Category Archives: It Came From YouTube

All the goofy, nostalgic, and obscure wrestling and wrestling-related footage we can round up from the interwebs!

It Came From YouTube: This indie wrestling announce team needs a little work…

10 Submitted by on Wed, 05 June 2013, 00:00
Longtime Crapper Randall B. submitted this clip from some obscure Midwest independent wrestling promotion circa 1995. I try not to post independent stuff because it’s almost always done so cheaply that it isn’t fair to pick it apart;  but the guy practically insisted I take a look. He said he submitted it because of the announce team, and not the Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Hulk Hogan in The Dungeon Of Doom’s lair

11 Submitted by on Tue, 04 June 2013, 17:03
Crapper GeneMean sent in this clip of Hulk Hogan in The Dungeon Of Doom’s lair and writes: Watching the Darkside Hogan promo made me think of this awful/awesome segment from that feud. It’s enough to make me wish Mickey Rourke never stole The Wrestler out from under Hogan’s nose. Oh man; I was having a really lousy day and I Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Hulk Hogan joins the dark side. Well, he wears a lot of black, anyway…

10 Submitted by on Tue, 04 June 2013, 05:02
Crapper Pretentious internet Theatre dug deep into WCW obscurity with this clip and writes: I found this weird clip of pre-nWo dark side Hogan. By the way, if the Dungeon of Doom’s mission was to rid WCW of Hulkamania, and Hogan formed the nWo didn’t that mean they were successful? He went by Hollywood, and I remember Hulking up didn’t Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: WWF Superstars care about their fans- even Big Daddy Cool Diesel cares!

11 Submitted by on Mon, 03 June 2013, 11:16
Crapper Surfer Sandman sent this in and writes: Crapper Surfer Sandman here. I just wanted to submit the following Youtube video featuring Diesel in a PSA from the mid-90s. It has german subtitles for some reason. Figured you’d be interested. Let me me know! That began like The Godfather (I mean the mob movie, not the upbeat, marijuana-smoking pimp) and Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Steve Austin terrorizes a city in his music video “Oh Hell Yeah!”

6 Submitted by on Sun, 02 June 2013, 18:48
Crapper E-Squared submitted this and writes: I remember that this song was advertised in the commercial for “WWF: The Music vol. 4,” but I never knew that a video existed for this song until years after this. It’s funny to see Austin as like a Godzilla-like monster, though the song could have been a lot better. Eh… It really needs Gamera there Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: A snapshot of WCW in 1995

4 Submitted by on Sun, 02 June 2013, 00:00
Crapper Paul S: submitted this clip from 1995 WCW and writes: 1995 WCW in a nutshell. Mean Gene shilling “inside” tips on his hotline, Kamala killing a jobber, an earlybird cameo by The Giant (The Big Show), Regal expressing confusion over this newfangled “Triangle match,” and a pretty awesome promo for Vader’s Roadkill Tour. All in under six minutes. Yeah; Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Backyard Wrestling themed music video

4 Submitted by on Sat, 01 June 2013, 10:11
My Partner In Crap Art0Donnell found this music video and writes: When Baltimore-based indie-pop duo Beach House released their third album in 2010, they commissioned a music video for each track, each by a different director. The result was many bizarre videos that had little if anything to do with the songs themselves. For example, this homage to backyard wrestling. Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Rock appears on Star Trek: Voyager

4 Submitted by on Fri, 31 May 2013, 18:55
The Rock and others talk about his guest appearance on Star Trek: Voyager. He played (what else?) a super-strong alien. Both Smackdown! and Star Trek: Voyager were on UPN at the time; hence the cross-promotion; in case you were wondering why this was happening… You can read more about The Rock’s appearance on the show in his Memory Alpha Star Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Stand Up for WWE’s propaganda). Or just watch us mock Vince. Whichever…

14 Submitted by on Thu, 30 May 2013, 00:00
In late 2010, Linda McMahon was running for the U.S Senate. She was attacked for WWE’s past business and ethical scandals, and especially for some of the controversial story lines they portrayed on-screen (IE: Objectifying women, Satanism, Attempted murder, and so on). Much of the controversial on-air material was from The Attitude Era which had taken place several years before. Linda’s Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Roddy Piper and Capt. Lou Albano on Hollywood Squares (including a musical number!)

