Quote of the
I wish there were such a thing as screw-top skulls. I swear,
cracking those cabezas open can be as frustrating as trying to open
a child-proof aspirin bottle."
Fred "Kreuger" Lynn A
hot redhead, Cassandra Peterson made a name for herself in sexy,
extroverted roles. Her first film was 1973's Working Stiff. In
the 1980s, she was in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
(1985) as Big Mama. Cassandra climbed to cult status in the early
1980s when she donned the black wig, vampire makeup and the tight
floor-length gowns of "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark." As hostess of
the weekly horror-flick series Elvira's Movie Macabre, Ms. Peterson
offset her spooky sensuality with a steady stream of raunchy
one-liners and horrendous puns. The popularity of the Elvira
persona peaked around 1988, but she is still adored by fans
worldwide. Her most recent feature length movie is an IMAX
film where you can see her 40 feet tall and in 3D. Yes, you
heard us right. At that height, her boobs are larger than
Cartoon: "Unstoppable force, can lift 100 tons."
Wrestler: "Top rope moonsault, master of the powerbomb."
Cartoon: Brother of X-Men founder Charles Xavier.
Wrestler: Golf and Bonsai enthusiast.
Cartoon: Years of alleged steroid abuse left him with a puny
Cartoon: X-men, Hulk, Spiderman, Wolverine.
Wrestler: "Doink" Matt Borne,
wrestler Juggernaut walks away with the edge!
The Halloween issue
was a lot of fun to put together. We got to interview two very
cool people this month. The first was the chesty
and the second was a Canadian wrestler by the name of
Both of those interviews are exclusive
NinjaPimp content and they can't
be found anywhere else.
We also reformatted the
"Pimp Quotes" page. That
was a lot of fun.
For those of you interested in the NinjaPimp future, we
are working on a special
Jenna Jameson vs Teri Weigel edition. As
you may know, these ladies are feuding. Well, we talked with both
of them, as well as several other adult film stars, and we have some
great dirt to dish. Even adult legend Asia Carrera is in on the
action! Not bad for a small publication
With the Halloween issue, we unleash some secrets of
America's most haunted place,
We also tell the truth about Dr. Jekyll, CNN.
Corina Curves Interview
NinjaPimp's Exclusive Halloween Interview! "Would you like a trick or a treat?"
Corina, it is great
to have you here. This
issue is set to come out around Halloween. We've seen you in photo
shoots as a soldier, redneck, toolman, hot nurse. Do you have any
plans for the 31st?
I have not made any yet. I have a friend who has a coffin.
So I may try to do a vampress scene if I can talk her into letting me
use that ;-). I will show everyone just how I can bring the dead back
Are you a very
superstitious person? Yes and No. I don't freak out if a black cat crosses my path...
But yet I do not like umbrellas opened in the house. ;-) Try and
figure that one out *gigggle*
Are you a big fan of
scary movies? Not any more. Lets just say I have a bit of a weak stomach these
It appears that you
wear wigs a lot for photo shoots. How long is your hair now?
Well believe it or not I do not wear a lot of wigs for shooting. I
have just gone from one extreme to the other. During the winter
I like the darker hair and during the summer I like to high light it.
My hair is lighter right now and is shoulder length. I am
growing it out again and plan on leaving it that way. ;-) I had a
reason I actually cut it short again this last time. But to many
details on that one LOL
Do you think you'll
ever do a photo shoot in an afro wig?
I think that would be cool. I actually seen these pants on ebay that
were striped purple, yellow, blue, orange and I though about how fun
it would be to do a hippie shoot. Now you just gave me the idea to go
all out and add the 'fro dude!!
We have been
covering a real life feud between
Jenna Jameson and Teri Weigel. Their
arguments stem from an incident when they danced together. Have you
seen many feuds between dancers? I have seen many feuds and SO much dram being a dancer and
dabbling in the p0rn industry for a few years. I am NOT into all
that dram. I am pretty laid back and more passive I guess.
I have enough drama with two teen kids. LOL
Is there anyone that
you have feuded with?
