July, 2011

 

Top Hotties from #FriskyFriday on July 29th

Why is Friday the best day of the week? Because hot ladies all over the world get scantily clad (and sometimes not clad at all) and take pictures of themselves to share. In case you missed it, Frisky Friday is a weekly feature here on GuysNation, where we not only give you the chance to view these lovely ladies, but you get to VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES!! Click the pictures to get a better view, and click the names of the ladies to go to their Twitter page to getRead More


WWE Smackdown Results Recap – 7/29/2011

It’s a day late, but it’s anything but short! GuysNation reviews the results of Smackdown each week and gives you our play-by-play comments and analysis, and this week is going to be none the different! What’s on tap? Triple H has promised to show up and talk more about the current state of the WWE, and after how RAW ended, he’s got plenty to talk about. Without any further ado, let’s get down to the show! Chief Operations Officer Triple H makes his first showing on Smackdown since he scoredRead More


Smackdown Wrestling Wisdom July 29

Triple H: He starts out doing the McMahon strut down the ramp, but thinks better of it.  If I was the new ‘COO’, I would probably wear a tie that is more festive, or at least has a pattern of some sort. Booker and Josh are excited, but everyone’s favorite announcer, Mitchell Cole is obviously not, which is fine by me. For someone who just interrupted The Game, Christian got a fair amount of cheers when his music hit. For all the talk of Chrisitan’s ‘title win’, I gotta giveRead More


Squared-Circle Jerk (@S_C_Jerk) for 7/29/2011

- After watching Raw, I learned what it was like to be one of my college girlfriends: disappointed after having me prematurely ejaculate all over the place. For, that is the feeling I had after seeing Punk walk out (while “Cult of Personality” played, no less), into the ring, and glared at Cena while the two held their belts up high. Someone should inform WWE writers that shock value for shock values sake is not shock value… a true, genuine shock value is a built up explosion… not a groupRead More


Albert Haynesworth: Washington Redskins Problem No Longer

For the better part of a year, fans in Washington D.C. have been waiting for this day: Albert Haynesworth is no longer a member of the Washington Redskins, as the team finally found a trade partner for the Defensive Tackle. He was a typical signing in the Dan Snyder era: a high profile player with questionable character who got a huge pay day from Washington based on a great season or two at the end of his previous contract, and then he gets to D.C. and fails to produce. HaynesworthRead More


PWI 500 for 2011: Our Predictions

If you haven’t heard, it was announced that The Miz was selected #1 for the 2011 PWI 500 list. With the rest of the list yet to be revealed, GuysNation took a look at last year’s list (which can be found here on GuysNation by clicking the “PWI 500″ link above this article) and we’ve tried to predict how the rest of the rankings will look.  Keep in mind that PWI 500 doesn’t incorporate things which happened in July 2011, and include accomplishments dating all the way back to lastRead More


Top 10 Washington Redskins of Super Bowl era: Monk, Jurgensen, Taylor, Riggins head list

The Washington Redskins have one of the greatest histories of any NFL team.  Picking the Redskins’ ten best players is nearly impossible, so here’s a list of the ten best Redskins of the Super Bowl era, based on one observer’s opinion.  Receiver Art Monk tops the list, Sonny Jurgensen comes in second, and John Riggins rounds out the top three.  Sammy Baugh was the greatest Redskin, but this list only includes players who played since 1966. Sam Huff and Bobby Mitchell didn’t make the list, only because by the time theRead More


The Lockout Is Over?: Analyzing the NFL’s ‘New Deal’

If a lockout ends and no one is around to hear it, does anyone care? Despite my sarcasm, the end of the NFL lockout is one of the hottest topics in the sports world, getting no shortage of coverage from ESPN and NFL Network to name a few, not to mention regular news outlets. Now the media hype machine is in overdrive mode, attempting to cram the normal summer coverage into a matter of weeks. Despite the fact the new CBA is actually not technically agreed upon and its finalization still weeksRead More


Weekly Movie News – July 26th 2011

There’s so much going on in movie news right now that instead of covering it in a dozen separate articles, I wanted to give some summaries all in one spot. While the second half of this article contains several stories and (at least partially substantiated) rumors, we’ll first start with the money… Box Office Top 10: 1. Captain America: The First Avenger ( $65 M) 2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 ( $47.4) 3. Friends with Benefits ( $18.6) 4. Transformers 3 ( $12) 5. Horrible BossesRead More


RAW Wrestling Wisdom July 25

Tourney Final: This match isn’t the main event? You’d think with all the importance put on this tournament last week, they’d save it for the end of the show. At least Cole is there to tell us all the greatness of The Miz. Does he not pay attention to other wrestling promotions? They are plenty of great champions that have won masks; Jushin Liger and El Santo are just a few. Jerry is right, Cole is reaching with that long winded anti-mask rant. That DDT from Miz to a kneelingRead More