JKWrestling Presents: What?! - Brodus Clay’s Heel Turn Will Be The End Of Him
By Joseph Wade
We’re currently in the midst of Brodus Clay’s first real opportunity to achieve a meaningful run as the ‘monster heel’ many within the wrestling community feel he will be most suited to portraying on WWE television. And, with two years of Funkasaurus behind him, it could be the change his character needs. The thing is, I can’t help but to be pessimistic when it comes to yet another worker falling in to the ‘monster’ category in the WWE because it simply hasn’t worked 95% of the time in the past 10 years or so. With the upmost respect to the talent that have tried, there is a reason why we still have The Big Show and Kane headlining pay per views and main eventing Raw. That’s why this week’s edition of “What” will be focussed on my opinion that Brodus Clay’s heel turn could signal the end of the superstar’s stint on the WWE’s main roster.
My Rangers League One promotion tactics, starting 11, and squad, come the end of the season.
The closer you are to death, the more alive you feel. It’s a wonderful way to live. It’s the only way to drive.
Alles Gute zum Geburtstag, Weltmeister!
1. 2010 Volkswagen Golf R - 1:18.5
2. 2007 Jaguar XK Coupé - 1:19.5
3. 2008 Mercedes C 63 AMG - 1:20.8*
4. 1994 Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 - 1:20.9
5. 2002 Honda NSX Type R - 1:21.7
6. 2005 Mini Copper S - 1:21.8
7. 2006 Alfa Romano 147 TI 2.0 twin spark - 1:25
all ran with driver aids off expect for ABS set to 1 (unless noted)
*Note For the Mercedes set the traction control to 3 to help with spin outs.
all cars tuned by RKM Motorsports on GTPlanet. (expect for the skyline it was my personal tune but it borrowed its springs settings form a RKM tune)
All cars on Sport soft tires and ran with a Driving Force GT wheel.
I had Five Laps to set the fastest time I can.
FC Porto and Joana Vasconcelos put tradition first
FC Porto considers itself to be one of the most distinguished ambassadors of Portugal in the world. Another great Portuguese ambassador is the great artist Joana Vasconcelos. Naturally, the two teamed up on a typical Portuguese boat, called a ”Trafaria Beach”, to showcase Porto’s new kits for the 2013/14 season.