During Zack Ryder's match, his love of Ghostbusters (1984) is mentioned by commentators Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler. Lawler antagonizes Cole by saying that if he were in such a movie, it would be called "Wimpbusters". In the mid-1980s, manager Jimmy Hart became known as "The Wimp", a nickname given to him by Lawler and chanted by fans. Hart was the subject of the song "Wimpbusters", which was sung by Lawler to the tune of "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker, Jr.. A music video was also made, featuring Lawler, legendary announcer Lance Russell, and wrestlers such as Randy Savage, Jimmy Valiant, Dutch Mantel, Tommy Rich, and Rufus R. Jones, along with footage of Lawler beating Hart and his "First Family". A very young Brian Christopher (Lawler's real-life son) also made an appearance as a young child being bullied, and another child is seen wearing a replica of Tully Blanchard's West Texas State jersey.