2017 PBA Draft: Zero in on Jett Manuel

  Jett Manuel figured prominently when Chooks-To-Go Pilipinas battled Asia’s elite clubs in the recently-concluded 2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup.   Whoops.   I mean… Engineer Jett Manuel figured prominently when Chooks-To-Go Pilipinas battled Asia’s elite clubs in the recently-concluded 2017 FIBA Asia Champions Cup.   See what I did here.   Initially I pegged … Continue reading 2017 PBA Draft: Zero in on Jett Manuel

Boxing Legends TV’s Top 25 Punches That Will Never Be Forgotten

  I really hate it whenever I unleash my inner douchebag and tell people how boxing is dead.   So dead.   Especially when we have these awesome hits that pretty much resonates the awesomeness of the sport.   Boxing Legends TV compiled a list called the Top 25 Punches That Will Never Be Forgotten. … Continue reading Boxing Legends TV’s Top 25 Punches That Will Never Be Forgotten

Would the Cultaholic five turn a Radicalz-like surge on the WhatCulture Universe?

    I am a fan of the WhatCulture Youtube universe.   I love all wrestling lists voiced by Adam Blampied and at times, his Adam versus Adam series with Adam Pacitti. I also like their PPV predictions as well as reactions because they put a spin on reactions like instilling stoylines on otherwise mundane … Continue reading Would the Cultaholic five turn a Radicalz-like surge on the WhatCulture Universe?

2017 PBA Draft: Zero in on Raymar Jose

  Standing at 6’4 and weighing 190 pounds, Raymar Jose’s rookie year with the Far Eastern University Tamaraws barely made an impact. So how bad was it? As per Humblebola, here’s how the FEU Tamaraws looked during Season 75.     Season 75 Averages (Elimination Round) PLAYER G PPG RPG APG Terrence Romeo 14 18.9 … Continue reading 2017 PBA Draft: Zero in on Raymar Jose

2017 PBA Draft: Why Kia needs to trade the top pick (assuming they get it)

  Christian Standhardinger’s unorthodox free throw, almost no-miss lay-ins, and unrelenting rebounding goodness could make him the top pick spot of the 2017 PBA Draft.   It’s almost certain that Kia will waste his talents though. But what if… just what if… Kia tries to trade him for a horde of role players?   Maybe … Continue reading 2017 PBA Draft: Why Kia needs to trade the top pick (assuming they get it)

10 Worst PBA Drafts of All Time: Number Eight

  The 1987 PBA Draft produced Hall of Famer Allan Caidic and potential Hall of Famer Al Solis. But with just five drafted players and a record-low eight applicants, the prestige of the draft was somewhat tarnished.   The 1985 PBA Draft on the other hand failed to give the spectacle its inaugural oomph. Shell … Continue reading 10 Worst PBA Drafts of All Time: Number Eight

John Cena and Roman Reigns had a pipebomb and it’s awesome!

  I haven’t made a lot of wrestling content lately because I’m a busy man with a kid to nurture. However, I am a busy man with a kid to nurture and a new badass laptop!   So there!   Anyway, I saw this awesome promo between John Cena and Roman Reigns where they unravelled … Continue reading John Cena and Roman Reigns had a pipebomb and it’s awesome!

Lavar Ball Brand coming to WWE Raw!

      So here’s a development worth noting.   Superdad Lavar Ball is set for a WWE Raw appearance. He’s basically the basketball equivalent of a chihuahua and I guess he fits right in. If I were Ball, I’d have him go ringside with his kids and have second generation star (or some dick … Continue reading Lavar Ball Brand coming to WWE Raw!

WWE needs to trust Jinder Mahal

  Money in the Bank came and went but for some reason, it wasn’t the same scene-stealing show it has been for a couple of years now. I know a lot of people hate James Ellsworth’s involvement in the match (since they are booking this is the first women’s Money in the Bank match), but … Continue reading WWE needs to trust Jinder Mahal

Jinder Mahal: WWE Champion

      So let me tell the difference between Jinder Mahal’s WWE Championship win with Jack Swagger’s cash-in for the World Heavyweight Championship.   First up, I thought both men are green but with WWE banking on the Indian wrestling market, I can see Mahal not fizzling out even after he loses the title. … Continue reading Jinder Mahal: WWE Champion