Sunday, December 28, 2014
"WWE PRESENTS HOLIDAY TOUR LIVE @ MADISON SQUARE GARDEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2014
"HAPPY KWANZAA EVERYONE!!!"
Although it won't be a day of much "Unity" within the garden. The moment I've been waiting for is finally here. I've been sitting on these tickets for the last 5 months (July 2014). I believe to have, finally accomplished good seating at a WWE event. That is why, I'm looking forward to tonight. Even from today, my heart and my eyes been set focused on these tickets. I know, it sounds nuts. Never a day or a year will go by without my love and fanatics for sports entertainment. Tonight is Friday, Smack Down will be taking place, as usual on the air (Sci-Fi), some of the matches taking place tonight maybe familiar from the last couple of weeks between Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smack Down.
Scheduled on tonight's performance at Madison Square Garden happen to be taking place are.... "John Cena verses Seth Rollins in a Street fight match", "Dolph Ziggler verses Luke Harper in an Intercontinental Title match", "The Usos verses The Miz and Damien Mizdow in a Tag Team Title match" and plenty more. Yeah, as you can see, these matches are very familiar. Recently being seen on television in the last couple of weeks. I hope I get my money's worth this evening. However, its a good thing attending a WWE event, whether it be live at Madison Square Garden or live at the Barclay's Center. I love it, whenever they are in town.
The one thing, I'm actually looking forward too. I never thought, this day would come. I only want to see him in his return. It's been quite some time since he's been on. One thing, I know he got some ass kickin' on his mind. Rusty Jabbz, welcome the return of "THE VIPER RANDY ORTON!" I know, this match is going to be ugly. This was all, anyone would text about via social media.
"Randy Orton verses Kane" WHOOOO!!! You can't tell me, this shit ain't sick. I'm almost, at the Garden. I have one more stop left. I can't wait till I enter that arena.
1. DOLPH ZIGGLER DEFEAT LUKE HARPER TO RETAIN THE INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
I arrived at about 7:45pm to be exact. I assume, I was only 15 minutes late. I may have been in the middle of the first match of the evening taking place. Dolph Ziggler seizing tonight's victory over Luke Harper and regaining his Intercontinental Championship.
2. RYBACK DEFEAT CURTIS AXEL
It look like a "RYBACAXEL" reunion. However, they're not very pleased to meet.
3. SAMI ZAYN DEFEAT ADRIAN NEVILLE TO RETAIN THE NXT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
This is "WRESTLING!", This is "WRESTLING!", This is "WRESTLING!", AWESOME MATCH between two fine NXT hunks. This is my first time seeing both, Sami Zayn and Adrian Neville in action. I can see that New York is all connected to the WWE APP. Well, everyone except me. I see, Sami Zayn receiving large amounts of love and applause from the crowd.
4. FANDANGO VERSES JACK SWAGGER IN A WWE UNIVERSE VOTED DANCE OFF
OMG, I can't believe these boneheads from New York, actually voted to have Jack Swagger and Fandango compete in a dance off. Seriously, when did we ever see Jack Swagger dance on either, Raw or Smack Down. How do you know, if he could even dance. I guess these two, didn't want to have a real match tonight for us New Yorkers.
5. THE MIZ & DAMIEN MIZDOW DEFEAT THE USOS TO RETAIN THEIR TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
6. RANDY ORTON DEFEAT KANE
The moment I've seriously been waiting for is finally here.... "Kane vs. Randy Orton!" This crowd went crazy over this match. Like I knew, they would just like me. Although, the match wasn't as intense as expected. I thought, Randy Orton would at least talk on the mic, either before or after his match. This felt like a quick defeat. Another thing, I was really hoping to see the corners of the ring light up on fire. Kane didn't make the ring light up, when he first entered.
