Sorry for the poor quality.
Very Impressive. Honestly though, the only thing I'd love for my 2000XL is the SD card to save my beats. Zip Discs are entering the "obsolete" stage lol.
Here's a demo video:
On HBO (Thank God)
7th-8th round TKO by Cotto
with an under card that is definitely worth watching:
Rematch between Kermit Cintron and Antonio Margarito for Cintron's IBF Welterweight title. Margarito KO'd Cintron in 6 rounds in there first meeting. Something tells me this time around it'll be a different story. I'm going for Cintron by late KO.
Damn...sounds like a race issue or roids. But who knows. Check TNA soon...
I am sorry to everyone here but I am serious when I say I won't be back. Everyone wants to come here and hear the real story and I am telling you the real story. Circumstances which are out of my control left me no decision but to leave the WWE. I can't go into details of this now but like I said before sometimes people will hate you personally and try to destroy you which has happened here. Evil has prevailed however like I said before if you continue your struggle doors will open around these people. You have not scene the last of me so please don't stop your support.
This might be bananas! Might have to fly up for this!!
For those who started listening to Hip Hop post 1998 probably know little or never heard of Stretch & Bobbito. Hands down these 2 had the greatest Hip Hop radio show of all time introducing unknowns at the time like Nas, Wu Tang, BIG, Big Pun, DMX, Souls of Mischief, etc, etc, etc...
Here's a clip I found not too long ago on the story of Strech & Bobb show:
From Stretch's Blog:
Bobbito let the cat out of the bag already, so I'll just add on. For a little while now, we have been planning an event to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the last show we did together. It's kind of a dubious milestone but we couldn't do the 10th Anniversary of our first show, 'cause that passed 8 years ago. Maybe we could do a 20th, but that's in two years. Or, we could borrow from Eclipse's book and do an 18th Anniversary. Whatever; we both felt like the time had come to do something together, so the 10th Anniversary of our final show it is. But it won't be a celebration of going our own ways. No, no, no, kids. If I have any say in the matter, this will be a great night in the spirit of what went down at KCR, so expect the unexpected. We are working on getting the line-up finalized, which will include some groups that haven't performed together in ages. I soooo want to mention names, but I can't.
Wow...Didn't see this coming.
"The Fighter" is a drama about boxer Irish Mickey Ward (Mark Wahlberg) and his unlikely path to become world lightweight champion. Brad Pitt plays Dicky Eklund, Mickey's half-brother and a talented fighter who once went the distance with Sugar Ray Leonard in a title fight but then turned to crime and landed in prison. Then he turned his life around and helped his underperforming brother find the spark for a remarkable run that led to the world title.
LOL...they should give Oliver Stone an Oscar just for even getting the Green Light on this one. Good Luck though Bro, I'll be there opening night lol.
Oliver Stone has set his sights on his next directing project, "Bush," a film focusing on the life and presidency of George W. Bush, and attached Josh Brolin to play the title role.
The director has begun quietly shopping a script by his "Wall Street" co-writer Stanley Weiser.
Rest of the story:
George Bush Movie
Is this fight really gonna happen????
I just found this on a site I won't mention (LOL). But if this isn't a total bite off Cloverfield I don't know what is. There's a copy of the DVD floating around to download so I'll try and snag that bad boy up and play a game of comparison.
Here's the trailer:
In 2005, it was reported that Tokyo, Japan had been devastated by a massive earthquake. It was reported that thousands were dead, In 2007, a camera belonging to two missing American filmmakers was found. The footage would reveal that it was not a n earthquake. It was something else.
Not too shabby. Was expecting more BBall kicks, but dude has variety.
LOL. I saw someone post this on another message board, but I thought of this after the game. How amazing...lol
Not necessarily a KO, but definitely dominance. Roy Jones looked like the Roy of old Saturday Night against Tito Trinidad using his speed and ring intelligence to come out with a 12 rd unanimous decision. Tito showed some life early in the fight as he tried closing in on Roy throwing hard left hooks and landing a few here and there.
But Roy proved he was the better fighter and wasn't shy to call out Joe Calzaghe immediately following the victory.
There's a contract literally sitting in front of Calzaghe for him to fight Bernard Hopkins which should be signed as early as Tuesday. Roy will await to see if Calzaghe pulls off the victory. Word is he has no intentions of fighting Bernard Hopkins who he beat over 10 years ago.
As for Tito, I think it's safe to say we've seen his last fight. He has nothing else to prove and still will go down as one of boxing greatest stars.
Clip of the fight:
Oscar to Fight on HBO May 3rd
ESPN is reporting that Oscar De La Hoya will have a tune up fight before his nonsensical rematch with Floyd Mayweather.
"Oscar will fight May 3 to get ready for Floyd, and then if everything goes well, he'll have the rematch with Floyd in September, and then something in December that will be a celebration of Oscar's career."
No opponent has been selected for the May fight, but names under discussion include three junior welterweights, all of whom would give up considerable size to De La Hoya in a bout that would likely take place at about 150 pounds: Steve Forbes, reigning titleholder Paulie Malignaggi and Dmitriy Salita (Why is he fighting Jr Welterweights???)
I'm losing respect for Oscar more everyday...
Ok...the hype is over and the movie is finally here. I won't lie and tell you I wasn't hyped like a muthafucka to see this flick. With all the internet searching for this God Damn Monster and hysteria about how they're going to stop this thing, it was finally time to see if the movie lived up to the hype.
So the film starts out like you're literally watching a US Govt tape with watermarks sayin "Property of US Dept. of Defense". I kinda like how they did that to start it off and get you in gear for what you're about to see. Now though the movie obviously revolves around a monster attacking NYC, there is a love story that brings the suspense factor up heavy towards the middle of the movie.
Without giving too much away, the monster begins its onslaught on NYC during the time a going away party is being filmed for the main character. Little by little you begin to see the monster and its "little friends" through side shots of the camera or clips from the News station.
It's definitely worth seeing. The suspense was intense at times because you didn't know what was around the corner. Some people complained about the end, but if you put into consideration how the movie was presented to you originally, you should find it satisfying.