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My name is Kim Gray (hence the pen name). I'm 28 (till December) and married to the love of my life. I have been coming on this website for probably about a year now just reading stories. I have only recently gotten up the nerve (with some friendly coaxing from CraftyTink529) to write a story myself.
I have been a wrestling fan my entire life, so that's why my one story so far is in the wresting section. I love wrestling because it's an escape for me. There aren't many things in this world - except my nephews' football games and other family things - that pull me away from Monday Night Raw each week. I totally respect every single one of those guys and girls for what they do week in and week out. Yes, I do have my favorites but without each of them the show misses something.
John Cena is my favorite. No, I'm not just some silly fan girl that drools at the very sight of him. I respect him for his amazing work ethic and dedication to the business. Plus, he's not hard to look at either. :)
Shawn Michaels ranks a really close second. He's put so many years in this business and done it all. I love the fact that he's a born again Christian and not ashamed of it whatsoever.
I think Randy Orton is extremely talented. Although he sometimes bores me to tears on the mic, I still think he's awesome in the ring.
I have a love-hate relationship with Batista. I had never been a fan of Batista's until I saw a live Smackdown house show in Tupelo, MS. I really enjoyed his match with Edge. He really sold me on him - especially with the "Edge acting gay" thing he did. You'd just had to have been there... But, on the other hand I don't like him as a person because of a lot of the stuff he said in his book.
I think CM Punk is awesome for living the straight edge lifestyle. He proves you don't have to be huge (physically) to be successful.
Of course I do like most of the other fan favorites. I met Kofi Kingston this year after Raw in Memphis, and he smiles out of the ring as much as he does coming to the ring. Super nice! I met Shad there that night, too, and he talked to me and my husband for a good while.
I really do admire the biggest majority of the Divas. Even though some of them are just as fake as can be, a lot of them really want to be good wrestlers and do put in the time and effort to train and get better. I do think a lot of them are good role models.
I can't stand Triple H. He's married to the boss's daughter and gets absolutely everything he wants. He can't stand to put someone over, and he'll one day break Ric Flair's record of World Championships held. He just gets on my nerves.
Edge truly does his job as a heel. I hate his guts!
The Miz and John Morrison just...ugh...I can't even stand the thought of them. I do admit they are talented wrestlers, but I can't get past their idiotic gimmicks.