Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Question of the Week: 11/6 - 11/12

What would your American Gladiator name be, and why?

11 comments:

Matt said...

I definitely think my American Gladiator name would be Rhino. I actually wanted to try out for the show, but I missed the deadline earlier this year by 2 days.

pgarrig said...

hmm.... i would definitely maybe have to say that my name would be "THE JOLT"

Jared said...

It would have to be Turbo, in a tribute to my high school golf team teammates. My Junior year, a senior was coming up with names for everybody and the name stuck.

Aaron said...

mine would be "mordack, lord of the unholy fury". it has such a nice ring to it.

akadewey said...

I'd have to go with my given middle name... "Dewey"... who can touch that? Perhaps for the feel of American Gladiator, though, my name ought to be preceded by a definite article... as in "the Dewey"... much better.

the heckler said...

i'm having a hard time narrowing it down-but i think i'm going to have to go with "virus."

virus sounds pretty brutal. i think it would give me an incredible psychological advantage, particularly in games where physical contact is necessary. it also opens the door for all kinds of cool one liners for the announcer...like "he just got INFECTED!"...and given the fact that almost all the american gladiator names of the past have been one word, it just makes sense.

stuart said...

The Kid.. well you know, since that is opposite of OUR group, but consistent with my "other" circles...and because I'm so quick and fast (what?!?!)

Rachel said...

my coworkers have suggested the following...

sprinkles
precious
tootles
force field
raven - this was the most supported

i work with 4 guys. i think that explains it all..

Marie said...

Although I'm not sure how good of an American Gladiator I would be here are my two options.
1.Spirit
2.Moxie

Julia said...

i would be the scrum-master.
to the untrained eye, in a rugby game, during the "scrum" it looks like a bunch of people head-butting each other. And honestly, as an American Gladiator, who wouldn't want their trademark move to be head-butting?

Erik said...

I'm gonna go with Rex. It's a wild and feral name, more strongly associated with animals than people at this point. It's almost like a grunt. I would be like the current Gladiator Wolf, except weirder and less predictable.