someone wants to cook.
This week on the WPAJ Interview, I had the pleasure to catch up with some friends with the entire No Clue Crew, Insane Eric, Girdy, and Psychopathic J, all on the phone on the same time. They tell us about their new album, Unbreakable(which you can sample over on their myspace), Sauce Storm 4 and all of its music, wrestling, and dinosaurs? Tune into the mayhem and check the guys out at myspace.com/nocluerecords and nocluerecords.net.
Stay tuned in the next couple weeks for interviews with Insolence, straight from the latest Kottonmouth Kings tour, and D-Murder for a late night version of the WPAJ Interview.
Doc Reomedy, Lunchbox, Silent Ninja, and Mad Mike rock the Mayhem tonight. We talk with indy wrestler J-Rocc about his 10 years in the business, injuries, Ray Rowe, John McChesney, and more! We also get a Skype call in from Macho Man!
This is Episode 121 for Tuesday, June 17, 2008. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned to www.WrestlingMayhemShow.com for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed frm 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.com and BlogTV.com.
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