We had two different groups going on. We had a “Top secret pokemon club”, and we had our “WCWF” which was our backyard wrestling that was just started over lunch in a middle school.
Our pokemon club had us holed up in our sweet little club house in the backyard trading pokemons on our gameboys, dupicating mews and mewtwos, trading cards or attempting to battle, and making obscure club rules like: “don’t scratch em if they itch”.
made this real quick in honor of Bryan and I’s first link cable trade with our puke green cable haha.
Our wrestling club or “organization” was pretty neat too, as the club house served as its offices. We kept a filing cabinet there with all the wrestlers contracts, the roster, all of our matches and who-was-what-champion lists, hell even our homemade championship belts (most of) were stored there.
Next to the club house we had most of our wrestling matches. It was on occasion they were at the rec center playground or at James’ house.
Hell once we fought ECW style at a baseball field in oakwood. Who knew you could get hit in the head full force with an aluminum baking sheet and it doesn’t really hurt THAT bad?
You know what, come to think of it, We never did have that match for the “XTW CANADIAN HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD” , so if you catch wind of this James, that’s a challenge, LOL.
I wonder if anyone ever found my 12 pound binder full of pokemon cards and library printed players guides for the original gameboy games….
Man we used to use so much paper at the library. I should go over there and print off the pokemon yellow manual from gamefaqs.com as a tribute.
Leave a Reply