Exclusive news update from the 2016 WFTDA Championships in Portland.
Jammer eats actual baby.
“I’ve always found that phrase confusing. Well, I’ve certainly protein loaded now.”
Sports court still worst court.
Better options said to include wood, concrete, royal and legal court.
All games so far ended in hugs, not fist fights.
Male players confused.
Gotham think they are ‘the good guys’.
Disagreeing with this is literally everybody.
Scientists discover new types of geometric shape in roller derby walls.
First reported sighting of a rombangle and a trimond outside of computational simulations.
Referee to be treated for jamnesia.
“One second I knew it all, the penalties, the points, the passes, and then suddenly … It was all gone!”
‘Rotational violence’ to blame for global warming.
But TNOB’s new helmet technology laboratory are on the case.
Recent rumours that the 2017 Men’s Roller Derby Association (MRDA) Championships may be held in Europe led to outrage on social media. Numerous American roller derby players stated that it was simply impossible to fundraise enough money to bring a team to another continent.
In response to this, the MRDA have now announced that to cover the increased cost of playing at the MRDA Championships in the UK they will award a travel stipend to the player who is the most whiny about this situation.
MRDA spokesperson Billy Rubin explained:
“We understand that having to be on social media all day long leaves very little time for budgeting and fundraising.”
Applicants may approach the MRDA via any social media platform, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and can do this under their real name, derby name or any pseudonym they choose. You just have to use the new MRDA hashtag: #MayTheBestManWhine
Particular points will be awarded for the most outrageous whining, examples of which could include: ‘We’ve never had to fundraise before’, or ‘I can’t travel to MRDA Champs in Europe because of my criminal record’.
Billy Rubin elaborated:
“Overall, we feel that this is the right move, as the loudest whiners are clearly those who want and need it the most and they are the people we should be supporting.”
“We want to send the message that in this organisation, you can have anything you want as long as you demand it loudly enough.”
Roller derby players from across the USA have recently discovered that roller derby is also played in other countries. This revelation has lead to widespread confusion, anger, existential dread, and of course outrage on social media.
Bubble Standard, of the Lame County Rollers, commented:
“This came as a complete shock to me!”
“Are people in other countries even allowed to play roller derby? I mean, nobody asked me if I was ok with it!”
“How are we going to be the number one in roller derby forever, if we are going to let other people play?”
“If we don’t halt this development in its tracks, it will certainly spell the end of North American roller derby.”