Monday, January 15, 2007


Sour Jocks: Punchdrunk with Mike Tyson in Round 6 Edition

Ding! Ding! Ding! Another round of Sour Jocks begins where Mark McWired left off.

Sour Jocks Sports Carnival takes your posts on miscreant millionaires, steroid-induced wife-beaters, fathers punching out Little League umpires -- and the like. If you'd like to enter your posts in future editions of Sour Jocks, do so right below:

Blog Carnival submission form - sour jocks

Sour Jocks is looking for hosts, too. To become one, wake up The Hippo and contact him right here where he'll set you up for you to knock them down!

Sour Jocks has three categories for your submissions: Sandlot, amateur and professional.


Since our first entrant didn't specify which level of field to enter, your Sour Jocks commissioner assigns Vahid Chaychi into 'sandlot' only for rounding purposes of having at least one sandlot entrant. Mr. Chaychi gives a primer of physical problems other than ramped rage relating to steroid use and would like to karate chop the users and their chemists in Doping and Cancer Kill Athletes Cruelly posted at

...which is a kinda funny title since it means 'health tumor'.


Further filling out tonight's card is a throw-in from the commissioner to insure this ranking shows one more dive from Mike Tyson -- another celebrity taking time out for rehab. In a decisive moment, Tyson took a timeout from rehab before submitting to authorities after a zany drug spree not involving tattoos.


A truly gigantic basketball fan and showing well in the run for Best of Asia weblogging, Dan Harris argues that China's growing pains are similar to a young athlete reaching regional stardom and knowing it, only to be brought down a notch when realizing he's only one of many similar talents playing at the next level. Mr. Harris also states that "Yao Ming ain't all that" at China And Yao Ming Rising? posted at China Law Blog.

So goes another round of Sour Jocks. Where's the cardgirl?

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