BOSS LADY RAY: You know when you’re with a group of friends and there’s a couple causing a scene? They try to play down their obvious conflict but it’s no good. Everyone else can see something messy has gone down before they arrived. Weeks go by and it keeps happening. They’re not happy and everyone knows it, even before they do. The more this happens the more the group starts quietly wondering if a break-up is on the cards. If they break up, who will they stay friends with? Awkward.
Eventually they start confiding in other members of the group. They’re in couples counselling trying to make a go of things, but only one of them really wants to go. That person just wants out and is treating the other like something they’ve stepped in hoping they’ll break up with them. The other’s holding on for fear of being alone and because they still feel the spark that brought them together in the first place.
This song is for Layla. Michelle might have heightened your profile and helped you improve your in-ring skills, but you’ve got all the charm and charisma to go it alone. She’s treating you like an absolute muppet. Let her go, cry your tears and move on. You deserve a better BFF. (Yes, I’m volunteering.)
SIDEKICK ANDREW: I’ll keep this short, my subject has already been covered better than I could by Matt Jones in his guest post earlier this week. However, if you’re desperate for more hot, steaming Sidekick Andrew Song for Whoever action you can always check this special Bonus Track.
Anyway, on the off chance you didn’t read Matt’s King of Trios post (for shame!) one of the things to come out of last weekend’s tournament was the resurgence of the 1-2-3 Kid Sean “X-Pac” Waltman. As Matt rightly said, Waltman had become a by-word for all that was wrong in wrestling over the last few years: drug abuse, nepotism and politicking – not to mention risible sex tapes and gatecrashing reality TV shows.
Given all this, booking him for family friendly CHIKARA’s biggest show of the year seemed to be a pretty big risk. Would he turn up? Would he be sober? Would he be able to wrestle? Could he stay family friendly? The answer to all these questions has been a resounding “yes” according to every person in attendance. Not only was Waltman humble and seemingly incredibly appreciative of the opportunity and the reaction he was given, he put on what most reviewers are calling the match of the weekend (if not the year) against El Generico.
So this one’s for you Mr Waltman – if anyone’s earned this song it’s you.