|Who's that jobber?|
|It's Luke Lonza!|
Ace Aarons vs. Luke Lonza in Jobberpaloozer 14. Don't be surprised if he doesn't actually exist. I think he may have sprung from my imagination and directly into BG East's roster.
Oh the youthful innocence, the hotness. The catalog description did not lie, he really does say "Yes siree!" as he waits for the match to start. And you say, "Oh no..." because he said something like "yes siree" at the beginning of a DVD called "Jobberpaloozer."
Yes, he is as doomed as he sounds. At one point in his cries, he even says, "I'm sorry!" Not that he's apologizing for anything he's done in the match or anything. Cheat? I think he never would. I HOPE he never will. He's this throwback...innocent...just...everything you could want and more.
And his opponent, Ace Aarons, was a perfect choice for his first match. They play off each other perfectly. Ace talks a lot, and I LOVE that in a heel. He feeds well off of Luke's whimpers and cries.
Oh Luke! Here's hoping for a long and devastating career in wrestling. Here's hoping the heels just get nastier and nastier. Dirty Daddy. Kid Karisma.
Some of us have budgets that only allow buying this kind of DVD once in a while, a few times a year maybe. And when you're spending that much, you stick to what you know, 'cause why take chances, and you play it safe and have a lot of Brad Barnes matches. (Love you Brad, love you so hard.) But in a case like this, just thank the wrestling gods I took a chance on Luke. 'Cause good gracious. Luke Lonza. Oh my stars and garters.