August 13, 2013
An open letter to Mr John Cena.
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WHOA WHOA WHOA… Now don’t get me wrong John, I have neither been for you or against you. I have never fully cheered you and been part of the Cenation and I have never fully booed you and been all about chanting Cena Sucks. BUT I do respect what you do in and out of that ring. You’re asking Daniel Bryan to underestimate you and PLEASE think you’re just a Tshirt but at the same time just five minutes before in this self same promo you took that tshirt off and said its you and a symbol of you and you actually had the unmitigated gall to compare your slickly marketed WWE tshirt to OUR AMERICAN FLAG?!?!
Saying your tshirt no more just a shirt then our American Flag is just a piece of cloth. John I know you’re on this kick that after ten years now you deserve all the respect in the world for everything you’ve done and you deserve your place, but please check half of that incredibly sized ego at the door before you compare your tshirt which in the grand scheme of things is still JUST A PIECE OF CLOTH and if I want to buy one and wash my car with it or leave it laying on the ground nobody but the blindest Cena mark is gonna cry over it, but to compare it to a symbol of our country that as the rockets red glare and bombs bursting in air in the end our flag was still there and has flown and been made to fly by the blood sweat and tears of the BRAVEST men and.women to ever walk this earth for the past two hundred years in our US military troops.
Nobody has ever even been injured defending a John Cena shirt. So please do not ever and listen to the words I whisper because Chris Havenstorm’s whispers are louder and carry more gravitas than your wildest screams and demands, do….not…..e-v-e-r…..try to convince us that anything WWE Shop puts out for you to wear on your anatomy in any way comes close or bears any correllation whatsoever to the 13 red and white stripes and the 50 white stars ona background of blue because John to me and everyone else your belief in that is just gonna be even more fake than your attempt to be The Marine did and that’s saying something indeed.
The preceding Public Service Announcement was paid for by Tbe Havenstorm Experience.
May 15, 2013
Christian Nathaniel (Chris) Havenstorm was born in Miami, Florida but very early as a child was moved out to and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada with his younger sister Illyenna. While his baby sister entered the world of professional mixed martial arts, Chris’s heart was always into professional wrestling.
A fan since he was old enough to walk, Chris’s biggest inspiration that led to him becoming a wrestler was Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat because of Ricky’s complete unwavering to compromise his ideals and to never be a heel in his career. Chris made the same promise to himself to never let setbacks or frustrations or negative opinions dictate the course of his career, but that everything he did in wrestling was for two reasons: to be the best, and to always make sure the fans got the best in entertainment every show he was a part of. He trained diligently under several prominent wrestlers and started in other areas, winning titles almost everywhere he went.
He was starting to build a reputation as one of the best tag team wrestlers ever as overall he held 16 tag team championships in 4 organizations around the world. His greatest fame as a wrestler came in an organization called ICW. He was a 6 time tag team champion with two different partners, Darren Phoenix and Violence Jack. He was a former 2 time ICW Hardcore Champion and briefly even the ICW Heavyweight Champion. In a very strange turn of events, Chris also “won” the honor of running ICW as its president for ten months, where he created what is to this day to anyone who knew about it still considered THE most brutally violent and rigorously demanding match ever created, The Ultimate Purgatory Match. It was a match so intense that it has only been seen one time, and may never be seen again. It was also voted Match of the Year for 1999 by the fans and workers of ICW.
And then Chris hired a fledgling manager in 2003 to go into a new area and in his first match in the new area, the manager didn’t find out that the opponent wasn’t really well trained and this person mistimed a move that caused Chris a career ending injury and made it to where he can never take shots or compete again without risking severe permanent injury and possible paralysis. The manager quickly dumped Chris and moved on.
He rehabbed to be able to freely walk again and started managing on his own. If he couldn’t be the best and compete, he would use his knowledge to help other up and coming stars to not only further their careers and turn future stars into superstars but also make sure that none of his charges fell into the same trap and misfortune that his former manager did. In his managing career, Chris has taken wins with losses just like his in ring career but much like his in ring career his wrestlers amassed so many championships in the areas he was in that fans began calling him The Manager of Champions. And now Chris has come to PWF Florida and is looking to amass talent and still live up to his moniker while giving the fans of PWF Florida the very best in sports entertainment today!