It Came From YouTube: Vader/Dungeon Of Doom vignette

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Crapper Paul S. sent in this clip of a Dungeon Of Doom vignette featuring Vader and writes:

Things I learned from this…

1. Vadar should cut more promos while wearing his badass helmet.
2. Vadar has the power to teleport!
3. WCW really should have sold “Vader Roadkill Tour ’95” T-shirts.


Ha! Spot on!

Thanks for the submission, Paul!

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9 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Vader/Dungeon Of Doom vignette"
  1. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Couldn’t have said it any better than Paul S did!

  2. Raven7309 says:

    4 Observations:
    1. I’m honestly surprised that Vince didn’t have Vader wear his mastodon helmet when he came to the WWF and didn’t attempt to sell it to the kids the same way he did with the LOD’s spiked shoulder pads.
    2. King Curtis is one ugly-ass mo-fo!!
    3. Now I know where the Sinister Minister got his gimmick/schtick from. He pretty much
    ripped off Kevin Sullivan.
    4. Did those people on the beach have to pay to get in, so to speak, or did WCW let them watch for free, assuming it was a public beach?

  3. zombie ducky says:

    is The Master aka King Curtis Iaukea head on fire ? sure look like it

  4. I'm Not Using My Real Name says:

    Vader said “70,000 Hulkamaniacs.” They couldn’t have really thought they could get 70,000 on that beach, did they?

  5. Neuronin says:

    Man, I bet the Dungeon of Doom angles was terrifying for all the Smurfs and hobbits watching at home.

  6. Peter says:

    Lmfao, when I was a kid I used to think Vader was pretty intimidating. But once he put on that helmet thing like he was a Power Rangers monster I couldn’t take him seriously anymore. Dungeon of Doom was so bad, so very bad.

  7. John Vairin says:

    I told a friend of mine at school when I was a kid that I attended the Roadkill Tour, and I got attacked by Vader at it, since they claimed Vader was attacking everyone on this “Roadkill Tour”. Boy, that would have been a lawsuit waiting to happen.

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