The first day on the job is (hopefully) the toughest.
April 17, 2008

Readers of my old AFI blog, Tales of a Would’ve-Been Action Hero know I’m a big wrestling fan, but you don’t need to like or know anything about wrestling to appreciate this.

This past Tuesday night, WWE installed former American Gladiators host Mike Adamle as the new lead announcer for their ECW brand.  It did not go well…

 

 

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Now, in Adamle’s defense, the decision to throw him behind the mic was, apparently, a hasty one, and I’m sure he was quite nervous but, yeah, ouch. 

We’ve all had first days on the job, Mike.  Hang in there. 

-JJJ 

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Jason "JJJason" Chirevas
Jason Chirevas is a toy collector whether he likes it or not (and he often doesn't). This former Would've-Been Action Hero is as interested in the humanity, psychology, and psychosis of collecting as he is in the action figures themselves. Fun guy.
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1 Comment »

  • Norm says:

    I am also a big wrestling fan. I do not understand why Joey Styles isn’t there anymore. The voice of ECW is gone.

    Backlash in Baltimore should be a good one. I am trying to win tickets off the radio.

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