Besides my husband. LOL NO!
Three words: The
Thrill Hammer. Is that thing actually any fun?
OH #ELL YES!!! That machine ROCKS. Honestly though it could never
replace a man but i comes pretty darn close! LOL
Can you tell us a
little bit about your page? www.corinacurves.com
I have been dancing for years now.
Well except the last two. Oh, I just got too busy with my site
and family. But I sure miss it. When my husband and I got
together we started experimenting with swinging and met some people
who had a website and they built one for me and showed me the ropes.
I LOVE it. I also love the fact I can stay at home and work my own
hours. C'mon who wouldn't? LOL
Can you tell
us about your name?
My real name really is
Corina and one day I was dancing and we were trying to figure out a
stage or p0rn name for me. Well the DJ announced that I was on stage
next. He said, "Now on stage one, with the infamous HUGE knockers and
great Curves, here comes Corina and all her Curves." Well so it
goes. Corina Curves then became my name.
Is there any
political topic that you feel strongly about? Well to be honest I am not a real political person. I do
have my views. But Politics is to d@mn confusing to me. From my
stand point it is a lot of he said she said stuff, etc. I do
like to get involved with local services. I am recycle nut so I
do care about our environment. I just think
BUSH should be
booted out of office. I have never felt SO strongly about a president
before. So that is my 2 cents.
Well it is obvious
by your pictures that you don't like bush, but that is a different
We recently chatted
with Marry Carey. She's the adult film star who ran for Lt Governor
of California. How do you think you would do in politics? Hell I would SUCK at politics and they would eat me alive!
LOL I am one of the nice guys... not the game player. LOL
Before we let you
go, is there anything you would like to say to your fans? Yah. I love what I do and it is all my fans that keep me here.
With out them it would not be as much FUN!! Mwaaaaa to all of you!!!
Well, we appreciate
your time. Take care, and best of luck in your career.
Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde... CNN hates and loves America
I am an American, I consider myself an
avid viewer of the news. I watched CNN for years, and I once regarded
them as the top news agency in the nation.
Then I moved to Europe and realized that
CNN Europe has a horrible anti-American slant. In an effort to gain
European viewership, CNN Europe has taken a hard anti-American slant.
When CNN Europe reported Hurricane Katrina
news, they used it as an excuse to lambaste American politicians.
They suggested American troops should pull out of other countries, and
they said it served "stingy" America right for all the times we
"turned up our nose at the problems of the world."
The American CNN channel painted a
completely different image. Although unafraid to show concern with
the American political system, the American CNN had no
such anti-American twist. Like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, CNN exists as
one vile and one benign entity.
I write this as a wake up call for
America. CNN is not a benign news company. They are a politically
slanted anti-American hunk of steaming pirate poop!
Sloss furnace in Birmingham, Alabama was built in the mid-1800s.
After the Civil War, out of work blacks were jailed and forced to work
in Alabama's most dangerous steel furnace.
James "Slag" Wormwood was the foreman of that furnace.
Lording over his workers like Satan himself, he drove them hard, denying
them rest or breaks, and pushing them to impress his employers. He
forced them into dangerous tasks, all designed to increase productivity.
All told, 47 men lost their lives to his disregard for safety.
Hundreds more were seriously injured between the intense Alabama heat,
dangerous molten steel, and cramped working conditions.
It wasn't long before the workers had enough of
Slag. One night in 1906 Slag stood in a spot uncharacteristic of him, on
top of "Big Alice," the largest blast furnace in the plant. He
reportedly lost his balance after becoming dizzy from the methane
emissions and fell into the mouth of Hell, his body incinerating on
contact with the molten metal. It was interesting to note that,
during his employment at the Sloss Furnaces, Slag had never once set
foot on the high walkway. It led some to believe that the workers had
murdered their employer, but it was more an act of self-defense.
The story is now part of Birmingham's lore. The furnace
hosts outdoor rock concerts, and is home to one of the most authentic
haunted trails in America.
