Let the WWE Roster Eat Cake (Off The Ground) & Celebrate a Year of ‘UpUpDownDown’

WWE Tag Team Champion and New Day member Xavier Woods (a.k.a. Austin Creed) recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of his popular YouTube gaming channel, UpUpDownDown.  Over the course of the year, the channel has featured the WWE Superstars play some of their favorite video games backstage (and we’re still waiting for that Vince McMahon episode).  The video above provides yet another example of UpUpDownDown’s charm of letting us better know the real-life personalities of the wrestlers we see on TV every Monday and Thursday (soon to be Tuesday) night. Continue reading “Let the WWE Roster Eat Cake (Off The Ground) & Celebrate a Year of ‘UpUpDownDown’”

Historic Bond Sinks/Bathes JoJo with Perfect Flair – WIRed #86

It’s time for Episode #86 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses Bond, J. Max Bond, Architect, a single-fixture bathtub and bathroom sink, how JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure looks awesome in MS Paint, and Mr. Perfect vs. The Nature Boy on RAW! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Historic Bond Sinks/Bathes JoJo with Perfect Flair – WIRed #86”

The Entire “MS Paint”-Version Opening Of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure

That’s ok! You can have your Adobe PhotoShops and Illustrators, I’ll stick to my longtime favorite imaging program, Microsoft Paint. Granted, the affectionately nicknamed “MS Paint” may not be seen as the best photo/image editing tool to make detailed website banners, ornate greeting cars, an attention-getting magazine cover or even remake the opening credits to our favorite animes/obscure Dreamcast games — what I’m saying is the PhotoShop and Illustrator my be the way to go for those types of projects (or anything else), it didn’t stop someone from trying. Above is an amazingly awesome anime opening to JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (one of my favorite underrated Dreamcast fighters), which HAD to have taken hours upon hours upon HOURS to complete, and it’s not JUST a replica of the original opening sequence as the creators altered most of the scenes and added in some funny extras. So “OurFinalForm,” nerds and geeks everywhere salute you. Continue reading “The Entire “MS Paint”-Version Opening Of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”