Jack Dawson… Penniless artist who wins a ticket onto Titanic in 1912, attends a first class dinner, develops a taste for the finer things in life, pockets the Heart of the Ocean, survives the sinking, pawns the diamond, spends the following ten years building his wealth and in 1922 moves to West Egg as Jay Gatsby… Millionaire with a shady past and fear of swimming pools.
Stephanie McMahon proudly displays how unbelievably stupid a miserable failure her father is.
Bubba Ray Dudley punks out Triple H
WWE Raw - September 2nd, 2002
After Triple H was being awarded the WWE Heavyweight Championship by Eric Bischoff, Bubba Ray Dudley took exception to this. In this video, it’s almost like a “shoot”. Bubba Ray speaks up for the guys who are perpetually stuck in the midcard, irritated that The Game has been on top of the company for 3 straight years with no breaks. And, though it took over 10 years, Bubba Ray Dudley would make good on his promise to The Game, finally gaining the top prize in TNA, capturing the Heavyweight Championship.
here lies sailorswayze she died from a heart attack on this day of our lord may 19th 2013
WWE Championship: Eddie Guerrero Vs. JBL
WWE Judgment Day - May 16th, 2004
Holy hell, this is easily the bloodiest match I’ve seen for the WWE Championship. If you’ve got the time, I suggest sitting on your ass and watching this entire incredible match.
With Brock Lesnar gone, Kurt Angle injured, and not many other superstars to pit against Angle for the WWE Championship, the WWE took a gamble on a different superstar. JBL, who had been known for years as the tough Texan Bradshaw as a beloved member of The APA, started taking his career much more seriously after bidding farewell to his long-time partner Faarooq. After setting his sights on the WWE Championship, JBL proved himself as a force to be reckoned with in the WWE, specifically Eddie Guerrero.
After causing Eddie Guerrero’s mother to have a heart attack and sending immigrants back over the border as a direct insult to Guerrero’s heritage, JBL had given Guerrero all the incentive he needed to defend his championship with a mean streak on his side. Eddie gave the self-proclaimed “wrestling God” all that he had, including no small amount of blood as you can see in this match, following a very stiff chairshot to the WWE Champion. Still, the match raged on for nearly 15 minutes afterward, showing the strength and fortitude of Latino Heat!