Legend has it that Slag still roams the grounds, and
radio stations hold contests to see if anyone can survive one night
alone at the furnace.
Unbeknownst to the public, the site, riddled with tons
of rusted steel, is one of the most dangerous public attractions around.
"I worked there for Halloween," stated a Fright
Furnace performer, "and in one night I saw several people injured by sharp
"I quit my job at Sloss when I found out that
they were hiring drug addicts as actors for the Halloween events"
said one actor, "between the safety issues and the crazies acting as
ghouls, that furnace is scarier than people know!"
Juggernaut, Wrestling Interview
Ricky Schu Juggernaut
is a 6'4" 390 lb monster who was undefeated in 2004. He's been seen in WCW, but
ECCW his home.
afro-squad.com likes to profile up and coming wrestling stars,
but you have already had your fair share of success. What are
some of the championships you have held?
Oh man... I can't even remember most of the titles I've held
over the years. I'll try to think of a few of them... I am the
current and six time ECCW / NWA Pacific Northwest Champion....
Steve Corino used to run a wrestling company called PWF out of
PA, I was the first ever PWF Extreme Champion.... ummm... I've
had a few tag titles along the way with guys like Dr. Luther and
Apocalypse (The Shadow from New Japan)... I think the total is
somewhere around 20 titles in just under 10 years.... something
you also work with WCW? Did you have a tag team partner back
did a little work with WCW back in the day, basically appeared
on TV once and got paid to sit around and eat in catering a
couple other times. The
TV appearance was an opening match on WCW Thunder in 2000 where myself and a couple other guys took on
the STELLAR (I hope you can sense my sarcasm) tag team of Kronic
in a 2 minute super squash match. That was the day that I
truely found out that it didn't matter how good you are to make
good money and get a good push in a major wrestling company.
else can you tell us about your WCW experience?
was a sinking ship when I worked for them. They were pretty
much dead and buried and were just waiting for the dirt to get
thrown on the casket. The locker room was a little bit tense
because everyone knew they would soon be unemployed. Some of
the guys obviously had gained enough recognition to move on to
the WWE or get consistant bookings internationally, but alot of
the guys came out of the WCW power plant and had no chance of
making it anywhere else. I just consider myself lucky to have
met a few great guys that happened to be working for WCW at the
time. I recieved alot of really good feedback from the guys in
charge at the time, and in fact I was told that I would have
been offered some kind of developmental deal if the company was
not going under... that was a nice confidence booster.
Where did you get the
name Juggernaut. We originally know then name from the
Marvel comics character.
Though I think the Marvel
character Juggernaut is about the most badass villain of all
time, my use of the name actually has nothing to do with comics
at all. Before I received my black belt
in Judo, I was undefeated in every Judo tournament I had ever
entered. My sensei said that he though I was the unstoppable
force, and that I should be called Juggernaut. When I finally
did get my black belt in 1996, my sensei got the name Juggernaut
embroidered onto my Judo gi. Irony bit me in the ass when I
lost my first fight as a black belt... but the name stuck, and I
just couldn't think of anything else when it was time to break
into the wrestling business.
year's PWI 500 lists you at 292. That puts you ahead of Zach
Gowan, Axl Rotten, Bob Sapp, and a bunch of other big names.
What do you think of the list?
hold a special place in my heart for the PWI 500. Since I was a
young Juggernaut I used to buy the magazine every year, and read
all the bios in it from 500 all the way to #1. The magazine takes alot of abuse
every year from the self proclaimed "Smart" marks of the world,
but you have to take it for what it is. Alot of the guys on
that list would never get any press at all if it wasn't for the
500. It's always interesting to see where I end up every year...
I don't put alot of stock into being rated ahead of the guys you
named. It's kinda cool seing myself move up a little every
year... I'm on the right track, if I keep it up, I should be in
the top 10 by the time I am 80 years old!
think you should have been listed higher. Who else do you think
are some of the underrated guys that should be higher up on that
I appreciate people thinking I should be higher on the list, I
know that I give people their moneys worth every time I step in
the ring, and that's all I can do... Do I think I am better than
some of the guys ahead of me?.... there is no doubt I am, but
being in Canada, and being in the west is never good for getting
too much press or exposure in a magazine that is based oout of
the east coast of the USA.
