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iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so godamn cool

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— 15 hours ago with 163891 notes
sailorfailures:

librorum:

by めれ

Hell yeah, I love pictures of Yankee!Mako.

sailorfailures:

librorum:

by めれ

Hell yeah, I love pictures of Yankee!Mako.

— 1 day ago with 158 notes

fictivetruism:

current mood: baby yoshi from super mario world

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— 1 day ago with 118787 notes

tinalikesbutts:

Need condoms? Right there in the fucking aisle in a supermarket or CVS.
Need female birth control? Nah bruh, need a prescription and the consent of the lord Jesus Christ amen

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— 1 day ago with 60107 notes

reblogging for that last pic <3

(Source: ircaveman71, via pharrfromheaven)

— 3 days ago with 7 notes
#lucha libre 
robschamberger:

Acrylic on 30″ x 40″ canvas
On the short list of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling, you will find the name of the man called Sting. Born Steve Borden in 1959 Omaha, Nebraska, he soon gravitated to the world of bodybuilding. His amazing physique soon saw him partnered with Jim Hellwig, the future Ultimate Warrior. The duo, with Borden as Flash and Hellwig as Justice were called Power Team USA, and soon rebranded as the Blade Runners, where Flash became Sting and Justice became Rock. They worked in Memphis from 1985-1986 and later for Bill Watts’ Universal Wrestling Federation. Hellwig soon left to pursue his own career, and Sting soon began teaming with Eddie Gilbert and then withGentleman Chris Adams. When Crockett Promotions purchased the UWF, Sting then began working for them and got his exposure on a national level with World Championship Wrestling.
In 1988 he soon entered into a legendary rivalry with Ric Flair. He also had a notable tag match with Dusty Rhodes against the Road Warriors. The following year he had a brutal feud with The Great Muta. By the end of 1989 he found himself teaming with Ric Flair to face off against Muta and Terry Funk and joining the Four Horsemen.
Going into 1990, Sting had won a number one contender spot for Flair’s National Wrestling Alliance World Title, bringing dissension into the Horsemen ranks. This saw Sting battling with the other members before defeating Flair for his first World Championship in July. Over the next few years he cemented his place as the ‘Franchise of WCW’ by continuing to face off in memorable matches against Flair, teaming with Lex Luger, and elevating talents like Steve Austin, Vader, Mick Foley, Rick Rude, and teaming with the new-to-WCW Hulk Hogan.
In 1996 he was one of the first WCW competitors to stand up to the Outsiders Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, facing off against them at the historic Bash at the Beach ’96 where the third member was revealed in Hulk Hogan, setting up the formation of the New World Order. He soon began transforming his customary colorful face paint and ring attire to a look more inspired by the movie The Crow, sporting all black, jet black hair, and white face paint. For a year he did not say a word, and mostly just watched the matches from the rafters.
In early 1997 he finally began striking against members of the nWo, setting off one of the most exciting rivalries in wrestling history. He would repel from the rafters during moments when wrestlers were getting beat down by the nWo, driving them off with his black baseball bat. By the end of the year he finally returned to in-ring competition when he faced off against Hogan and defeated him for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
As the nWo storyline ran its course, Sting had rivalries with Diamond Dallas Page,Goldberg, Sid Vicious, Randy Savage, Jeff Jarrett, and Scott Steiner. When Vince McMahon bought out WCW in 2001, Sting opted to let his contract expire and not join the WWE.
After competing overseas the next couple of years, he joined Total Nonstop Action, helping the fledgling company find its footing. There he competed against Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, Christian and others before winning his second NWA World Heavyweight Championship in 2006, 16 years after his first win. He soon lost it to Abyss. He soon entered into a program with Kurt Angle, then Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, AJ Styles, and more. Sting became a mainstay of TNA, helping many younger talents to get established. Sting parted ways with TNA in 2013.
In 2014 Sting started working with WWE on some documentary projects. With such a storied past, it’s very telling that the future is still wide open for The Icon.
About the piece: I wanted to capture Sting’s different looks in this painting, so I opted to ‘fracture’ it with vertical panels showing his more colorful ‘Surfer’ look as well as the ‘Crow’ look. I did it all with acrylics, first the colorful areas and finishing with the black and white sections.

