In light of his recent death, next week’s Raw will be a two hour and five minute tribute show dedicated to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
“He was a great man,” said Vince McMahon. “We’ve been to Iraq several times now and no one has ever blown me or one of my animals (wrestlers[superstars])up. I attribute this to my good friend, Abu Musab al Zarqawi.”
“He was da numba one memba of da Chain Gang,” said John Cena, who proceeded to pull out a forty. He opened it up and took a drink. “Dis is fo my homey, al-ZarqaWI!” I informed Cena he was supposed to pour it on the ground, but Cena looked at me all confused like.
“al-Zarqawi, or A.Z. as he liked me to call him, was a real friend to me at this point in my life,” said Shawn Michaels. “Whenever I was tempted by drink or female flesh, I’d give A.Z. a call and we’d talk about remaining true to God’s plan for us. I might not agree with his methods, but I agree one hundred percent with his stance on homosexuals.”
Matt Striker is planning a 15 minute segment during which he teaches the audience about al-Zarqawi: The Leader, The Lover, The Man. The Divas will be having a burka match. The main event will be HHH vs. a one night only returning Goldberg.
“They offered me a hundred thousand dollars to show up this Monday and, how did they put it, ‘Play the heel by Jewing it up’,” said Goldberg. “Of course I said no at first, but then they told me it was for al-Zarqaqi. I’ve hung out with the dude a couple of times so I accepted the offer. I think it’s odd that I’m going up against Hunter. With his nose, who’s going to know who the Jew is supposed to be?”
We tried to reach multi-millionaire and future world champion Umaga for comment, but he has been crying in his hotel room all day.
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