Here are your submissions for this month:
Question: "What is the best wrestling show that you guys gone? and the worst?"
Answer: I've had fun at all of the wrestling shows I've gone to. Over the past few years, I've only gone to three, and even though the cards weren't on par with one another, I enjoyed them all for different reasons. TLC 2011 was super fun with Daniel Bryan cashing in Money in the Bank, Zack Ryder winning the United States title and the crowd I was surrounded by. WrestleMania 29's card sucked, but it was my first WrestleMania, so I had fun with that. This year's Royal Rumble was a madhouse in some ways, but that made that fun, too. If you don't count random indie shows that weren't from WWE, the worst show I've ever gone to was either this one random live event in the 90s or an episode of Sunday Night Heat, both of which were entirely forgettable.
Question: "Tony I understand what you mean about sheamus the superstar that for all intensive purposes is the superstar your a.d.d. So my question is what is your favorite match? And does anyone else have a superstar they do this with?"
Answer: Off the top of my head, I can't think of any Sheamus matches that I really liked, but my choice would probably end up being something that he was only one of many participants in, such as a Fatal 4-Way or a Money in the Bank. Do Royal Rumbles count? Haha. There was a time where Mark Henry put Sheamus through a barricade that I liked.
Question: "I was very upset the other day because when they were discussing what B.A.D. stood for, JBL interrupted Byron and said "More like B.I.D.!" Unfortunately, something happened in the match and Cole broke in, leaving us hanging. It was probably something stupid like "Byron Is Dumb", but if you had to make something up, what does B.I.D. stand for?"
Answer: I can't think of anything offhand....(insert funny joke).
Question: "I mentioned frequently when I first started hanging around (a friggin' year ago, whaaaaaaat?) that I'd previously gotten all my Wrestling commentary from these three Irish guys at OSW Review. One concept they've spoken of is their "boys", wrestlers who were favorites of theirs that never really made it huge or won major gold. There may even be a bit of a cringe factor in admitting how much you love/loved them. Wrestlers they included in their lists were people like Test, D-Lo, Rakishi, Marty, or Thurman "Sparky" Plug. So, I ask whoever's around for this show, who are your boys?"
Answer: I was always pretty fond of X-Pac more than most people seem to be. Billy Gunn is another that I think should have won a world title.