talking shit to A-Rod, and warning Chuck Liddell that his girlfriend is a scam artist, it's tough to come up with a lot of interesting tweets for his followers. But fear not, Canseco fans, Jose was back at it this weekend to provide entertainment for all to enjoy.
let's see who is smart enough to figure out what happened at the boxing match
Boxing match? The only notable boxing match I knew about was Pacquiao vs. Mosley (because I saw the commercial 100 times this weekend), but that isn't until May. Wait a minute...you don't think...no, he couldn't have...but maybe...was Jose Canseco in another celebrity boxing match this weekend? Only with Jose could the answer be both yes and no.
Jose was scheduled to appear in a celebrity boxing match this weekend in Miami. According to "news" reports (I put those in parenthesees, because I'm not sure if you consider MSNBC, The Miami Herald, and ESPN news sources), Jose sent his twin brother Ozzie to pose as him for the celebrity boxing match. The switch was figured out when the Jose that showed up did not have Jose's tattoos and looked smaller than normal. I hate to break it to you, boxing promoter, but these tattoos aren't real.
But let's say this is true, that he really sent Ozzie in his place, I would have no choice but to no longer consider him the most awesome human being around. Instead, I will have to put him in another category, because it is unfair to compare mere human's awesomeness to Jose's. He attempted to pull off a trick that was made famous by The Killer Bees and perfected by the Olsen Twins. I can't even begin to put into words how awesome that is, but I know that nothing could ever compare to it.
But is it the truth? Well, that's a little tougher to know for sure. Let's look at the evidence. Jose followed up with these tweets
is anyone out there smart enough to figure it out or are you all a bunch of hateful morons
how can you haters being so ignorant it's amazing
I am still waiting for an intelligent scenario
by the way e s p n is owned by major league baseball of course they are going to lie
It's clear to me that a bunch of idiots thought that these "news" stories were facts. But it's just ignorance that would make people believe this. Nobody could even come up with an intelligent scenario, because they are brainwashed by ESPN. And don't get caught up with the MLB owning ESPN, because he was not speaking in literal terms. But MLB has ESPN by the balls, so ESPN will follow MLB's plan to destroy Jose Canseco's life for exposing the truth about steroids in baseball. And here is yet another piece of evidence.
Be very careful with Damon feldman who runs celebrity boxing he will not pay you if you fight for him
How would Jose know that Damon Feldman did not pay him if he wasn't even there? The ignorant hater response would be that Ozzie could have just called Jose on his cell phone to tell him about not getting paid. Unfortunately, that argument is unlikely. I highly doubt Ozzie can afford a cell phone.
And finally, Jose's most brilliant tweet of this ordeal.
just remember the media is write 20 percent of 50 percent of the time
Does this mean that the media is only right 10% of the time? Maybe. But more likely, it means that the media only does what one would consider writing 10% of the time. Coming from someone that is writing his THIRD book, I think anyone who isn't a total hater will give credence to his opinion.
If there's one thing that Jose stands for, it's the truth. So why would he deceive people? Can you explain that one to me, Mainstream Media? No, you can't, because no matter how much you haters lie about him, Jose will rise above it all to show us the truth.
UPDATE: Jose's side of the story revealed.
UPDATE: Jose's side of the story revealed.
P.S. I e-mailed Jose to get his side of the story. Since we have a ton of mutual respect for each other's work, I'm sure he will try to get back to me, but things are crazy right now so he was unable to respond at the time of publication. I will be sure to post Jose's response when he finds the time to e-mail me back.
P.P.S. To help prove Jose's remark about the media, this may be the dumbest article I have ever read, and it is in one of the most well-respected newspapers in the country.