It Came From YouTube: The WrestleWar ’90 rap!

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Crapper Paul S. writes:

Remember Tone-Loc’s 1988 hit rap “Wild Thing?” Well in 1990 the suits at Turner decided to do a knock-off sung by a guy who I think might be Teddy Long (playa!) and there were even several variations of the video.

We interrupt this one for a special announcement!

For those who have the WWE Network you can see a full uninterrupted version of the rap on Clash of the Champion X and it’s amazing.

And somewhere Tone-Loc weeps quietly to himself and shakes his head…

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7 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: The WrestleWar ’90 rap!"
  1. Mister Forth says:

    Whitest voice ever.

  2. Dick Hertz says:

    That sounds nothing like Wild Thing (or Funky Cold Medina).

  3. John C says:

    I remember the original promo had Lex taking on….SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT (crackle crackle static sound and picture effects) Jim Herd admits his fear of Rocky King made him hire a white announcer to do the rap promo. We now rejoin our original program…Dr. Death for the U.S. Title.

  4. Brad says:

    Way to sell that knee injury, Stinger, laying in the stretcher looking bored.

  5. ballroombasher says:

    I just watched it on WWE Network…very spectacular. When you’re rhyming with “cable company” you know you have a winner!

  6. MrMaddog says:

    “I coulda watch WCW stars do their tumble, but I was busy doing the WrestleRock Rumble…HUH!”

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