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The World Wrestling Federation and the Washington Wizards Freakshow. Only in America Only in America is a children's television programme that originally aired in 2005 on the CBBC Channel. It is presented by Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates.
The show documents the pair going on a road trip across the United States. .
The World Wrestling Federation's headline performer is The Rock.
The Washington Wizards Freakshow's headline performer, Michael Jordan This article is about the former basketball player. For other uses, see Michael Jordan (disambiguation).
Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17 1963) is a retired American professional basketball player. , loves to throw up the rock.
The World Wrestling Federation also has ``Stone Cold'' Steve Austin Steve Austin can refer to:
The Washington Wizards Freakshow goes stone cold when M.J. starts throwing up the rock. Like hitting 3 of 16. That's when they call for the undertaker.
The World Wrestling Federation has a popular TV show each week called ``Smackdown!''
The Washington Wizards Freakshow is a weekly popular TV series, in which M.J. and his pals often get smacked down.
The World Wrestling Federation used to be in bed with NBC Sports NBC Sports is a division of NBC, responsible for the televising of many sports events on the network. The NBC Sports broadcast lineup includes: The Olympic Games (through 2012), the NFL, the NHL, Notre Dame Football, the PGA Tour, the USGA Championships, Wimbledon, the French chairman Dick Ebersol when they tried to run the XFL XFL Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada - Shawinigan / via Rail Service (Airport Code)
XFL X-Treme Football League
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XFL X Football League . It was awful.
The Washington Wizards Freakshow is currently in bed with NBC Sports chairman Dick Ebersol, who tries to get Jordan on his network as much as possible. It is awful.
The World Wrestling Federation is fixed.
The Washington Wizards Freakshow can't be fixed. But when Jordan catches wind of a fix, he's off to Atlantic City to drop half a mil.
The World Wrestling Federation lost $47 million this year.
The Washington Wizards Freakshow has lost eight in a row going into tonight's game against ... does it really matter?
So, other than that, we see no common thread. ...
--And those $175 floor seats for the Wiz's games at the MCI (1) (Media Control Interface) A high-level programming interface from Microsoft and IBM for controlling multimedia devices. It provides commands and functions to open, play and close the device.
(2) (Microwave Communications Inc. Center can be had for much below face price on the ticket-broker grapevine, if you're in the DC area and are bored out of your mind. ...
--The NBA NBA
1. National Basketball Association
2. National Boxing Association
NBA (US) n abbr (= National Basketball Association) → Basketball-Dachverband (= fashion police who fined, among others, Shaq and Kobe $5 grand apiece for wearing shorts that hung too low, said it had to be done to ``protect the integrity of the uniform.''
Have they seen the tops and bottoms that the Wizards have to wear each game? ...
--Update on Mario Lemieux's comeback season: One goal in 11 games, and the Pens have inked eight wins in 19 games with the worst power play in the league going into Friday night. ...
--The Nuggets Nuggets can refer to several branches of interest:
--Sat next to Chan Ho Park the other night at a Lakers game. A true L.A. fan, he arrived late and left early but was around long enough to finish off a horrendous plate of Staples Center nachos and an equally disgusting- looking hot dog. ...
--So the D'backs have been talking to free-agent John Smoltz about joining their starting rotation. Even thought they could use him more in the bullpen. ...
--Cal looks ready to take on Nebraska. ...
--NBC executive producer Tom Roy, on why he gets more of a kick watching pro bull riding (which his network will air live Sunday) over stock car racing
Stock car racing is a form of automobile racing found mainly in the United States and Great Britain held largely on oval rings of between approximately a quarter-mile and 2. : ``In NASCAR NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), organization that sanctions American stock-car races, est. 1948. It held its first race in Daytona Beach, Fla. , if you wreck a car, the car doesn't chase after you.'' ...
--The Kings want to set a Guiness World Record for most fans with painted hair, so they've set up people with silver and purple spray cans at each entrance starting at 11 a.m. for today's 1 o'clocker vs. San Jose.
We all thought we'd never see the current record, whatever it is, broken in our lifetimes. ...