As he taking a shortcut that he normally always take through the forest when he was suddenly jumped by this mystery Pokemon without any poke balls or Pokemon he had no other choice but to grab hold of it and tame this Pokemon by his bear hands! stay tune for tomorrow as we watch as Trainer Jaylyn attempt to capture this Pokemon without the help of help! will our Trainer Jaylyn win and make this Pokemon submit? or will the Pokemon flee before he could capture it!
He sees her everywhere
but she is nowhere to be seen.
She is in that one’s kiss and
that one’s whispered Oh my God, I’m…
She’s in that one’s rosey blushing face
and that one’s quivering voice.
There’s that one’s hands well made and
that one’s exploration of self satisfaction.
He sees her everywhere
but in front of him.
What has yet to be seen is
her sacred heart from which
their love will immediately grow.
Rest in peace, Rosey [April 7th, 1970 - April 17th, 2017]
Reports have surfaced that former WWE World Tag Team Champion Rosey, real name Matt Anoai, has passed away. He was 47.
Rosey competed for the WWE from 2001 until 2006, starting in developmental as one half of The Island Boys with his partner who would later be known as Jamal (who would even later be known as Umaga). The two debuted in the WWE as 3 Minute Warning, monstrous henchman for Eric Bischoff who would tire of segments and send in Rosey and Jamal to bring them to a violent abrupt ending.
When Jamal was released from the WWE, Rosey began teaming with The Hurricane in a comical but successful duo, where he morphed from being a Super Hero In Training (note the acronym) to being The Hurricane’s super sidekick! The two captured the WWE World Tag Team Championships at Backlash in 2005.
Outside the ring, Rosey was well-liked by his peers and has been mourned greatly by superstars from the WWE and in the greater Cincinnati area, where he teamed with Jamal in HWA. Rosey was the son of WWE Hall Of Famer Sika, the brother of WWE superstar Roman Reigns, and was the father of three children as well as the owner of a restaurant in Mason, Ohio. I had the pleasure of meeting Rosey several times, the most memorable of which being in 2005 shortly after he and The Hurricane won the tag titles. I recall telling him that I’d marked out for the occasion, to which Rosey said, “So did I!”
Rest in peace, Matt Anoai. You were beloved by so many, and I’m sure you’ll never be forgotten.
“The Anoa’i family is mourning the loss of Sika’s son, Matt aka Rosey, due to an untimely death.
We want to let his fans know that he loved them and the wrestling world so much. In his passing, he left three beautiful young children and a heartbroken family. Please respect the privacy of his children and family as they mourn the loss of this kind, loving, gentle man, who was a father, son, brother and a superhero to us all.
Our family appreciates your prayers and continued support during this very difficult time.”
I am saddened to learn about this. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and Roman during their grieving process. Rest in Peace, Rosey.