It Came From YouTube: Sgt. Slaughter wants his country back, so he goes to some grade school kids

2 Submitted by on Sun, 17 March 2013, 00:00

Remember back in 1990 when Sgt. Slaughter turned his back on the U.S in 1990, and started making fun of our brave Soldiers during the Gulf War?

It was one of the most tasteless, opportunistic angles the WWF has ever done.

Well, by 1991 he had a change of heart (for some unexplained reason) and was really, really sorry about it and he just wanted his country back as demonstrated in these blubbering, whiney, “woe is me” vignettes.

So, he decides to go to a grade school (?) and the kids embrace him.

What kind of lousy teacher lets him in the room with the kids and then leaves?

Anyway, Sgt. Slaughter became a face again after the horribly tasteless heel stint (and The Gulf War) had run its course.

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2 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Sgt. Slaughter wants his country back, so he goes to some grade school kids"
  1. John Q Occupier says:

    I was about ten at the time, and therefore thought that the “change of heart” came about after he realised that even with “Saddam Hussein’s boots”, he would never be able to defeat Hulk Hogan… I guess I was maybe just a mark. :)

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