The WTF Friday Video of the Week: The 2010 Feud of the Year!

There are lots of things we really dig other than horror around the Dread Central offices. As long as it’s bizarre in some fashion, we’re all in. One thing we have a passion for is wrestling that’s not of the PG-rated WWE brand or the old folks home known as TNA. Give us Dragon Gate, New Japan, Ring of Honor, and of course Luche Libre any day! Speaking of which …

This Friday we have footage from what has to be the greatest feud in wrestling history. And the weirdest, too.

Be warned, dear reader! Once you watch the video below, you can never unsee it. It will burn your retinas and scar your psyche for many years to come. In short, it’s the good stuff!

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  • Vanvance1

    This is somewhat amusing. More so than the Hulk Hogan crap I remember from back when I was a kid.

    Now that we have MMA why would people still watch the fake stuff?

  • DavidFullam

    Wait, CMLL is still being shown on a Fox Sports network? When and where?

  • Cinemascribe

    Now THAT’S a WTF video of the week! Beyond the basic structure of wrestling, I had no idea what in the hell I was watching. Blue dwarf monkeys and parrots, men dressed as cheesy Venom rip offs, rapid fire Mexican commentary rolling while the parrot thing shrieks in protest …does it get any better?

    And the funniest part? The funniest part is the Fox Sports logo in the upper right corner of the screen the entire time.

    Fox Sports: “We’re unbalanced! It’s not fair!!” 🙂

    “I’m saying that I’m an insect who dreamt he was a man…and loved it. But now the dream is over..and the insect is awake.” – Seth Brundle