5 Submitted by on Wed, 29 May 2013, 18:57
Crapper Little Louie P (AKA: The Doctor Of Style) found this and writes: To promote their new movie, Wrestlecrap inductee Body Slam, Capt. Lou & Roddy Piper tagged up to serve as one of the squares on game show Hollywood Squares. The contestant wisely ignored the advice they gave her. Most amazing is the credibility-shedding Shirley Temple musical number (and Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Run-D.M.C ruins D-Generation X’s theme music

13 Submitted by on Sun, 26 May 2013, 22:14
Crapper E-Squared submitted this video and writes: Around the time the “WWF Aggression” compilation CD came out, Run-DMC came out with a video for their song “The Kings” which was DX’s theme song for a brief period. I noticed Triple H, Stephanie and Tori walking in the video, but I wonder why the Hardys were in this video. I hated, Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Smells Like Hobo Spirit (the DDP mix)

5 Submitted by on Sun, 26 May 2013, 00:00
Thrill as Blade absolutely murders one of my all-time favorite songs- Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” after R.D and Blade discuss it’s similarities to Diamond Dallas Page’s theme music.  Thanks a load, Mr. Brakestown! The ironic thing about this is that Nirvana’s song is really just a ripoff of Boston’s “More Than A Feeling” to begin with. So DDP’s theme music is Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Disco Inferno’s Disco Duck

3 Submitted by on Sat, 25 May 2013, 22:54
Crapper Cameron Archer submitted this video and writes: Submitted entirely for the Disqo Duck, although I believe this is when Disco Inferno (sorry, DISQO in his hip-hop phase) and Alex Wright solidified the Boogie Knights team. Also, how is that chairshot near the top of the ladder effective? I know there are people on the bottom and sandwiched between it…wait, I’m Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Bret Hart in a rap video

6 Submitted by on Sat, 25 May 2013, 15:11
Crapper E-Squared sent this music video in and writes: This music video consists of two songs from Canadian rap group, Rascalz. Cut to 1:55 for “Sharpshooter” and you will see Bret Hart appear. He had his “Best there is” quote in the song. A little sidenote, this song was also on the soundtrack to “Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows.” Well… Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Gremlins face their biggest challenge yet, brother!

5 Submitted by on Fri, 24 May 2013, 14:17
Crapper Sean Bateman sent this in and writes: Hogan is a god awful sequel that Vince didn’t have his name as Executive Producer? Get Mrs. Deal on the phone!!!! Um, Mrs. Deal? Anyway, I love Gremlins 2 even more than the first one. It’s such cheesy fun. The VHS version doesn’t feature this Hogan scene (because it wouldn’t make sense Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Stone Cold Steve Austin and D-Lo Brown 1-800-COLLECT commercial

14 Submitted by on Thu, 23 May 2013, 22:42
Crapper Paul S. submitted this commercial and writes: I don’t know if you ever did this one. I love that the whole premise of the commercial is built around Austin being unprofessional in the ring. Oh yeah and remember what life was like before everyone had mobile phones, and having to awkwardly spell 1-800-Collect on a payphone was actually a Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Konnan’s stupid music video, and Disco Inferno’s response

11 Submitted by on Thu, 23 May 2013, 12:13
In January of 1999, Konnan (AKA: Konan, AKA: K-Dawg, AKA: The Wannabe Gangsta) debuted his stupid “Bow Wow Wow” video on WCW Monday Nitro to promote the WCW Mayhem: The Music album which featured the song. It featured rapper “Mad One” (who?). They played it over and over and over and over again in the following weeks. Thankfully, Disco Inferno responded with Continue Reading...
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