Wiffle Ball Champions

Darkness and Dominator will reclaim the championship

What has the Sun been up to?

One of the most influential players of 2008 Wiffle Ball Championships, the Sun has been full force. He has given up his dreams of playing as an all-time fielder/umpire, and decided to focus on football. He is trying to become all around athlete, but has focused on football, since his “rain man” days of basketball only lasted one August evening in 2008.

Even after the scandals that the Sun has been on the Loveshack’s team, he has quickly regretted that decision. There have been reports that he has gotten into altercations with team Loveshack, and tried to join the real team, The Champions. His decision was solidified after reports of how the Loveshack operate came out (no pun intended). The Sun has released this statement regarding his interaction with Team Loveshack, “The Sun was at a point in his career where he didn’t need to be associated with Team Loveshack. He doesn’t care that they ‘won,’ but they haven’t shown The Sun the respect he deserves. It’s a tragedy really, but the Sun and Team Loveshack are no longer affiliated with each other.”

[The Sun, refers to himself in the third person, as he preps to become an NFL star]

Photos as proofs are found below:

He is seen here trying not to be seen with this new rival, Crybaby Nik.

Notice the expression on The Sun’s face when he was forced to take this photo.

Here you can see that he is happy with his new decision of distancing himself from Team Loveshack and trying to adapt the Champions way.

There were also reports that the Sun may be heading for a different career path as well. Trying to become a historian as he is seen trying to buy his way into the history books by collecting artifacts from different areas around the world. However, after discussing these options with Darkness and Dominator, he has decided to keep this as just a hobby where one day he can buy these artifacts after earning his millions in the NFL.


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Questionable Reading Material – The Loveshack Controversy

After insinuations of cheating were anonymously tipped to the WBC offices, the investigation team decided to take to the source: the Loveshack locker room, commonly referred to as “The Boiler Room.” [ed note: Sources close to the team have alluded to the fact that they turn the heat up to 100+ degrees, urging those who enter to shed articles of clothing, but these allegations have yet to be confirmed.]

Upon further investigation, several interesting books were found in the lockers of Premo and Crybaby. Let’s take a look:

Now, this one isn’t too bad. A Self-help guide to the ins and outs (all homo) of the wonderful game of Wiffle Ball. In an interview with The Darkness, he would mention that “Real champions don’t need a mother[expletive]’ guide.”

Wiffle Balls? Upon investigation and a quick skim of this booklet, reports said that this was not a guide to the game of wiffle ball. In fact, the book had no information that contained anything of relevancy to the game.  In actuality, it was a guide to the local ‘homosexual hangouts’ of the greater Houston area. A bit risky, but I guess times are changing.

This is the book that has caused a bit of a stirrup in the industry as of late. Excerpts from this book, “On Ways to Win,” have alluded to the “unofficial equipment” scandals and ‘dirty’ playing methods.

Some of the controversial excerpts:

“Sometimes you may seem like you are overmatched and overdominated, with no light in sight. Don’t fear there are plenty of ways to get past this type of team. You can try to bribe the referees or umpires, or even make powerful equipment to help you. Practice may seem like another way, but it takes a lot longer.”

“You should try to bribe to get an extra player in the game. Use an outside force to get this extra fielder, and take away the other’s teams’ strategy. The more you have in the field the merrier. Bribing again can be used with this extra player.”

Not exactly a testament to team playing, don’t you think?

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Will the December curse be an issue for the Loveshack this year?

It’s no secret that Tony Romo has seen his days of glory, but as soon as December rolls around, choke city. Considering that 1/2 of the Loveshack derives most of playing influences and inspirations from the famed Cowboys quarterback, one has to take the December curse into consideration.

The last meeting between the Champs and the Loveshack happened in July of 2008. The Loveshack were barely able to take the championship, during Game 7 of the series. Let’s not forget the unbelievable comeback on behalf of the Champs from a 3-0 deficit to even take the series to Game 7. During Game 7, the Loveshack were able to measle a win when it came down to the wire, and respects and dues had been paid up.

This year’s championship takes place in the dreaded month of December. Will Tony Premo rise to the occasion or fall victim to the curse?

Stay tuned to Wiffle Ball Champions for ongoing coverage.

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