So awesome! I get paid tomorrow and this is where it&#8217;s going :)

robschamberger:

Acrylic on 30″ x 40″ canvas

On the short list of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling, you will find the name of the man called Sting. Born Steve Borden in 1959 Omaha, Nebraska, he soon gravitated to the world of bodybuilding. His amazing physique soon saw him partnered with Jim Hellwig, the future Ultimate Warrior. The duo, with Borden as Flash and Hellwig as Justice were called Power Team USA, and soon rebranded as the Blade Runners, where Flash became Sting and Justice became Rock. They worked in Memphis from 1985-1986 and later for Bill Watts’ Universal Wrestling Federation. Hellwig soon left to pursue his own career, and Sting soon began teaming with Eddie Gilbert and then withGentleman Chris Adams. When Crockett Promotions purchased the UWF, Sting then began working for them and got his exposure on a national level with World Championship Wrestling.

In 1988 he soon entered into a legendary rivalry with Ric Flair. He also had a notable tag match with Dusty Rhodes against the Road Warriors. The following year he had a brutal feud with The Great Muta. By the end of 1989 he found himself teaming with Ric Flair to face off against Muta and Terry Funk and joining the Four Horsemen.

Going into 1990, Sting had won a number one contender spot for Flair’s National Wrestling Alliance World Title, bringing dissension into the Horsemen ranks. This saw Sting battling with the other members before defeating Flair for his first World Championship in July. Over the next few years he cemented his place as the ‘Franchise of WCW’ by continuing to face off in memorable matches against Flair, teaming with Lex Luger, and elevating talents like Steve Austin, Vader, Mick Foley, Rick Rude, and teaming with the new-to-WCW Hulk Hogan.

In 1996 he was one of the first WCW competitors to stand up to the Outsiders Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, facing off against them at the historic Bash at the Beach ’96 where the third member was revealed in Hulk Hogan, setting up the formation of the New World Order. He soon began transforming his customary colorful face paint and ring attire to a look more inspired by the movie The Crow, sporting all black, jet black hair, and white face paint. For a year he did not say a word, and mostly just watched the matches from the rafters.

In early 1997 he finally began striking against members of the nWo, setting off one of the most exciting rivalries in wrestling history. He would repel from the rafters during moments when wrestlers were getting beat down by the nWo, driving them off with his black baseball bat. By the end of the year he finally returned to in-ring competition when he faced off against Hogan and defeated him for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

As the nWo storyline ran its course, Sting had rivalries with Diamond Dallas Page,Goldberg, Sid Vicious, Randy SavageJeff Jarrett, and Scott Steiner. When Vince McMahon bought out WCW in 2001, Sting opted to let his contract expire and not join the WWE.

After competing overseas the next couple of years, he joined Total Nonstop Action, helping the fledgling company find its footing. There he competed against Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, Christian and others before winning his second NWA World Heavyweight Championship in 2006, 16 years after his first win. He soon lost it to Abyss. He soon entered into a program with Kurt Angle, then Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, AJ Styles, and more. Sting became a mainstay of TNA, helping many younger talents to get established. Sting parted ways with TNA in 2013.

In 2014 Sting started working with WWE on some documentary projects. With such a storied past, it’s very telling that the future is still wide open for The Icon.

About the piece: I wanted to capture Sting’s different looks in this painting, so I opted to ‘fracture’ it with vertical panels showing his more colorful ‘Surfer’ look as well as the ‘Crow’ look. I did it all with acrylics, first the colorful areas and finishing with the black and white sections.

So awesome! I get paid tomorrow and this is where it’s going :)

— 5 days ago with 98 notes
#sting  #prints  #wcw 

natashaarabella:

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someone’s building an actual Krusty Krab less than 6 miles from where i live

no really, it’s in construction

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it’s coming along nicely

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they put up the flags

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OMG

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— 1 week ago with 365422 notes

wcwworldwide:

WWE 2K15 Trailer Ft. Sting [Releases October 28th]

The thing that had people buzzing all day long, the thing that we all already expected to see — the new trailer for the WWE game featuring Sting as a pre-order bonus.

Still… this clip is pretty damn cool.

I don’t even watch anymore, but I went out of my way to find a stream for this purpose only. Even if it wasn’t a “real” debut it was an amazing promo that made any real fan nostalgic, and any new fan at least curious. With the best of Nitro also coming out on the WWE network, what would be better than an intro from the Franchise of WCW? This is really just a step into the WWE hall of fame, something he definitely deserves. 

— 1 week ago with 39 notes
#sting  #wcw  #wwe  #wwe2k15  #steve borden