It Came From YouTube: Michael Hayes & Jim Cornette debate King Kong vs. Godzilla

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Crapper Paul S. writes:

Super Scary Saturday was a program that aired on TBS in the late 80s where Al Lewis reprized his role as Grandpa Munster and hosted a different monster movie each week.

So what does that have to do with Wrestlecrap you might ask? Well on this week’s episode Jim Cornette and Michael Hayes have been brought in to provide expert commentary on the battle of the century: King Kong vs Godzilla!

So we have Grandpa Munster, Jim Cornette, Godzilla, and King Kong all in the same video?

This is like some kind of dream come true!

Thanks, Paul!

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9 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Michael Hayes & Jim Cornette debate King Kong vs. Godzilla"
  1. Anonymous says:

    This video is insane.

  2. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    It’s certainly different.

  3. John says:

    I still love that old NWA theme song. Now for a real nightmare matchup from that era how about Jimmy Valiant & Bugsy McGraw vs Mighty Wilbur & Teijo Khan.

  4. Mister Forth says:

    Hayes managing an ape. This writes itself.

  5. The Doctor of Style says:

    Thanks guys, Wrestlecrap has had a shortage of Al Lewis announcing fights, but between this and the Square One TV video last week, you’ve fixed that!

  6. Nottingham's 'Mr Sex' says:

    Dusty would have been a better manager for King Kong. He’s had experience.

  7. Adam Cota says:

    I knew I wasn’t going insane; I remember seeing this when I was a kid, and I still remember the background music…

  8. 80's Guy says:

    “So we have Grandpa Munster, Jim Cornette, Godzilla, and King Kong all in the same video?” You forgot Michael Hayes that quick.

    Oh, and it’s reprised, even though spell check is stupid and gives it a red underline. Seriously, no wonder the educational system is going downhill. We rely too much on technology these days (not knocking you, just a general rant).

    Other than that, looks like they would’ve made for an interesting “round table” panel…

  9. E-Squared says:

    I actually remember seeing this when I was taking summer school going into the eighth grade back in 1999. I remember because we had nothing to do, my teacher was going to show this movie, but it was recorded from a showing on TBS back in the day. Honestly, I never thought I would see this again.

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