It Came From YouTube: Joseph Park’s outhouse adventure in Tupelo, Mississippi

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Joseph Park visits the birthplace of Elvis Presley in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Oh, and he also checks out an outhouse (as I’m sure we all would).

Now that’s what I call “WrestleCrap”!

Have I mentioned lately how awesome I think Abyss is as this character yet?

‘Cause he is.

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6 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Joseph Park’s outhouse adventure in Tupelo, Mississippi"
  1. James Mitchell says:

    You’re right. He’s brilliant in this role, an absolute hoot. I could never be bothered with Abyss (him being allowed to decimate the X Division was a particular low point) but I find myself smiling whenever Joseph Park is on-screen, The character works very well also; he is over and, since he’s meant to be a rookie, losses do not really hurt him.

  2. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Joseph Park RULES!

  3. Walt says:

    Ah Joseph Park, solid comedy. Beats Fan-dingo and Santamaria any day.

  4. patricko says:

    Liked him more when he’d get hit or see blood or whatev, and he’d whip out a black hole slam.
    His character was building TOWARD something, even if that something was the eventual “release” of the Abyss side of his nature.

    Now his constant look of fear or surprise in the ring, coupled with his very tentative movements don’t really ring true, even for a rookie.
    One of those conflicts. your in-ring persona is of someone who’s not ready to be in-ring.
    Noone would actually get TV time if they were that green and tentative and unsure of themelves in the ring…

    Unless they’re Jackie Gayda….

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Yeah, I see what you mean. They don’t seem to be progressing the character anymore for some reason.

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