It Came From YouTube: Stand Back!

13 Submitted by on Sat, 04 April 2015, 15:00

Go Vince, go!

And check out Hulk’s boffo bass playing skills (yes, he really can play it!).

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13 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Stand Back!"
  1. Drew says:

    Hulk playing his bass and Ed Leslie down in front, blowing his ….. trumpet.

  2. John C says:

    I still wonder about the quanity of coke that was consumed backstage before this performance slithered out onstage. If only the rest of the promoters joined forces then for their own song. Bill Watts, Jim Crockett, Verne Gagne, Don Owens and Fritz Von Erich singing, Live and Let Vince Die.

    • Mantaurs_Left_Antler says:

      When I was watching this during its original broadcast, two things crossed my mind: first, how fucking fantastic this was, and second, I was picturing Watts and Crockett just sitting in their homes watching this.

      For some reason, that thought just cracks me the fuck up.

  3. Sean Bateman says:

    When Vince sings, we should all stand back

  4. Captain Crow says:

    Near the end, I love how he gets so intense singing that his voice goes from the announcer voice to the Mr. McMahon voice.

  5. Shockwave says:

    I love the 80s 🙂 You had to have been there to get it

  6. Matt says:

    If you listen to those lyrics, everything he said did kind of happen…

    • Vinny V. Vicci says:

      Actually, dude, there is an old, long-standing rumor that this song was intended as a threat to the promoters of the old territories, urging them to, well, “Stand Back,” as everything Vince sang about was what he was planning to do. Then, he later released this track as part of a Music Video for Andre as a way to hide this.

      Honestly, it seems like something the crazy freak might do. Why he chose to threaten them through showtune-style song is another reason, but hey, that just might go hand in hand with another old rumor about Vince.

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