Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Club WWI.com

RDLee is a host of his own audio show on ClubWWI.com!

It's a cool new show called "The Ratings Are In" where I talk about pretty much everything including video games, wrestling, movies, and whatever else is going on in the world today!

I will also be making the best attempt to secure some great co-hosts in the future that you will have to hear to believe!

My first guest was my good friend and wrestling trainer/booker for the EWF, Cincinatti Red. We talked about his title win over WWE Hall of Famer, Terry Funk, his taste in games, his thoughts on Wrestlemania 25 and much, much more!

Go sign up at ClubWWI.com and tell JG that RDLee sent you!

Monday, March 2, 2009

Lashley v.s. Shamrock Announced!

Former WWE superstar Bobby Lashley’s opponent for “March Badness” — a hybrid mixed martial arts and boxing event being put on by former boxing champion Roy Jones Jr. — will be none other than UFC Hall-of-Famer and fellow former WWE superstar, Ken Shamrock (27-13-2), according to BloodyElbow.com.

The pay-per-view (PPV) event will take place at the Pensacola Civic Center in Pensacola, Fla., on March 21.

Lashley is an absolute monster, weighing in right around the 265-pound heavyweight limit for his fights. He destroyed Joshua Franklin in under a minute during his MMA debut last December with devastating takedowns and a ground-and-pound that opened up a nasty fight ending gash on Franklin’s head.

One of the newest members of the prestigious American Top Team, Lashley has a rare blend of size, freakish athleticism and blazing quickness. He’s going to be a handful for anybody in a fight, let alone a 45-year-old man who’s lost 8 of his last 11 contests and hasn’t beaten a decent heavyweight since submitting Bas Rutten nearly 14 years ago.

The truth is, this is probably a more difficult match-up for Shamrock than even Kimbo Slice was when they were scheduled to lock horns last October, simply because of Lashley’s versatility as a decorated amateur wrestler and his overall explosiveness.