G20 Event of the Year!!



What a lineup!  What a venue! What a NIGHT!

Ever since Tony Abbott laid down the gauntlet to Vladmir Putin with the now infamous ‘Ill shirtfront him!’ statement, the whole world has been waiting for this confrontation.  Now, courtesy of thegurgler.com,  Errol Stewarts, and the G20, the international stage is set for what may be the bout of the century!

To tantalise the sellout Suncorp crowd we have the Cliche Smackdown Triple Treat; can the ‘Bonge retain his title?!

Then it will be the local Derby, its Campbell Newman vs the State of Qld.  As a treat for those at the stadium, even if you aren’t a Queenslander, you’ll be invited into the ring to help QLD.  Spectacular action!

The final curtain raiser  brings 3 of the dirtiest fighters in the business, the People’s Republic of China versus Jeff the Dinosaur versus Clive Palmer.  Will the numbers of the Chinese be enough against the might of Jeff or the girth of Clive?

Anticipation will then be at its peak for the main event.  Abbott’s experience in the ring at Oxford University against Putin’s, well if the media is to be believed, experience against anything that walks, crawls, slithers or slides.  If you arent one of the lucky ones to have a ticket, rest assured you wont miss out with it being televised on Briz 31 (only if you are within the Briz 31 antenna range which is only 8% of the QLD population)

About Harlan Bulwer 11 Articles
Bulwer was born in Hughenden in QLD in the 80’s to a housekeeping mother, and a daguerreotypist father. From an early age he had a thirst of knowledge for the particular, wanting to know everything about everything. This can probably be attributed to the 250km he had to travel to school to Charters Towers. It was only natural then that he went on to study epistemology at the University of Notre Dame (Aus not US) but dropped out after 2 years, citing ‘ It just wasn’t enough’. Always being an avid sportsman, an enthusiastic rower and bocce player, he would be often frustrated by the incorrect and inaccurate reporting of events that he attended. He saw a need for an honest, insightful journalist who wouldn’t settle for anything less than the whole story. His first article was printed in the Nyah Times, breaking open the story of corruption at the Callop Tournament of 1994. Even though he suffered major backlash from officials and fans, it never deterred him, only drove him harder. After landing front page articles in the Yass Tribune, Albany News, and Port Pirie Post, he now lends his expertise to www.thegurgler.com