Page 15/365 : The Comedown & Raw

Bit of a comedown today following the fun and games of yesterday’s TV appearance. Plenty of ribbing from people at work, with some saying I should have gambled and most saying I shouldn’t and some asking the next thing I will be doing. Truth is I can’t get into anything else for a while. You have to sign a contract now which basically stops you going on shows in quick succession.

I am hoping to get a call back about Beat The Clock, the show that I had to turn down because I was on Tipping Point. Just need it to be commissioned a second season πŸ˜‰

Big win for Leeds tonight in the FA Cup, picking up a 2-1 win over Birmingham to set up a match against Spurs at Elland Road in the next round. Should be a good turn out for that one. McCormack and Diouf got the goals tonight.

Watched some more Prison Break this evening as well as catching up on WWE Raw from last night. Raw was a bit disappointing. It was the 20th anniversary of Raw and I expected a bit of an extravaganza, unfortunately, The Rock, Mick Foley and Ric Flair were the only flashbacks to Raw of yesteryear, aside from a few video packages of things we had all seen back on the 1000th episode. Nothing of any massive interest really.

The Rock Concert was funny, and the main event was good with Cena and Ziggler facing off in a Steel Cage, but it was a match with nothing on the line and all-in-all massively pointless in terms of storyline and progressiveness.

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