So I'm watching PWG All Star Weekend 2 Night 1 (ratings to come later) and what do I find? Another sub-par PWG tag team match that goes way too long. B-Boy & Ronin vs. Super Dragon & Davey Richards. This match went roughly 25 minutes, I gave it 3 stars. It probably deserves less than 3 stars. Not only did it go WAY too long, it was just spot after spot after spot after spot for the last 10 minutes. It got so annoying. I just wanted that shit to end.
If you think that's bad Richards and Fatty had close to an hour match with the Kings of Wrestling at I think Card Subject to Change 2 or 3. Generally their title defenses clocked in at a half-hour. Boy was I glad when Arrogance finally took the titles from them.
So I was checking out Cracked.com (the best website ever~!) and I found this awesome article about the Top 8 "HOLY SHIT" Moments in MMA and it included this gem.
This has renewed my faith in humanity. This is what happens when God creates something so awesome like a Kitten Ninja or a 3-Breasted Megan Fox and has them wage war on each other.
I'm sure many of you have no doubt seen this, but wow, lets all give a round of applause for Don Frye and Yoshihiro Motherfuckin' Takayama.
Here is Cracked.com's description:
Originally Posted by Cracked.com
Oh shit, oh shit, oh shit! PRIDE 21: Don Frye vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
Don Frye looks like an old west sheriff, and Takayama looks like Japan tried to make their own Hulk Hogan out of juiced grapes. When they faced off, the two of them somehow, without speaking, managed to come to some kind of gentleman’s agreement. They decided the only move each of them would use is grabbing the opponent’s head with one hand, and punching it over and over with the other.
Within seconds, it turned into a sublime combination of ultra violence and slapstick. As they pound, pound, pounded each other’s skulls, you could see all the faces in the crowd light up with joy. Grown men, little girls– they’d been waiting their whole lives for this one perfect moment! Your brain damage does not happen in vain, Frye and Takayama!