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Monday, 3 January 2011

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A fighting bull named Senor Maracas, whom Marc Anthony bet on and lost $20,000.

HOLLYWOOD - The Tinsel Town Times Tribune is reporting that they have just learned the real reason why Jennifer Lopez, aka J-Lo signed on to be one of the judges on American Idol.

According to T4 reporter Fauna Goobergarden it appears that Jennifer's husband Marc Anthony, who is an avid fan of bullfighting, and who has been known to bet tens of thousands of dollars on a single bullfight, has found that he is in serious trouble and has run up bullfighting gambling debts totalling $3.4 million.

The account has apparently been turned over to Tijuana's Piñata De Queso Drug Cartel for collection.

Goobergarden said that she spoke with Marc Anthony's personal hair stylist Mr. Fufusi Tispi of Manhattan, and he stated that Anthony has admitted that he has a tremendous obsession with betting on bullfights.

Gooby, as her editor calls her, noted that Anthony has bullfighting bookies in Mexico City, Tijuana, Nuevo Laredo, and Cancun. Cancun recently inaugurated the $9 million [111 million Pesos Mex.] Mrs. Pancho Villa Commemorative Bullring which is the world first domed bullring.

The domed bullring has 16 deluxe siesta style luxury suites, a dozen wandering Mariachi bands, and Astro-Dirt.

Gooby disclosed that there have been times when Mr. J-Lo would bet as much as $25,000 on a single bullfight. Goobergarden pointed out that Anthony would justify his bets by saying that there is no way that he could pass up the unbelievable odds which at times have gone as high as 1,000 to 1.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: I am truly amazed that Mr. Anthony has not resigned himself to the old bullfight adage that goes back to the times of the Aztecs and Mayans which states, 'Never, ever bet on the bull, even if you hear that the matador may be drunk.']

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