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  Recently Justin Bieber has been in the news for allegedly  getting a littly fisty with a paparazzi.  We immediately called Justin to see what the scoop was. He told us via Skype that the press has got it all wrong.  They said he was leaving the movie theater with girlfriend Selena Gomez.  Dead wrong. Justin tells us he was actually just at the gym where he works out and he was with his trainer and mentor, Dana White..who just happened to be wearing a long brown wig and dress,  similar to Gomez’ style.  Justin tells us that he has been secretively training to become a UFC fighter.  We didn’t believe it at first so we contacted his agent who put us in touch with Dana White.  We talked to Dana via telephone.  He told us that Justin is one of the most promising young fighters he’s ever seen.  He believes that even though he’s only had 3 weeks of training he will be able to beat any fighter that gets sent his way and that he will be added to the next UFC lineup.  Dana says he believes he is so talented at fighting because he has had to fight off all d’em pre teen bitches for the last few years.

In conclusion, Justin didn’t punch a paparazzi.  He actually punched his sprawl partner. Who  cried like a little baby and decided to make up an elaborate story and sue Justin for a his donero.

Don’t believe us?  LOok at the picture. Clearly a UFC publicity photo.


With Kessel, if you have a chance finish him! He’s a good player… but don’t shit your pants on him!!!”
John Tortorella

After months of desperate anticipation, and many sleepless nights, HBO’s Emmy-Award-winning, epic hit series “24/7” made it’s truiphant return this Wednesday and certainly did not disappoint. This time round, one of the National Hockey League’s most intense rivalries – The Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers – is documented in the weeks leading up to the 5th annual NHL Winter classic outdoor game on January 2, 2012. The 4 part series provides fans with an unscripted, all-access experience into the lives of the two of the NHL’s best teams on and off the ice, before facing off in the first ever outdoor NHL game played at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.

Now as you may or may not know I am a die-hard Toronto Maple Leafs fan, so naturally I would despise these two Eastern Conference rivals. However after watching just one episode of the new series I instantly have a renewed admiration for the teams – more specifically their Head Coaches Peter Laviolette and John Tortorella – who have both won Stanley Cups in 2006 and 2004 respectively. They tell it exactly like it is with their no holds barred attitudes towards their players and the game, and this truly resonates with me as a hockey player.

Also, for those of you who have not seen the 24/7 Penguins/Capitals from last year you may want to hide your kids, and hide your wife before watching this. If there was a drinking game for every time someone dropped an f-bomb, you would be passed out precisely within the first 10 minutes. I know Robin was. No lie! Key highlights of the episode include Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov explaining the universe and Russian booze, Sean Avery being Derek Zoolander, and anything John Tortorella says. BOOM!


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