Getting Back in the G-R-double O-V-E

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Post by "Road Dogg" Jesse James on Sat Apr 01, 2017 5:42 pm

The scene crossfades into a backstage shot of wrestling legend, "The Road Dogg" Jesse James. A nearly unprecedented roar of cheers erupt, quite easily trumping over the backstage audio briefly. His whole body is in clear view at the start, where we can see The Real Double J in his classic Attitude Era attire: this time his black sleeveless T-shirt sports his name in D-X neon green, tucked in as usual to his black wrestling sweatpants of which sport the same neon green on their outside sides, one half of his nickname overlaying on either side. Those sweatpants, too, are tucked in but into his boots that mimic the pants’ design on the front of them.

He’s pacing back and forth, mouthing something. Every now and again, a very slightly audible ’Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of ages…’ or ’... that D-O-double G’ can be heard. Soon enough, the small verbal recital is joined by him practicing those classic jabs. It’s as though he hasn’t lost a step, almost as if one already could hear Jim Ross saying ’that Southpaw, Road Dogg with the left hands’. The crowd, as it turns out, is treated to an early look at the classic Shake, Rattle, and Roll as he practices the vintage little juke and jive between jabs and a practice punch.

The camera begins to move in a little closer, and from behind Road Dogg, Tony Atlas can be seen walking down the corridor. His signature laugh echoes throughout the backstage area as he sees Road Dogg, drawing the Roadie’s attention. They dap each other up and pull into a hug, exchanging heartfelt pleasantries.

Road Dogg
Well if it ain’t the B-O-double crooked letter. What’s going on, man?

Their conversation is brief, and soon enough Atlas walks away, leaving a pat on James' back and a microphone in his hand. The camera focuses on solely Road Dogg again, this time the closest its been yet, with the view allowing a view from the top of his head half way down his chest. Suddenly, his theme is able to be heard. He looks at the camera with a smirk on his face and raises the microphone to his lips.

Road Dogg
Oh, you didn't know?

He smiles at the camera and walks past it. The camera stays where it is, but we're allowed a view of Jesse James walking through the curtain just a few feet away as he chants the second part of his legendary chorus.
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