So the women won by a landslide on the previous post. Now you have to choose WHICH woman you want on your desktop.
So, as this is the last week for Creatively Endeavored in its current incarnation, I wanted to create something that all the readers & followers of this site would like to see. Typically for our weekly graphics I choose someone or something that is the biggest story of the week but it seems as if I am just rehashing the same talents repeatedly.
So I want to hear from all of you.
I want to try something different, sort of bracket voting to whatever the majority would like to see. We’ll start first with just a general poll. Then we’ll break down the results of that poll into another one to get the final idea for the last Creatively Endeavored “Wallpaper Of The Week” & the very first HTC Wrestling “Wallpaper Of The Week”! I’d like to get this done before the launch of the new website on Sunday so I’ll be keeping the first poll open until Thursday around noon and then the second poll open until Saturday morning around 10am.
If there are any specific ideas you would like to see, I IMPLORE you to start a discussion below. Like I said, I’m flat-out of ideas, so any ideas would be great!
Here’s the first poll that will close on Thursday 5/30 around 12pm:
: Brooke being with Bully Ray was less believable than any porn scene, EVER!
: As good as Bully Ray has gotten on the microphone this angle just doesn’t do it for me, at all.
Xscape Match: Christian York vs. Matt Bentley vs. Alex Silva vs. Sam Shaw vs. Lince Dorado vs. Puma vs. Jimmy Rave
– Solid opener with the predictable spot-fest. Another good showcase main roster member Christian York also.
“New School vs Old School”: Tony Nese and Rashad Cameron vs. Douglas Williams and Kid Kash
– Williams and Kash pick up the win. Nothing too special here except that Niese made a strong case for himself getting another look from the 2 major companies.
On this past week’s Impact, TNA compiled videos of Bully Ray explaining the entire Aces & Eights storyline and Ray’s heel turn. Not only were these videos terrifically produced but they did something that wrestling doesn’t do in today’s era… they EXPLAINED EVERYTHING! Not only did they explain everything but they showed you visual proof of the little nuances, sleight of hand and long-term booking that went into everything that was paid off at Bully Ray’s heel turn at Lockdown. TNA did exactly what we’ve all been asking for, for the last couple of years and they did it well.
Since one of TNA’s “big 4” PPVs in live tonight (Lockdown), I figured it was about time I was able to examine TNA Wrestling a little more closely in 2013.
Now it’s no secret I’m a TNA fan… or I should say was. It’s not just what they’ve done to the product over the last few years or the people they’ve brought in or pushed, it’s more of the fact that I just don’t have time for TNA. Since WWE has moved Monday Night Raw to 3 hours every week, I cover a “10 Thoughts” column on that show, follow that up with writing news articles from the fallout of a 3 hour show as well as the next day’s taping of a 2 hour SmackDown and trying to keep up with what is going on in the constantly improving NXT developmental territory. Plus the addition of a podcast Thursdays (The Creatively Endeavored Wrestling Pulsecast that you can find on BlogTalkRadio.com or on iTunes) and monthly interviews with the likes of Jake “The Snake” Roberts, “Diamond” Dallas Page, Rob Schamberger, Adam Cole and more. God forbid it be a PPV week as well! And that’s just my “wrestling business” life! While I work on these passion projects, I also have a day job to pay the bills, a Victorian house from the 1800s that we’re still trying to get settled into & renovate, a 2-year-old that epitomizes the “terrible twos” while being wickedly awesome at the same time and a wife who tries to support me in everything I’m trying to do while also carrying a baby! The Harrak household is just one project, chore, event, job or playtime after another with hardly time to sleep or eat. When we first moved into our home, we decided to “name” it “Serenity” as it was our one safe haven (and that Firefly was a badass TV show). But now I’m thinking we might need to rename it to “The Thunderdome”. Unfortunately the piece that’s been left by the wayside in all of this has been TNA.
– As much as I was against Jeff Hardy getting another chance, it’s been great to see his sobering success.
– Hernandez just almost KILLED ANOTHER wrestler! Why is this man allowed in a ring?!