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Christina Von Eerie (OT)

Discussion in 'UO Pacific' started by hakeem, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. hakeem

    hakeem Journeyman
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    SO I spotted a reference and checked it out. This chick is downright mean! I like to mix it up and scrap, but this chick would layeth the pain on yer doorstep!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pixXjyZPmHk

    Tesla, Seriously, if she is your sis, get me an autograph bro. She gonna be big time.
     
  2. LordTesla

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    Yeah she has only been training for 2 years... Also in a punk band with her man called "Puke and Spit".

    She has gotten even better still.
     
  3. hakeem

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    Too bad she is taken. Gettin an arse kickin from her would almost be fun. Once the bruising faded.
     
  4. LordTesla

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    She just wrestled Riesha Saeed and Awesome Kong.

    It's only a matter of time.
     
  5. hakeem

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    I saw awesome kong vs Salinas.
    How did your sis do against her? Kong is a wall.
     
  6. LordTesla

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    Not sure of the outcome... But I usually get a text telling me when and where, though I don't ever get a chance to go.

    She has a twitter. Add her.
     
  7. hakeem

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    I just can't bring myself to the facebook,twitter,myspace genre of the internet. I will however pay closer attention to her carreer, and show my support.
    I hate to admit it, but I do still enjoy wrestling, just not the show biz McMahon crap.
     
  8. LordTesla

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    I enjoy it all. I try to go to indy shows whenever I can.

    I am a consultant for XWE, who by the way JUST signed Alana Evans the pornstar.
     
  9. hakeem

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    While I don't care for the mainstream, I still can't stand when they get bagged for not being real athletes. I have a friend and a brother who worked the amatuer circuits in the midwest for awhile. Both well built athletes, footballers etc. Both admit they never took a beating like that.
    Predetermined outcome.. yes. But those people take a massive arse-kicking daily.
    Indy and amatuer is still my fav. Take a beating like the pros, for pocket money. Ouch.
     
  10. SUPRsalad

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    Wait, no, hey, i never said they weren't really athletes. Those dudes are actually INCREDIBLE athletes. I worked with a dude from ecuador that worked with a mexican circus for 20 years and he was probably the toughest guy i've ever worked with. I remember talking about mexican pro-wrestling with him. (His name was Leo). This is a guy who could throw my hori-hori (a digging knife) 30 feet into a fir tree, and have it stick in 4 inches, and he had MAD respect for the wrestler's athletic abilities. They are kinda un-sung heroes in terms of athletics, but the actual violence, and subsequent drama, is all staged. . . I had another friend, who actually went force recon eventually, that was into it just in regard to the athletic standpoint. This is a guy who climbed every major rock in my state, biked every trail, held state records in swimming and track, yet danced ballet, and had mad respect for pro-wrestlers. . . Believe me, NOBODY made fun of him (brad) for either the wrestling, or the ballet. . . 'less you wanted to get yr socks rocked by a man in a leotard.
     
  11. Wargasm11

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    id agree they are athletes but i wouldnt agree that its a sport...
     
  12. SUPRsalad

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    Nah, not a sport. Neither is ballet, circus stuff, or knife throwing.
     
  13. hakeem

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    I gotta agree about ballet. The sheer stamina involved is amazing, the power to hold momentum on pinpoint toes.
    I had a friend moons ago (Ron Mack) who could probably tkae 6 guys at once. I saw him in a 1 vs 5. Aikido, judo, savate and Kung Fu. He was super bad. He felt his hardest training..... ballet.
     
  14. How about those hardcore asian obstacle courses with the funny english dubbed in, some of these guys are superb athletes.

    is poker a sport?
     
  15. Depends on how hard you poke her. LOL AHAHAHAHA. Sorry.