(A Very Sad) Saturday In The Park

Yesterday at around 12:30 pm EST my computer crashed…again. This marked the second time in the last three months that my MacBook died on me. To say I am pissed would be quite the understatement.

Anyhow, the reason I am writing about this is because no computer means no interviews (I am actually writing this post from one of those funny internet cafes). This disaster can’t come at a worse time for me as there are a plethora of juicy combat events coming up this week (Boxing After Dark, TNA, WEC 32, Pavlik-Taylor II, Elite XC and No Way Out – pretty crazy, I know). So, it saddens me to report that Jarry Park will be closing its doors for the next couple of days. I hope to be up and running by Wednesday.

Anyhow, we’ve been going strong the last few months with our daily interviews so I thought this would be a good opportunity to ask you if there is someone in particular that you would like to invite to The Park. I try to keep my finger on the pulse of the combat sports world but am always up for guest suggestions so drop me a line at ariel@jarrypark.com or leave a comment below.

Thanks for your understanding and speak to you in a couple of days. (And, yes, I know those are IPods…I couldn’t find any anti-mac pictures.)

7 thoughts on “(A Very Sad) Saturday In The Park”

  1. Dude, get that Mac up and running, or the rest of us Jarry Park addicts might have to chip in and get you a PC! The Windows guy from theose commercials would be so happy right now. Speaking of which, I think you should get him on your show – he used to box in high school. Don’t ask how I know that – I’m just really into combat sports.

  2. too bad about your computer….i was debating an interesting wrestling question at work today. I figured you would be the one to ask. In your opinion, what legitimately popular to very popular wrestler had what most resembles an injury-free career. I thought about this for quite some time because most wrestlers lose parts of their careers to injuries. SO what do you think?

  3. I’m going to go with the Ultimate Warrior. Although his reign at the top was short lived, his career was hindered more by poltics then by injury.

  4. Hey Buddy,

    First and foremost, I wanted to congratulate you and Jaclyn on your engagement! I know I’m pretty late on this one, but I don’t have Facebook so I’m pretty much out of the loop.

    Second, I wanted to suggest a few potential interviewees/guests… Mainly some of Canada’s own, The Crow would be my number one choice. Also, Patrick Cote, Sam Stout or Chris Horodecki would be interesting guests. Just a thought!

    Keep up the good work,
    Steve-o

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