7. ALICIA FOX & EMMA DEFEAT THE BELLA TWINS
8. JOHN CENA DEFEAT SETH ROLLINS IN A STREET FIGHT MATCH
A brilliant match. Sorry to Mr. Rollins for his numerous pin attempts towards Mr. 15X's John Cena, LOL! Along with Rollin's failed goons and accomplices in the J & J Security, Kane and The Big Show. The so-called, self-proclaimed future of the WWE still haven't showed the WWE universe anything promising for this future of which he speaks.
I had a wonderful time. I guess, it was "UNITY" after all. I suppose the only heel competitors who dominated in tonight's WWE event happen to be the tag team champions; "The Miz and Damien Mizdow". I guess that's alright. They aren't too bad, when it comes down to being heels. They're more on the entertainment/ comedic tip or at least, Damien Mizdow is. I like how the crowd would cheer for Mizdow but when it came to The Miz. He would receive nothing but straight "BOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!" LMAO!
Goodnight everyone,... Dj Handspin/Rusty Jabbz
WWE, RETURNS TO THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2015
WWE, RETURNS TO THE BARCLAY'S CENTER SATURDAY, MARCH O7, 2015
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
"SELMA" movie screening, live Monday night (Dec. 22nd) at the Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 247 West 42nd St.
CAST OF "SELMA"
David Oyelowo starring as, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Carmen Ejogo starring as, Coretta Scott King
Oprah Winfrey starring as, Annie Lee Cooper
Tim Roth starring as, Gov. George Wallace
Tom Wilkinson starring as, Lyndon B. Johnson
A night in Selma! What a night, I've been looking forward too. I'm not quite on the guestlist but I'm going to play it cool and sit here and wait on the waiting list. I didn't come down here to jump, before other people. I feel everyone have the right to see tonight's screening. I understand there's policies and procedures that I must abide by. That is what I'm going to do until there ready for me.
I would like to apologize to the person for giving me a pass for tonight's screening to "Selma". However, I have no idea who I'm apologizing to. It's my fault, I should have asked his name. After all, he did keep his word about giving me the pass to "Selma". Thank you so much.
Where do I begin? There is a lot to be said about this film. The movie is more than just about the history of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The movie takes us and our minds to a place that created more than just history for our people. We're talking legacy. Selma, Alabama is the foundation of the civil rights movements and a lot of other things overcame. The civil rights movement lead by Reverend Dr. King and his many followers and many supporters seek the rights for the "colored man" to vote in Selma, Alabama and throughout the South. Back in Selma, during those years 50 percent of the population just happen to be negroes and the other population was 20 percent white. So as you can see with such a small population of white people. I guess you can say, it was only fair that the blacks should be allowed to vote in Selma. However, it wasn't going to happen. Things weren't so easy for a brother n sister, back in them days. It was all the because of one man, Selma's racist and confederate governor, George Wallace. George Wallace bought hell among the blacks in Selma and other parts of Alabama. You had to be a very strong individual, if you took part in this, Civil Rights Movement. "A MAN STANDS UP ONLY TO BE STRUCK DOWN!!"
Truthfully, I don't think this is a proper movie to be premiering at a time in New York City, considering what have been going on between the African-Americans and the N.Y.P.D. This is only my opinion. I understand that perhaps the film will bring some sort of knowledge and wisdom. True indeed but we can not forget about those who misinterpret. You know, how people tend to over exaggerate. I could tell you this. I will be over exaggerating my anger if Oprah Winfrey doesn't receive an Oscar for this film. She did such a marvelous job in her roll as, Annie Lee Cooper. I have no idea, who that character was until today. In fact, I came across a lot of civil right leaders portrayed in "Selma" that I was unfamiliar with. This is what I mean by "HIS-TORY!!"
