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Chevy Daniels

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Hey there . I'm Chevy . I spent most of my life podcasting , and making videos about current events . I like to blog about Nascar , and professional wrestling . I spent most of my life going to races or watching them on TV , and I honestly cant think of a better way to spend a weekend then to watch 43 cars race around a track .

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We all have dreams in life. Some dream of becoming an astronaut and exploring the galaxy beyond our planet. Others may dream of being a teacher and molding the next generation of young minds. For Michael Balzano, who also goes by his ring name Vinny Balzano, his dream lies between the ropes of the squared circle. I sat down with Mr. Balzano, a wrestler in the Indy promotion of New Wave Pro, to talk about getting started in wrestling, the intensity of the business and the hardships of following your dreams in Sports Entertainment. HOW DID YOU GET STARTED IN WRESTLING? WHAT GOT YOU INTERESTED EXACTLY? I got interested in it because I looked...

  Do you celebrate the man for what he did inside the ring? Or do you condemn him for the murders he committed? That is the question many fans even today are gripped with concerning the double murder-suicide of Chris Benoit. To me, Chris Benoit was a hero, at least in the ring. He was one of the main reasons I watched wrestling every Monday and Friday night. Benoit’s matches would leave fans in every arena stunned and in awe at his high flying head butt and his technical ability in the ring. You can probably guess how excited I was when he won the 2004 Royal Rumble, eliminating The Big Show to earn at chance at the World...

Three time Sprint Cup Champion, Tony Stewart sustained a broken leg while competing in a Sprint Car race at Southern Iowa Speedway Monday night. It was reported that Stewart was leading at the time when Sprint Car driver, Josh Higday, spun right in front of the Stewart as he charged into turn four of the semi-banked dirt oval track. Stewart with nowhere to go, got collected in the incident and his Sprint Car ended up on its side. Stewart, 42, was conscious as medical crews got him out of the car and into an ambulance to be transported to a local hospital. He was then airlifted to a Des Moines hospital, where he underwent surgery to...

When NASCAR fans think of Pocono Raceway, they usually think of long drawn out races, few lead changes and the occasional two or three car accident that jars the crowd awake long enough to catch the end of the race. Sunday’s race seemed did not fit the description of the typical Pocono race at all. With 27 lead changes, nine cautions and a green white checkered battle to the finish, racing at Pocono was something it hasn't been in a long time. The race was exciting and fun to watch. With seven laps to go, Jeff Gordon finally powered past teammate, Kasey Kahne, after a lengthy two lap battle for the lead spot. As the laps continued...

World Heavyweight champion, Alberto Del Rio, started off Smackdown Friday night with the  privilege of picking his opponent for Summerslam. A task Del Rio didn’t take very seriously as he attempted to name his Personal ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez, as his opponent for the biggest pay per view of the summer. Unfortunately the decision didn’t sit so well with SmackDown General Manager, Vickie Guerrero. The newly crowned General Manager made her way down the ramp as fans throughout the arena showered her in the usual boos and shouts that usually accompany her entrance. She quickly scolded the World Heavyweight Champion, telling...

Stephen Rhodes is on a mission. After being absent from  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition for over ten years, Rhodes looks to find a sponsor and truck ride for the Camping World Truck Series in the 2014 season. If he does accomplish this goal, he not only has a promising future in the sport of auto racing, but will also be returning to the sport as NASCAR’s first openly gay driver. A few days after watching his interview on Speed TV’s, NASCAR, Race Hub, I was able to talk to the North Carolina native about his career goals, his racing heroes, and more about being the first openly gay driver in the sport of...

Raw kicked off Monday night with Brad Maddox and Vince McMahon exchanging remarks about the Number One Contender for the WWE title, Daniel Bryan. As Mr. McMahon continued to rip on Bryan, The Submission specialist made his way to the ring to give an address of his own to the chairman of the WWE. It seems like earlier reports on several wrestling websites were correct. When they reported Mr. McMahon wasn’t happy that Daniel Bryan was selected to battle John Cena for the WWE title, preferring a freakish giant instead of the smallish troll. The WWE Universe quickly sided with Bryan, as yes chants filled the arena, while Mr. McMahon...

Could Carlos Danger ever be a WWE superstar? The easy answer is no, and many would say the PG era is what prevents a character like Carlos Danger from being used in the WWE today. What fans don’t understand, is that there are characters in the WWE right now that are pushing the envelope on what should be considered PG. Making it seemingly possible that there would be a job for the now disgraced New York mayoral candidate in the Sports Entertainment industry. For those that think this is ridiculous, look at current WWE superstar, Fandango. Before WWE finally settled on the annoying dancing gimmick for the NXT rookie, the creative team...

 Eldora Recap It’s one of those special moments in sports history when you have the privilege of saying I was there, or I saw it on TV as it was happening live. The MudSummer Classic at Eldora Speedway was definitely one of those moments in history as it marked the first time one of NASCAR’s top three series had raced at a dirt track since 1971 when Lee Petty won in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 20,000 plus sold out crowd at Eldora Speedway was treated to a thriller of a race Wednesday night as Austin Dillon led 63 of 153 laps and held off dirt track veterans Ryan Newman and Kyle Larson for the historic...

Looking at Monday Night Raw this week, one might ask themselves, where did all my favorite WWE  superstars go? It was promoted that Big Show was scheduled to make his big return at Raw, but a last minute decision was made to keep him off television until after SummerSlam. However, he wasn’t the only star missing from this week. The 40 minute main event Gauntlet match that featuring Daniel Bryan, also left many superstars and storylines left out of the picture for WWE’s flagship show. The Wyatt Family was completely absent from action, The Shield were only given a five minute segment, where they battled the Uso’s and Mark Henry;...
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