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- 1/4/13699997986 BC - We thoroughly review The Big Bang and its effects on business worldwide. I analyze the mistakes made and how the early Universe failed to create stars right away. I also have an exclusive interview with Dory Funk, Jr.
- 4/9/33 - The business ramifications of Jesus Christ's crucifixion and subsequent resurrection are analyzed. Staff writer Barnabas of Yafo has the SCOOP that the resurrected Christ was an impostor, setting up for a big Jesus vs. Jesus match at the big Coliseum house show for the Rome territory.
- 10/9/1975 - We cover the big plane crash, which consists of calling everyone who was on board and WASN'T back in the ring within a week a giant, throbbing pussy.
- 4/4/1985 - In my most regrettable issue ever, I completely ignore WrestleMania instead opting to go all in on covering Yugoslavia's Tito Wrestling Fest for Free Peoples.
- 5/4/1995 - FULL COVERAGE of the Collision in Korea, including a 34 page analysis of the great and glorious Democratic People's Republic of North Korea by guest analyst Kim Jong-Il.
- 6/24/1999 - Nothing special really happened this week, but I printed a full size centerfold of my penis.
- 6/28/2007 - The life and times of Chris Benoit, including several pages of conspiracy theories about how he wasn't the real killer and instead was the victim of an elaborate setup perpetrated by Kevin Sullivan, Mongo McMichael, George W. Bush, Louis Anderson, and Elian Gonzalez, written by a group of people who'd go on to found Reddit's EXCELLENT subforum on pro wrestling, r/SquaredCircle.
Alright, now, usually my reporting is SPOTLESS and ACCURATE, but sometimes, even ol' Horbie makes some mistakes. In accordance with the terms of my parole, and under threat of litigation from Dave Meltzer, Mike Mooneyham, Satoshi Tajiri, OctoMom, and the Ku Klux Klan, I am compelled to write the following list of retractions of news stories I have printed recently.
- Contrary to my report on WWE releases, Brodus Clay was not released from his contract because of chronic and odoriferous flatulence. As it turns out, WWE released him because it had reached its self-imposed quota of African-American wrestlers and needed to release someone so it could sign Willie Mack.
- I recently reported that Sting would release a smooth jazz album with Paul Simon and Ric Flair. This report was erroneous. He's actually playing guest bass on three tracks on the next UltraMantis Black LP.
- This past week, I reported that Ric Flair would be working on WWE's tour of Mexico. As it turns out, he was working in the country for the White Widow Enterprises cartel muling coke into the United States in an attempt to work of his massive debts.
- I'm Jon "Bones" Jones reported abandoned by UFC. It is inside the UFO suspended in the liquid, just a week after a glove.
- I reported that Mad Men, season 4, episode 6 contained a reference to pro wrestling, but this report was false. As it turns out, Don Draper just burped.
- My report that stated "pro wrestling and mixed-martial arts are two different things." THEY ARE EXACTLY THE SAME. ALWAYS.
- I misattributed reports of Vince McMahon's impending demise to the Weekly World News, when in fact, Bryan Alvarez originally reported it in the Figure Four Weekly.
- As it turns out, the average weight of a human testicle is 17.2 grams, not 17.2 kilotons. I regret this error.
- The quote, "We shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender," was actually said by Winston Churchill in 1940, not by Emma on the 9/4/14 episode of Superstars.
- During my detailed rundown of Hulk Hogan's filmography on Monday in response to his tweet about going to see Ninga Turtles, I omitted his starring role in Untitled Hulk Hogan Sex Tape (2012). This omission was a mistake, I assure you.
- The following is a list of things I erroneously reported as being ribs on Renee Young for wearing shoes. They were NOT ribs on Renee Young for wearing shoes:
- Darren Young coming out of the closet
- The finish to Brock Lesnar/John Cena at both Extreme Rules '12 and Night of Champions '14
- Booker T's continued employment as a WWE talking head
- CM Punk walking out of WWE
- Hulk Hogan saying Silverdome instead of Superdome
- Sami Zayn's eternal NXT losing streak
- The fall of the Roman Empire
- Young's position in the Superstars broadcast booth
- The rise of Communism in Russia
- Last week's poll results are as follows: 44% of you gave Night of Champions thumbs down, 26% thumbs WAY down, 21% genetically engineering a third thumb to put down with the other two, and 9% spent Sunday night pleasuring yourselves to old UFC footage instead. Here's this week's poll: