Thursday, 30 October 2014

British Boot Camp 2: Air Date 26th October 2014

It's still Thursday somewhere. Let's talk about Boot Camp episode two.

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Second-hand embarrassment kills me. And this episode had a lot of it.

For example, Grado. Mate. Please give it up until next year?

And a few others auditioning gave agonising promos.

I don't blame them. Standing up in front of Samoa Joe, Gail Kim and Al Snow must be stressful.

But like I said, cringe comedy isn't my thing. So I paused this episode a lot.

Also, advice from me to everyone: never say "I'm bad at this" at an audition.

I don't care if you suck at it. Don't say that you do. Just give it your best shot.

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It's not modesty to say you're awful. It's putting yourself down, and you're better than that.

Peptalk aside, I loved seeing Kris Travis and El Ligero go through.

I've heard of Rampage Brown but not seen him, and he seems pretty awesome.

And as for Mark Andrews, how have I missed this guy?

He was freaking fantastic. Ten out of ten for him.

And all the ones who got turned down took it graciously again, which is great.

Oh, and in other news, Rockstar Spud continues to confuse me by looking classy as all hell.

I actually miss the ugly suits, though. Thank goodness he's still wearing them on Impact.

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Boot Camp is still fun, but it's possible I just don't like reality TV much.

Except the Great British Bake Off. But you can never go wrong with cake.

– Stark

P.S. If you haven't already, please consider donating to either the Trav Aid or the Showing Some Love Indiegogo funds for Kris Travis. Thank you.

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