Sunday, August 21, 2005

**MOJO** - Wrestling Stars of the 1980's Day 1

Sports are one of the great sources of entertainment. The tension that rises as two opponents fight against one another provides great drama and suspense. However, with live events such as baseball, they don't always end how you may want them two. With David Ortiz at the plate as the go ahead run late in the game, the stage appeared to be set for another dramatic comeback. But just like the mighty Casey, Papi struck out. It is almost as if someone forgot to deliver the script to the Red Sox locker room.

And so comes forth new mojo. Drama is a lot easier to manifest when it is scripted, and who better to kick off mojo right than Randy "Macho Man" Savage!



For sure, the Angels are a strong team. But are they any match for the flying elbow off the top turnbuckle? I think not.



If you would like to participate from home in today's mojo, think back to your own favorite Randy Savage moments, whether it be his now classic feud with Ricky Steamboat (producing one of the greatest matches of all time at Wrestlemania III), the epic pairing of him with Hulk Hogan as the Mega Powers, or maybe even his memorable turn as the spokesman for Slim Jim. If you are really daring, you could even listen to his (absolutely dreadful) rap album titled "Be a Man.



Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Yeeeeah!

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