Can I Get A Little Respect?

Anthony HammettCorrespondent IJune 4, 2009

NEW YORK - APRIL 28: M.V.P. pins  Dolph Ziggler during a match at WWE SmackDown at Madison Square Garden on April 28, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by George Napolitano/Getty Images)

What's a guy gotta do to get some credit around here?

I've paid my dues. I've did my homework. I wrote my articles. I shared my thoughts.

I went to bat against the wrestling haters of the world. I told stories that entertained.

Yet, I can't crack the top 50 writer list on the B/R Wrestling Section. This is truly a travesty.

You see, B/R, I'm your MVP. That's right, not the most valuable player, but Montel Vontavious Porter. I'm straight up ballin'! And I'm that much better than you.

Even a wrestling hater who will go unnamed has found his way into the top writer's list. Rather than be a player hater like the rest of you, I extend my hand to him for making that list against the odds.

So, to whoever decides these rankings, you had better wake up and smell the coffee brewing in Brazil. I'm a diamond in the rough. The needle in a haystack. The United States Champion of The Bleacher Report Wrestling Community!

And that, my friends, was my version of a promo. It was brought to you by the brilliant minds of the creative writing team of the WWE and TNA for brainwashing me 4 days a week.

Related

    TNA Loses Its TV Deal in the UK

    Pro Wrestling logo
    Pro Wrestling

    TNA Loses Its TV Deal in the UK

    Corey Jacobs
    via Wrestling News

    Twitter Reacts to Top Stars and Moments of Clash of Champions

    Pro Wrestling logo
    Pro Wrestling

    Twitter Reacts to Top Stars and Moments of Clash of Champions

    Erik Beaston
    via Bleacher Report

    Clash of Champions Highlights and Low Points

    Pro Wrestling logo
    Pro Wrestling

    Clash of Champions Highlights and Low Points

    Anthony Mango
    via Bleacher Report

    Biggest Stars of Clash of Champions

    Pro Wrestling logo
    Pro Wrestling

    Biggest Stars of Clash of Champions

    Kevin Wong
    via Bleacher Report