My Farewell To This Blog.

Editors Note: I will still keep this blog, I just won’t ever use it anymore, that is if I get accepted to this blog:  http://briefsports101.wordpress.com/   

So in other words; yes, this likely be my last post on this blog.  Before I finish this likely final blog-post, I just want to thank  all of my readers that have been there for me during this entire ride for me.

I appreciate you all for sharing the content you may have shared of mine on here, and for all the “likes’ or the very, very few comments I got here, for those that really tried to make an effort to help promote this sports-blog, I deeply appreciate you, and I hope you continue to read my stuff over at briefsports101.com (if I do get accepted, which there is a VERY great chance I will), over the several weeks, I’ve realized that this blog has been getting more “reads” according to my blog-stats, one more final time; I say good-bye, please continue to read my stuff in the future.

Thank you for all the reads, shares, and very, very few comments you may have left on this blog for me.  I appreciate everything to my readers.   Continue to follow me on Twitter: @BHS_SPORTSGUY

 

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Jerry Jones has brainwashed us all

DALLAS:    Jerry Jones has brain-washed a huge population of the DFW area, and everyone doesn’t know the sour truth of  this team.   The Truth that everyone denies because they can’t take it.  

Tony Romo isn’t the guy for this team, and he doesn’t really have what it  takes to lead a pro football team as a starting quarterback. 

— While he might post some good numbers in most of  the season’s he’s played in, Romo’s lack of effort in crucial games, such as  games in the month of December,  have costed the Boys’ some pretty big ones.  

I know it’s not fair to blame everything  that has gone wrong on this team on him, but even 2 head-coaches since Romo started playing in Big D, hasn’t  seem to benefit him in a good way, and the first coach under Romo is a Hall Of Famer in Bill Parcells.  

That proves Romo isn’t the guy for this team, he couldn’t get it done, not even under  Parcells, who won’t be recogonized for his short three year coaching career with Dallas.

The real test  for Romo; will come during the training camps leading up to the following season.  

— Let’s face it, the truth here is that during Romo’s intersting 5 year tenure as the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, he hasn’t  had to go up against tough QB competion. 

Next time though, it’s different.  Romo has unproven, underappreciated, former starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos Kyle Orton to go up against, mark my words;  the Cowboys are going to find out that the last five years haven’t been with the man Jerry Jones keeps calling, and praising him, even after recent failures, he still continues to poor on the falsehood of lies that lye upon the Dallas Cowboys.

The turth here is Jerry Jones has brain-washed you, and you all need to snap out of it.

Tony Romo will be  up against his back for the first time, and if he doesn’t prevail than the last five years have been lies.   Watch out for Jerry, he’s full of it; though I must admit he is a very interesting character.

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Wrestle Mania 28 Review

Warning:  This column contains spoilers from Wrestlemania 28 which was held in Miami Flordia on April 1rst, 2012.

Triple H vs.  The Undertaker:   This match was so intense, even from the point before the match when HHH was in the misty ring, waiting for the than 19-0  Undertaker, than came his theme song, after of course Triple H’s theme song.  — Let me say:  what a way to end an arera of great wrestling.  I was on the edge of my seat the whole match.  

I wanted the Undertaker to lose, but that didn’t happen, as you should know that this company thinks that Callaway’s character was destined to go undefeated in Wrestlemania, but there were a few times I thought Helmsley was going to win it; in fact, he had his chances. 

He just blew them off.   HHH was  to busy whining to guest special referee Shawn Micheals.   I was shouting out loud: “Cover him!, cover him!”  of course, he didn’t, but in this case, I’m better of knowing that this is indeed just scripted.   It makes me feel better about how “it could of gone”.    What I mean is the Game didn’t really have an “opprutinity” in this match when the Taker’ was down.

Despite this match being called: “the end of an era match”,   I still wouldn’t be surprised if WWE fans still ponder the question: “is this really the end of an era”?   If it is, they know how to end something like this. 

One more thing about this match:  What a show of respect from the three after the match, it gave me chills seeing them the way they were, and it was all cheers and applauds from the crowd, that probably makes up the major part of their paychecks, and has for quite some time now.   I truly think that this match stole the main-spotlight of Wrestlemania 28.

John Cena vs. The Rock:

“The most anticipated match” probably didn’t live up to the hype that everyone thought it would, despite that; there were still some great moments in this match.  Just as it looked like Cena may of had it, The Rock almost fainted on a three count. 

Which reminds me, and probably a lot of others about how Cena’s Wrestle Mania 22 match was won by (Cena, himself) vs. Triple H.   But this time  for Cena it was different;  The Rock had more gas than the Game did from WM22. 

 —  In the end though, the triumphant Rock, in front of the 78,000 or so, of his home-town Miami, was able to get back up on his feet and win the match vs. John Cena to ultimately submit his super-star/ hof spot in the WWE’s all time great’sYes, I believe with this being in Miami, had  everything to do with the Rock winning.

Stay tuned for Part 2, meanwhile follow the Sportsguy on Twitter: @BHS_SPORTSGUY, or email him here: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

 

When Haters Hate

Yes, I still write for Pro Sport Talk.com ,  I just miss hitting “publish” right away on some articles that I write, don’t expect me to be doing this on a regular-bases here on this blog.

MIAMI:   When haters choose to hate, the going gets tough.

They’ll just say: “haters will hate”.

That’s true, you can’t get more true than that, but you still probably shouldn’t say anything, I’m aware that saying that isn’t going to put out any fires, because there is always going to be disrepct of all kinds, —  and plus, without haters, what’s the point of achieving some goals you may have?

Some people (just to hate) on him, say that Chris Bosh looks like a dinosaur, some say  he looks like an ostrich, but

 Bosh doesn’t just have personal haters though, he also has haters that hate on the Miami Heat.   — Everyone’s either a bandwagon, a true fan, or a hater in this world, and that’s just what the Miami Heat deal with all the time, not that all pro sports teams don’t have to, but Miami, is a special one.

— As you know, it starts with the King of Akron, who decided to take his talents to South Beach a couple of summers ago.

Cleveland Caviler  fans started hating, and than came  the flames.

They decided to not just hate on their former beloved face of the franchise, but all his teammates too.    Than came the pressure on the “Big 3″  of the NBA, and than it happened, the moment that the haters we’re waiting for finally came, with the Miami Heat losing in six  games to the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals.

The Big 3 of the Miami Heat are still playing through that pressure and sometimes skepticism, though it has probably risen down from last-season, critics will critque, fans will root, and bandwagons will have excuses for their current rootings, and you know the haters will hate.   But that’s just the world we live in,  and I wouldn’t want it any other way.