Monster Blog: Revenge on the Horizon
Hello everyone again, this is Abyss with this week's installment of the Monster Blog. I've got to tell you all that I've had better weeks. I was on top of the world last week because I finally stood up to Dr. Stevie at Sacrifice and put him into the tacks. I thought that would liberate me from Dr. Stevie but I was wrong. I really think Dr. Stevie has it out for me now. As most of you know, on iMPACT last week, Dr. Stevie pulled off a major coup and totally fooled me when Raven returned to TNA to attack me live in the middle of the ring. I thought he was coming to help me. As a matter of fact, I would have sworn he was there to assist me and help get me out of the straightjacket. I was wrong. Raven brutally attacked me with that bamboo kendo stick and left me lying with my best girl Lauren right there to watch. I sustained a concussion and did not remember the attack until I watched it back on TV. Everyone in the therapy recreation room that watched it with me was upset too. They all say that I should seek some revenge. Don't you worry. I am going to do more than seek revenge on both Dr. Stevie and Raven. I promise.
I signed up for Twitter this past week, too! If only, I knew how to use it. I have no idea what I am doing. I think my good friend Jeremy Borash is going to teach me how to twitter soon. So stay tuned, fans, so you can follow me on Twitter. Jeremy already has over 3,000 people following him! I don't know if I want that many people knowing what I am doing at all hours of the day. I think it would make me more unbalanced than I already am.
Speaking of unbalanced, how about the NBA playoffs? They've been spectacular but I am quite let down by the Cavaliers failure to make it to the finals. I think I am more distraught over the way that Lebron James handles losing game six to Orlando this past Saturday night. He left the court and arena without shaking hands with Orlando players and refused to speak to any of the media afterwards. What a poor sport, huh? My mom always told me to be a good sport and that winning AND losing build character. This guy is supposed to be the leader of the NBA and the new Michael Jordan? Wow, I think he has a long way to go to prove that after his action this past Saturday. If you're a king, then act like a king.