As for guys that being rated higher.... I think I can probably
name at least 20 guys that never even made the list that I would
easily consider them some of the top wrestlers on earth.
But like I said, you have to take the list for what it is, and
as mad as some people get about it, you really need to respect
the fact that a major Pro Wrestling magazine is giving some
press to some guys that would normally not ever see their names
people underestimate your marital arts skills. Don't you hold 2
I don't think anyone underestimates my martial arts skills, but
it's normally not something I walk around talking about all the
time. Every once in a while I throw some Judo stuff into my
matches to keep people thinking. I am very proud of what I
achieved in the world of Martial Arts. I earned a First degree
black belt in Judo in 1996 and a first degree black belt in a
traditional form of Japanese Jujitsu in 1997. Unfortunately, as
my wrestling schedule got busier and busier, my oportunities to
train in Judo and Jujitsu became less. Once I am done with the
wrestling business, I'm sure I will at least return to Judo
which I absolutely love.
sounds like you are a regular ninja. You also have some pimping
skills. Can you tell us about your juggernaut chicks? Also,
didn't you have an manager? Who is she?
I'm no Ninja, but I am seen quite often wandering wearing Tabi
shoes (Ninja shoes), they are the most comfortable shoes on
earth. I do ok when it comes to the ladies, I have no
complaints... I love the Juggerchicks... I love them all in
their own special ways. I'll admit that I've been dropping the
ball getting some new pictures up there for everyone though,
I'll work on it..... A couple of them are good friends of mine
that just like seeing themselves on the internet.... A couple
are ex girlfriends... and a couple are just flat out dirty
tramps.... but they are good for the business. I've had a couple
managers / valets in my time.... but nothing really worth
talking about.... Except Princess Lily.... she's the best!
you tell us about your website, Juggernaut t-shirts, and shocker
I've had a website since about 1997, but juggernaut-wrestling.com
has been online since about 1999. A website is the absolute
best way for people to keep up to date with what their favorite
wrestlers are up to. With so many guys and so little mainstream
press, the internet is absolutely essential in keeping your name
in the mix.
The Juggernaut merchandise on my website right now is pretty
much crap, nothing to write home about, but if someone really
wants to have a shirt it gives a couple options. The Shocker
clothing is absolutely brilliant... Shocker is a company that
started up here in Calgary a couple years ago, and when I saw it
I need to find out more... so I worked out a small advertising
deal with the owner of the company... funny stuff.... Two in the
pink.... one in the stink!
to the ring. What are some of your more painful ring
experiences? One of my most painful I
remember is actually one of my most recent... I was recently in
a match down in Idaho with Maniac Matt Borne (AKA the Original
Doink the Clown) with Mick Foley as a special guest referee. At
one point I turned around in the ring to see Matt in full swing
with the ring bell, by the time I saw it, it was WAY too late to
try and bring a hand up and block it... I could have sworn
someone shut the lights out for a quick second and I found out
when I got home that I was the proud owner of another
concussion, and a very minor nerve pinch in my neck from the
lovely ring bell. The neck still hurts now over a month after
it happened. Other than that I have had too many painful
things happen in the ring to really pinpoint any in
particular... most of the time I am more dangerous to myself
than anyone else is to me.
was your most triumphant moment in the ring?
not sure what I would consider a triumphant moment in the
ring... I set some goals for myself when I first started
wrestling, and topping that list was wrestling in Japan, which I
have done now many times. I enjoy wrestling and the people I
know through wrestling so much, that every time I go to a
building for a show it's triumphant.
No matter when I decide to hang up the boots, I am confident
that I can look back and be proud with what I have done. I
appreciate everything from my first match ever, to this
interview. I have been extremely fortunate to make a career out
of what I love (and sometimes hate) for almost ten years..... I
can't think of anything bertter than that.