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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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SEASON IN REVIEW Joey Logano’s 2013 season has been somewhat of a rollercoaster ride. He finished outside the top-10 in the first four races of the season, before finishing fourth at California Motor Speedway. The top-five finish didn’t come without some controversy as he battled with former teammate, Denny Hamlin, for the win in the closing laps, and viciously wrecked Hamlin as they came to the checkered flag.  Hamlin slammed into the inside wall near pit road and had to be rushed to a hospital due to a spine injury. His rivalry with Hamlin wasn’t his only problem, as Tony Stewart showed his displeasure with Logano for blocking him...

WWE may have hit a massive impasse in their future WWE Championship storyline, as Money in the Bank briefcase winner, Randy Orton has reportedly injured his spine during a match with World Heavyweight Champion, Alberto Del Rio. The injury comes just two days after Randy Orton, won the WWE Championship Money in The Bank briefcase, in what was a epic all star match that featured such superstars as  Daniel Bryan, Cm Punk, Sheamus, Rob Van Dam, and Christian. WWE.com had this to say regarding Orton's injury: At Tuesday night’s SmackDown television taping, Mr. Money in the Bank Randy Orton was injured during his match against World...

Inches away from the Money in the Bank briefcase hanging high above the ring, Cody Rhodes looked to validate his six year career in the WWE. A career that featured minimal success, and sub-par accolades to show for his time in the industry. Out of nowhere Rhodes was attacked by his longtime friend and tag team partner, Damien Sandow, who tossed Rhodes back down to the canvas and secured the career changing briefcase for himself. The bell rang moments later, announcing Damien Sandow as the winner of the match, guaranteeing him a World Heavyweight Championship title shot at any time in the next year. Rhodes looked up in confusion and...

Former WWE wrestler, Ric Flair is a wanted man. No, not for being "a styling, profiling, limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheeling, son of gun," but for failure to pay over $3200 to his ex wife, Jacqueline Beems. A judge issued an arrest warrant for the former WWF Champion on July 3rd for failure to make spousal payments of 32,352.51. Court documents also state that Flair can avoid jail time, if he makes the full payment.  The payments are reportedly for Beems' legal fees, car payments, and life insurance policy. Beems, who filed for separation from Flair last summer, turned herself in Tuesday for allegedly making...

  On Monday, a beaten and battered CM Punk called out Paul Heyman, just 24 hours after Heyman interfered in his Money In The Bank All Stars Match, hitting Punk with a steel ladder three times in the back, when Punk was just inches away from securing the Money In The Bank briefcase. After a heated verbal exchange, Heyman announced "its clobbering time" as he unleashed Brock Lesnar on his former client. The Straight Edge Superstar stood strong early on as he reversed Lesnar's F-5. Punk however was quickly overpowered and thrown back first into the fan barricade by the ring steps. Fans cheered on the Second City Saint as he mounted...

Brian Vickers made the outside lane work to his advantage on the final restart of  the race, holding off a three-wide charge from Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch in the first turn to win the Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Kyle Busch finished in second, Jeff Burton finished third, defending series Champion, Brad Keselowski, finished fourth, and rounding out the top-five is Aric Armirolla bringing it home in the fifth position Sunday afternoon. After running out of gas on the victory lap, Brian Vickers decided to celebrate the win in his own way by taking the checkered flag from the flagman and high-fiving the...

Who's bankable, and who's going to come up bankrupt at Money in the Bank? With titles to be lost, contracts to be won, and Goliaths to be conquered, this Pay Per View is truly the wild card with regards for what it could mean for the future of the WWE. Check out my picks for which superstars will come out on top at Money In The Bank. Money In The Bank All-Stars Match for a chance at a WWE Title shot: Fans should literally be in awe of the pure star power that this one single match contains. Kane has sadly been ruled out of this match after falling victim to an attack by the debuting Wyatt Family, who nailed the Devil's Favorite Demon with...

The WWE has finally decided to breathe some new life into the character of   Brad Maddox. The former NXT Champion and rogue referee now finds himself as the man in charge of the WWE's flagship show, Monday Night Raw. The only question is how will he handle it? The firing of Vickie Guerrero took place Monday night on Raw, as Triple H and Vince McMahon argued over the fate of Vickie's career. Triple H argued that this is a business and Vickie was not good for business, while Vince argued that this is a entertainment industry and that Vickie is entertaining to watch on television. Her fate was ultimately decided by the WWE Universe...

Here comes the Money! With Money in The Bank just days away, I walk through match by match which superstars are bankable and which superstars are going to become bankrupt come Sunday night in Philadelphia. Stay tuned for part two featuring predictions for The Money in The Bank All Stars Match and the WWE title match between John Cena and Mark Henry. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns vs The Usos for The Tag Team Titles: The time has finally come for The Shield to drop the titles and put over another duo in a Pay Per View setting. After winning the titles at Extreme Rules and then defending them against Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton at Payback,...

What was the WWE thinking? Did they seriously think they could simply cut some creepy cult like promos of some backwoods boys worshipping a Charles Manson like figure, and sell it to the WWE Universe? Did they think the buildup up would be worth the result that was given to fans on Raw? Monday night, the WWE Universe was treated to one of the most underwhelming and poorly thought out debuts of any superstar or group in recent history.  The Wyatt family not only failed to deliver in action, but also failed to ignite the interest needed to carry the newly promoted faction into the big leagues of the main roster. The Wyatt family have...
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