I flipped across this last night, on ESPN Classic I think. It was the two "brother" comedians that show up on a lot of the VH1 clip shows. They were giving an old Mid-South show the MST3K treatment...poorly in my opinion.
But the matches caught my attention. A VERY young Ted Dibiase had an impromptu match with The Great Kabuki(!) among others....
There was also Bob Orton, and someone I didn't know vs. Jim Garvin and Kerry Von Erich.
Other than the annoying comedians, the matches and wrestlers brought back some memories...good and bad. Does anyone know if they always do wrestling? Or was that just a one time thing?
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"Orton's facials were perfect, I must say." (Ringmistress)First off, it's Randy and Jason Sklar. And they were funnier on Battlebots, as far as I've seen from the ads. Hope they reair this one, though.
DEAN's Nuggets of Wisdom:
"A-Train could wear a Vampirella outfit and I would toast a load to it."
I hated the finish, but lost in all the debate here is the fact that Undertaker carried Kozlov to his best match ever. Triple H stunk up the joint with Kozlov but Taker worked a minor miracle by making the match watchable.