There were plenty of moments in the film where you came across the reckless beating by the state troopers ordered by Gov. Wallace. Not a day went by and you didn't hear the poor loose usage of the "N" word. I want everyone who goes out and sees this film. I have an exercise for you. I want you to reply back to me with your answers. Let me know, how many times you counted the "N" word being used in the movie, "Selma". This is the only time, white people get a pass for the excessive usage of the "N" word in Y2K-14. In the South, what's worst than a nigger. Just happens to be a "white nigger" or "nigger lover" some may call it. Rev. Reed fell victim. A clergyman from Boston who traveled to Selma in support of the march was brutally beaten and murdered because he stood behind Dr. King. This really hit a nerve in Dr. King, he almost called off the march. Dr. King didn't want to see anymore people dying or beaten because of something he believes in. The march began from Selma to Montgomery. Wow, could you imagine a million people marching down the streets of Flatbush Avenue, lol. When you watch this film like I've mentioned earlier its going to open your mind to a lot of things unknown, unheard of about "Selma" but its a lesson that should be taught. As you watch, this film, your probably going to wonder, "why are all the blacks running from the state troopers?" The state troopers are out numbered. I asked, myself this same question during the film. I'm pretty sure everyone involved with the civil right movement could have taken on a state trooper or two. Here's the thing, Dr. King is a non-violent brother. He practices non-violence teachings so anyone that is apart of Dr. King's alliance must be the same as him. As much as, I agreed with Dr. King's teachings and lifestyle. Sometimes I wish they fought with the state troopers. It did pain me to see my brothers and sisters getting themselves beaten and killed in the streets. At least 20 or more nightsticks and whips were being waved throughout the streets. Can't forget the tear gas, polluting the air. The side effects to all of this... bloody pavements, bruises and dead bodies.
After seeing something like that, your first ignorant reaction would be to hate white people forever. You can't hate white people, at least not all white people. They're those in the world, who don't have a hate bone in their body. If they have to be called "white niggers" because they're doing something positive, so be it. If it weren't for the whites faces across America who traveled to Selma in support of the march the civil rights movement wouldn't had been able to make there second attempt towards the Edmund Pettus bridge in 1965. The state troopers were ordered to withdraw from the beatings. If you really think about it. I wonder why, that is. I understand the concept of "white niggers". For some reason, I think the state troopers rather beat on an actual nigger, more than beating on white people. Dr. King took a bow down and prayed, then backed off their generosity. I don't blame, Dr. King for not trusting them crackers. It's been 50 years now and we still can't trust them crackers. Dr. King didn't want to capitalize on the pale face that were in appearance at the march. There were a few people at the march who felt, as if Dr. King betrayed them.
Dr. King did eventually get the approval from the Selma Judical Committee to have a 5 day march. After all the murder, chaos and mayhem it created by Gov. George Wallace and the Selma's law enforcement, it was only right.
And, just like that we overcame! I encourage everyone to see this film. See how the march on "Selma" changed the projectory in our lives.
"There is No Negro Problem."
"There is No Southern Problem."
"There is an, American Problem."
Quoted By: President Lyndon Johnson
"Selma" in theaters January 09, 2015 Go to Twitter.com #selma50
"HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND NEW YEAR!!!"
CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar
Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group
Thursday, December 4, 2014
NOVEMBER 21ST @ AMC/ LOEWS THEATRE
The attempt is going down once again. I apologize for last week's failed attempt to enter the screening of Chris Rock, Jay- Z and Kanye West movie premiere of, "Top Five!" Seriously though, I don't know why I even stayed on the line in the first place. I knew I wasn't getting in as soon as I showed up. The line was ridiculous. Let's hope tonight I have a much better turn out. It wouldn't be cool to get rejected, 2 weeks in a row. If that were to happen. I would have my first unreleased blog, just sitting on file.
I'm at a good time and direction, this evening. I must admit, last week. I was a bit lost and clueless to the direction of the AMC theatre in the Lincoln Center. I don't have common knowledge of that theater and that area. No more blaming myself. As I mentioned, I got myself in a good time and direction. Right now, the only "Top Five" I'm looking forward too, is a Hi-Five for getting myself inside on time.
