It Came From YouTube: WCW invades MTV Spring Break

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This is MTV Spring Break from 1999 with special WCW involvement

Bad music + bad wrestling = bad TV special.

You kids get off my lawn!

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9 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: WCW invades MTV Spring Break"
  1. Bone White says:

    I just imagine a 70s UK version with Jackie Pallo, Mick McManus, Giant Haystacks and Kendo Nagasaki soundtracked by the Boomtown Rats

  2. Autrach SejanozAutrach Sejanoz says:

    I thought this wasn’t too bad, to honest. The only thing that sucked was the commentary.

  3. Sean Bateman says:

    there is a WCW match similar to this that was done in the rain with Public Enemy and High voltage.

  4. Peter says:

    I don’t know, I remember watching this in 99, one of the few times in 99 I did watch WCW, and thinking it was awesome, and even now I still think it was a cool concept for Spring Break. You had solid workers in there, a beautiful place to be, Raven on commentary, hot girls, I would have loved to have been there. I went to this music festival Bamboozle and they had something like this called Lucha Va Voom, it was fun to watch. The only thing I don’t like about this video is Fear Factory, they can piss off.

  5. Sir Thomas says:

    Oddly enough, I remember being a lot more interested in Fear Factory than in the actual wrestling match. Goes to show I’ve always had bad taste in music.

  6. JimbolianJimJimbJolianbJiSmbJimJim says:

    Awwww, I was hoping the video kept going so we could watch Primus’ music video for “Devil Went Down to Georgia”.

    Two things about the video:

    1. As much I’m still a fan of Fear Factory, those weren’t necessarily their “strongest” songs off their catalog. In fact, I think Edge Crusher is one of their worst songs as they only made it to respond to the “nu-metal/rapcore” craze of the late 90′s. Would’ve been cooler if they played “Demanufacture” or “Body Hammer”.

    2. I could’ve forgo the sloppy battle royale and would’ve settled with Jericho against Mysterio in a no-DQ/hardcore match.

  7. "The Legendary" Thud Mackey says:

    Hey…what is this? This music video is missing the part where Hogan tears up a picture of the Shah of Iran.

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