It's not usual protocol for the WB4R podcast to promote matches other than NJHC/WWF matches. However, your favorite podcaster just has this guilty pleasure of watching some rare wrestling footage on YouTube.com. Yes, there's a lot of crap, but I love seeing the classic World Wrestling Federation videos that people post, as well as some rare Japanese videos that I wouldn't normally see.
I stumbled upon a match between Hulk Hogan and The Great Muta, who was for a long-time The Ivy Leaguer's favorite wrestler (you can see that the Harvard Elbow is very Muta-esque in its execution). According to the post, this match took place in Japan around 1993. I think Hogan left the WWF in 1993 when he lost the title to Yokozuna. It's weird though. He's wearing the WWF title belt, yet he's wearing what looks like WCW Hulka-wear and he's accompanied to the ring by Jimmy Hart.
What's neat about this video is that it's like a bizarro-world. In this match, Hogan doesn't really suck up to the fans like he does in the USA. And even more weird is that Hogan actually does some WRESTLING MOVES!!!
Anyway, this isn't an official podcast, just a link here on the blog to the YouTube Flash movie. I'm interested in what you WB4R fans think about it.
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Posted by WeBleed4Real at 8:36 AM
Monday, February 06, 2006
The SHOCKING conclusion to the match between SPOONMAN and GRACE CORNCHIP is here! This controversial ending makes the Montreal Screwjob look like nothing. Experience the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and the stream of phlegm as only one superstar will remain standing at the end of this epic battle!
File Size: 68.5 MB
File Format: MPEG-4 Video Podcast (.m4v)
Posted by WeBleed4Real at 1:59 PM