It Came From YouTube: It wasn’t The Shockmaster’s fault that he fell (really!).

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Jim Cornette explains on Steve Austin’s podcast how it wasn’t The Shockmaster’s fault that he fell during his grand debut entrance.

We can thank WCW’s set construction crew (and maybe Ole Anderson himself) for this memorable moment.

Poor Fred. I can’t help but feel bad for him.

Not only did he not know about the huge support beam that was placed at ankle-level, but he also probably couldn’t see very well out of the stupid Stormtrooper helmet.

Of course it’s still really, really funny regardless…

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5 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: It wasn’t The Shockmaster’s fault that he fell (really!)."
  1. MrMaddog says:

    “He fell on his arse!”

  2. Matt Soileau says:

    I think a few people had said this over the years—that a piece of wood placed after the fact caused the goof. Still love Corny though.

  3. John C says:

    You know if the trip hadn’t happened it just would have been another failed forgettable WCW angle but thank the lucky stars we had this magic happen instead. I remember watching it live and thought that it was the greatest thing ever and then a few nights later TBS repeated the Clash while I was at a bar with some friends and showed it to them in all it’s glory. Thanks WCW for sucking so much and so well.

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