“I’m Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Bob Backlund” (c) Cam’ron
The world of professional wrestling and hip hop both have a lot more in common than we think, for example:
- They both have a lot of interesting characters/personalities
- A lot of the entertainers have feuds with each other
- Many legends died at a young age in both industries
- A large section of nostalgic fans yearn for the good old days
I’m not gonna front, I was a huge wrestling fan even into my adulthood. I remember having ringside seats at the 2000 Royal Rumble in New York and to be honest, the atmosphere and action in Madison Square Garden that night was better then any Jay-Z concert I’ve been to there.
So here is a reminder of hip hop & professional wrestling being an ingenious combination (before John Cena obliterated that theory) – word to Lex Luger.
The Rock’s adlib game on this was set to 100’0000 trillion as Method Man rides shotgun on the beat.
- Koch Records first Platinum album was a WWF Complilation. They say the truth is stranger than fiction…
Run DMC aint got nothing on D Generation X, the original hoolihans of hooligans.
WOAAADIEEEE – ITS THE NO LIMIT SOLDIERS- (good thing C Murder wasn’t there or someone woulda been clapped with a chair or 2)
- I always liked the Harlem Heat & Too Cool theme tunes – the Too Cool one was on some West Coast vibe!
Busta Rhymes & The Rock on Smackdown!
- R.A The Rugged Man bodies the Chris Jericho theme tune
- Ruff Ryders – Pay Per View
- K Kwik was a poor man’s Mystikal
Can’t forget one last visit from our friend The Rock featuring….IT DOESNT MATTER WHO THE ROCK IS FEATURING WITH