It Came From YouTube: Men On A Mission Rap Vignette

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Oh no! Make it stop! Please, just make it stop! My poor ears…

I can’t even understand most of the things Oscar is saying. I think the rap was just an excuse to get the WWF audiences to wave their hands in the air like idiots in a desperate attempt to try and be cool.

Kris Kross had more credibility than these guys- and better music and lyrics, too.

I’m surprised they didn’t sell a Men On A Mission rap single or (ugh) full length album. at live events or in the WWF Merchandise Catalog to really try and get them over.

Say what you want about King Mabel’s effectiveness as a heel, but at least he stopped rapping!

Enough about horrible rappers. What are your favorite rap artists and albums of the early-to-mid 1990′s that you’d rather listen to instead of Men On A Mission? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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6 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Men On A Mission Rap Vignette"
  1. Bone White says:

    Favourite rap record ever here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR8qtxts1jY

  2. Bone White says:

    And for some reason this reminds me of Tim and Eric

  3. Brian J says:

    House of Pain

  4. TMS says:

    The thing I remember most about Men on a Mission was Bobby Heenan calling them Men who live in a mission.

  5. The Angry Jobber says:

    I wish I had taped the episode of All American Wrestling the morning of Wrestlemania X. Oscar and MOM were rappin, and Gorilla Monsoon was jammin like I’ve never seen a gorilla jam before. I hope someone who may have taped that can put it on youtube someday.

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