At this time of year, while the sub-average drunken roustabouts are consumed with rodent meteorologists and the spurned and rejected harpies of the world fortify themselves with drug store candies and whatever substances they can acquire to numb themselves beyond stupor, Larry Inc. pauses to acknolwledge those melanin blessed individuals who have made contributions beyond the par to the gentleman's sport of Professional Wrestling. Espousing the powerful doctrine of Pan-Africanism, Akeem The African Dream rose to prominence in the World Wrestling Federation. His notions of equality and inclusion were deemed "radical" by racist promoter Vincent Kennedy McMahon, who did everything in his power to stop the rise of this Nubian hero. Advised at every turn by noted theologian and Ph.D The Doctor of Style Slick, Akeem achieved unprecedented success for a black man in a sport that to that point had viewed those of African decent merely as minstrals or savages. (Akeem and advisor Dr. Slick discuss Pan-Africanism with noted bigot Sean Mooney - credit: Larry Inc.) On this first day of Black History Month, Larry Inc. thanks Akeem for his tremendous sacrifices and contributions to the sport of Professional Wrestling.