This is by far one of the funniest and most surreal things I've ever seen on the internet. The Iron Sheik apparently really hates B. Brian Blair of the Killer B's. Not only does he call him a fag but Sheiky also wants to humble him by breaking his back and fucking him up the ass.
A few facts about Samoa Joe:
1. The eternal conundrum "what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object" was finally solved when Samoa Joe punched himself in the face. 2. When the Boogeyman goes to sleep every night he checks his closet for Samoa Joe. 3. A Handicap parking sign does not signify that this spot is for handicapped people. It is actually in fact a warning, that the spot belongs to Samoa Joe and that you will be handicapped if you park there.
Not sure if that was a shoot or just him in vulgar kayfabe mode. Either way, it's still one of the most surreal things I've ever seen.
TO BILL BRASKY!
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Originally posted by The Vile1"But besides that, everything else was great."
Besides the ass-raping, back-breaking, and the humbling Iron Sheik?
Wow...that was just...surreal. The interviewer didn't really know how to respond to it.
Well, how would you respond to an obviously insane wrestler saying the same thing 30 times? I don't know why, but I suddenly am wishing for the next season of Celebreality to feature "Sheik Knows Best."
I don't know how this spread, I never posted or promoted it anywhere but suddenly it started popping up everywhere and I started getting a ton of comments every day, and that Wrestlecrap guy put it in one of his updates. Do people just search for "Iron Sheik" when they go to YouTube or something?
That whole interview is pretty outstanding, by the way.
Sgt Slaughter was a huge heel coming off the Vietnam Era, calling the whole crowd maggots, etc. Since it was an unpopular war and the military was generally looked on unfavorably, this was how Vince McMahon Sr. saw the money in it.