Why the Wrestling World Should Be Grateful to RJ City (2021 Edition)


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Wrestling on Thanksgiving? More like RJ City on Thanksgiving! Even your lowest basement wrestling fan tends to favor Roman Reigns’ long WWE Universal Title run, but the real streak we should all cherish is how we’ve roped Canadians at WrestleZone RJ city to say what he’s grateful for on American Thanksgiving Day. We’re up to third year on “Why the Wrestling World Should Be Grateful for RJ City” (2020 & 2019 Editions) and the clicks show us that his thoughtful and rightly condescending perspective has a punch similar to that of Rip Taylor with his confetti throwing.

2021 happened to not be such a mess in the punch bowl when 2020 thought we’d had some bittersweet events this year after the pandemic. The fans are back and if you ignore the average body odor of a wrestling fan, that’s certainly a good thing because it puts money back into the pockets of the competitors who are forcing us. The celebrity stopover we made made us appreciate attending live events all the more, but RJ City gave us something else to appreciate: a better rating of the people we wasted our time with:

“I’m grateful to the people who use the phrase ‘back to normal’ because it reminds me not to include them in my new normal.”

Much like your degenerate gambler’s uncle’s low-piss attempt at whipping scalloped potatoes, this term is actually vomiting. In a roundabout way, did RJ City set an example of how to deal with your maudlin family at the turkey table by being on Celebrity Family Feud and how you can hone your skills on a concise answer better than seeing him and David? Arquette plays “Fast Money”.

Now, some of us can be a bundle of nerves going to old Mee Maw for Thanksgiving. Who knows what that old bag will scream to hammer another wedge between it and your sister while your brutal brother-in-law chews open-mouthed? Why not hug that with a cup or two of RJ’s? “Hello, fear” Coffee? A nutty dark roast that is sure to tear you away from your family discomfort.

Would you like some more wise words from RJ? He can provide you with the perfect Ruth Buzzi reference to bang great-grandfather Rollie out of the senilty for a moment about his cameo or get an early dip in that Black Friday bloodletting by shopping with him Pro Wrestling Tees Shop or his own shop full of self-reflective loot, including a shower curtain to wash away all of your insecurities.

Happy Thanksgiving, America, Canada and Hell, the whole Western Hemisphere.

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