I would like to thank, whoever made this possible, getting me to the theater on time. I guess, I have no one else to thank but myself. However, I would like to thank, Chris Rock for a wonderful movie and all the people involved with the project. To Jay- Z, Kanye West and Quest Love. Tonight's screening was flooded with the fine arts of your famous, comedy icons. A large posse of comedy legends gracing the presence of the film. Comedians like Tracy Morgan, J. B. Smoove, Bruce Bruce, Cedric The Entertainer, Michael Che, Jay Pharoah, Whoopi Goldberg, Adam Sandler, I even believe, Jerry Seinfeld has a little part in this film. Mr. Seinfeld making it rain on the set of Chris Rock's movie. Uh, and can't forget everybody's favorite Hollywood House-Husband Kevin Hart.
DECEMBER 03RD @ THE BOWTIE ZIEGFELD THEATRE
This film begins with Chris Rock partnering up with 2 fine Hollywood mamis' Rosario Dawson and Gabrielle Union. Rosario Dawson playing the part of, Chelsea Brown a NY Times writer. Gabrielle Union playing the part of, Erika Long the fiance to Andre Allen.
How many of us, day by day live by rigorous honesty. Better yet, how many of us even practice the concept of living in such a rigorous honesty. I always said, there isn't anything wrong with being honest. It's just, there is a thing called being too honest. There have been cases where honesty been known to do more than just hurt people's feelings. As in tonight's screening, you will get to witness the example of rigorous honesty.
Tonight's screening, "Top Five" is about an former comedian turned actor, Andre Allen. Andre Allen swore that he'll never touch a microphone ever again to perform stand up. Stand up comedy is what started his career. Everyone believes it, except him. There comes that time in a person's life where they feel its time for a change. Apparently, Andre Allen's fans, critics, family and everyday playa-hatas don't agree with him.
Andre Allen, who've been having these so called, downfalls on his film career. Occurred, ever since a conspiracy involving him in Houston, Texas, back in 2003. It put a hault on his career and later, lead Andre Allen down towards a path of alcohol. Quite frankly, I probably would have quit my career and turn my life over to the bottle, after that cheap incident. An incident staged by Jazzy D (played by Cedric The Entertainer). Jazzy D, the self-claim man of, Houston, who run things in his town. According to him, nothing goes through his town without his approval. See what I'm telling you about honesty and what it causes, or at least this is what Andre Allen perceives it to be.
This all started with the nonstop harassment, coming from the arrogant, aggressive and can't forget rigorous, NY Times film critic, James Neilsen. There's a surprise to who, James Neilsen happen to turn out to be. James Neilsen couldn't go one day without a negative comment directed, off his column towards Andre Allen. Sticks and stones break many bones but words like these.... "I wouldn't watch an, Andre Allen film if it was playing in my glasses." Can put an end to someone's hopes and dreams, depending on how they understand it.
Tonight couldn't be any better. I would like to thank, Chris Rock and all the Top Five cast who came out here, this evening. This was an much more better screening of Top Five than the last one I attended. Yes, you are not reading this wrong. This is my second time attending the Top Five movie screening. It will be my last time. I really enjoyed myself and I'm glad I was able to take part two times in a row.
Anyone who would like to catch, Top Five's last screening. It's airing tomorrow (Thurs., Dec. 04th) at the AMC Loews/ Lincoln Square Theatre from 6:30pm-8:30pm. So anyone who's interested, tomorrow is your last chance. The movie officially debuts, next Friday, December 12th.
The most important things that this film happen to teach. Is about lying and manipulation from others. I hope after watching this movie you'll know and understand a lot more about the topic of rigorous honesty. It's okay to be truthful and honest but don't be too honest. The last thing you want to do, is hurt someone in an insult manner. Another thing, this film may have taught me, is confidence. Confidence and belief in the things that you do, or trying to accomplish. Whatever it is, that you do. Don't give up based off, a few negative words and comments. Most importantly and this is key. Always remember, "THE STREETS ARE DANGEROUS!!!" ..... J. B. SMOOVE
and before I go, I would like to tell everyone my top five....
DJ HANDSPIN's TOP FIVE:
02. KRS ONE
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Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group