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Of Course You Did: Fallout 4 Mod Turns Deathclaws Into Macho Man Randy Savage

This is a video that features a mod in the Fallout 4 video game that allows you to turn Deathclaws (whatever they are) into Macho Man Randy Savage. Oh, but it gets better. Not only do these Deathclaws (serious, I have no fucking idea what they are) resemble The Macho Man, they also include Randy Savage quotes and soundbites. Oh and did I mention the main character has be altered to look like Hulk Hogan and this all plays out during a rap song performed by Macho Man himself? Cause it does. Enjoy!

Pixel Art of Every WWE World Heavyweight Champion

Big WWE fan and talented pixel artist Christopher Grimm has created this awesome portrait of every WWE Heavyweight Champion since 1963. The attention to detail for a pixelated picture is pretty awesome, not to mention it is bursting with Nostalgic memories for anyone who grew up a Wrestling fan. I’ve included the names of every wrestler in the tags, so make sure you memorize the answers then you can impress your friends by naming them all! Oh, just don’t let them read that last sentence…

Andre The Giant was in a Kung Fu Movie

Back in 1961 a twenty one year old Andre The Giant had a role in a Kung Fu movie. So what do you get when you put a giant sized man in a badly dubbed 60s Kung Fu movie?…Well…you get a giant sized man in a badly dubbed 60s Kung Fu movie. Didn’t I make that clear? Anywho, enjoy this young and surprisingly agile Andre The Giant get his Kung Fu on!   His superior acting skills from this movie no doubt helped him land this sweet Honey Combs commercial years later.  

WWE to re-release two classic albums

Because WWE apparently doesn’t know what iTunes and Spotify are, they will be re-releasing two classic albums on April 18th 2015. Here’s the official quote from Legacy Records: This RSD 2015 release brings The Wrestling Album and Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2 together as a 2LP collection, in a handsome spiral-bound jacket, celebrating a golden era in American pro wrestling mania. Originally released by the World Wrestling Federation in 1985, The Wrestling Album features tracks produced by Rick Derringer, David Wolff, Jim Steinman (Bat Out of Hell) and “Mona Flambe” (Cyndi Lauper, who contributes backing vocals on “Real American”); the album is comprised of theme music for wrestlers on the WWF (now the WWE) roster at the time. The 1987 follow-up, Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2 showcases vocal performances from the wrestlers themselves, including “Stand Back” by Vince McMahon and “If You Only Knew” by The WWF Superstars. So for all of you who are now full-grown with significant others (and possibly children), you can show off your skills of entering a room to the …

It’s time to Rumble, it’s time for the ROYAL RUMBLE

It’s one can’t miss event of the year for both wrestling fans and used to be wrestling fans. It’s the Royal Rumble, where 30 men try to throw each other over the top rope for a main event slot at WrestleMania. The Rumble has been running since 1988, when “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan became the inaugural winner. Since then, the event has been come a staple for the WWE. Even though they don’t do it as much now, I get most nostalgic about the Royal Rumble when thinking about the classic intros where they show all 30 competitors. Remember the SNES version… The Rumble has had many great moments, from Ric Flair 1992 win, Rey Mysterio winning for the late great Eddie Guerrero, to Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior squaring off for the first time. Every year, the WWE puts out a great video package called “by the numbers” that always gets me hyped. The Royal Rumble is on Sunday, January 25th.