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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider View Post
    I get it. Very clever.
    I try to not get that tasteless. I posted it with mixed feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Where would you go if you were trying to sell wrestling related music. Don't get the hate.
    Usually legit businesses buy advertising instead of spamming message boards. If youngotto ever talked wrestling and was a contributor to the board I might give him a pass. However he only pokes his head out of the recording studio long enough to drop a link to his music on message boards.

    Wrestling camps are "wrestling related" do they get to post camp information without going through the proper channels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by louden swain View Post
    No hate, just answering JensenS question. To be honest, we've spent way more time on this goofy song than we should have.
    Louden: you cut weight to wrestle Shute who was easily 30 lbs bigger than you, can you explain how Shute certified so low? Perhaps he listened to this song?
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

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    Shute was a punk. He probably had the Dead Kennedys in his walkman.
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  5. #23

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    lol at herkey ... however , i think it was probably a mix of Whodini or Sugar Hill Gang in his cassette

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    Not a rapper myself other than country rap, give me some "Dirt Road Anthem" everyday, but I can definitely see my nephews loving this stuff! Kudo's to youngotto for being enterprising, authentic, in his drive for success! DC

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