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RING RIFFS: Shark Cage Match: Chief Jay Strongbow Vs. Don Kent

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Welcome to Ring Riffs! Where we take the absolute worst of professional wrestling and wrap it up in a neat little episodic package for your entertainment…and my own sense of masochism.

Ring Riffs is my video love letter to everything absolutely horrid about professional wrestling. We are all aware that, like any form of entertainment, there is the best of wrestling and the worst of it. We nerd-rage over matches and moments that are beneath our expectations of what wrestling should be – but over time, those terrible moments become inside jokes and memes for us to point and laugh at, wondering exactly what life-altering drugs were ingested by those who believed their ideas would get over with the wrestling fanbase.

So here we are, and here I am, ready to exploit the bottom of the barrel when it comes to wrestling matches. There is an entire galaxy of terrible matches for your entertainment…and for my punishment for the evil things I have done in my life.

For Episode 13, we go in the Wayback Machine to 1977 and The Original Sheik’s Big Time Wrestling in Detroit (GO RED WINGS!), home of one of the most WTF concepts in the history of wrestling: The Shark Cage Match that pitted Don Kent against Chief Jay Strongbow. You can say this match blows every other cage match out of the water. Wah, wah.

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***WARNING***If you are easily offended by words, or if you are generally a good parent who doesn’t want their children exposed to potty-mouthed anger, viewer discretion is advised.

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Ring Riffs Video Review: Judy Bagwell On A Pole Match: WCW New Blood Rising 2000

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Bro, bro, Len brings us the Vince Russo special. It’s like the original fastball with putting items that shouldn’t be there, on a pole…or in this case a forklift. Enjoy Len’s brand of humor coupled with his vast knowledge of (bad)wrestling!

 

Welcome to Ring Riffs! Where we take the absolute worst of professional wrestling and wrap it up in a neat little episodic package for your entertainment…and my own sense of masochism.

Ring Riffs is my video love letter to everything absolutely horrid about professional wrestling. We are all aware that, like any form of entertainment, there is the best of wrestling and the worst of it. We nerd-rage over matches and moments that are beneath our expectations of what wrestling should be – but over time, those terrible moments become inside jokes and memes for us to point and laugh at, wondering exactly what life-altering drugs were ingested by those who believed their ideas would get over with the wrestling fanbase.

So here we are, and here I am, ready to exploit the bottom of the barrel when it comes to wrestling matches. There is an entire galaxy of terrible matches for your entertainment…and for my punishment for the evil things I have done in my life.

For Episode 14 I make the great climb up a pole to only find a forklift, an old lady, Vince Russo and David Arquette.  I am ready to jump off a Kanyon and splatter my new blood all over WCW’s shit-filled floor. I am clearly not Buff enough to survive this. Revel in the madness that is the Judy Bagwell on a Pole Forklift Match between Buff Bagwell and Chris Kanyon at WCW New Blood Rising 2000. Long Live Vince Russo.

Don’t forget to “like” the episodes and Subscribe to the Ring Riffs Channel! It helps The Chairshot, and helps me continue to do what I do.

WARNING If you are easily offended by words, or if you are generally a good parent who doesn’t want their children exposed to potty-mouthed anger, viewer discretion is advised.

 

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RING RIFFS: “Donald Trump” vs. “Rosie O’Donnell”

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Welcome to Ring Riffs! Where we take the absolute worst of professional wrestling and wrap it up in a neat little episodic package for your entertainment…and my own sense of masochism.

Ring Riffs is my video love letter to everything absolutely horrid about professional wrestling. We are all aware that, like any form of entertainment, there is the best of wrestling and the worst of it. We nerd-rage over matches and moments that are beneath our expectations of what wrestling should be – but over time, those terrible moments become inside jokes and memes for us to point and laugh at, wondering exactly what life-altering drugs were ingested by those who believed their ideas would get over with the wrestling fanbase.

So here we are, and here I am, ready to exploit the bottom of the barrel when it comes to wrestling matches. There is an entire galaxy of terrible matches for your entertainment…and for my punishment for the evil things I have done in my life.

Episode #11 revisits a match that only makes sense now in hindsight now that we have a former wrestling personality as leader of the free world. Doesn’t make this shit on a stick any better. Vince McMahon Presents: “Donald Trump” vs. “Rosie O’Donnell”. Blech.

Don’t forget to “like” the episodes and Subscribe to the Ring Riffs Channel! It helps The Chairshot, and helps me continue to do what I do.

***WARNING***If you are easily offended by words, or if you are generally a good parent who doesn’t want their children exposed to potty-mouthed anger, viewer discretion is advised.

Subscribe to the Ring Riffs YouTube Channel to keep new episodes coming!

Join the Ring Riffs Facebook Page.

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