Two dimwit sewage workers watch their hero, WCW wrestler Jimmy King, get screwed out of the World title by wrestler Diamond Dallas Page and evil WCW owner Titus Sinclair. They embark on a quest to help their hero win his title - and honor - back. Features cameos by lots of WCW wrestlers.Written by
WWE Superstar John Cena can be seen background in the gym scene where Goldberg appears the first time. See more »
The picture of Gordie and King doing commentary never happens. See more »
[after kicking Diamond Dallas Page off the third cage, Sting swings down to meet Gordie and Sean]
Jimmy King's alright by me.
You love Jimmy King. I love Jimmy King. We're men, but we're not afraid to say it; we love other men.
[Confused look on Sting's face]
I love you.
[Sting punches him out. An excited Gordie approaches Sting]
Me too, man. Hit me! Hit me! My turn!
[Sting knocks out Gordie]
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Outtakes and additional scenes run during the first half of the credits. See more »
A shot of the "Oklahoma"-singing cowboy tied to a tree was cut from the video and DVD releases after concern was expressed that it made light of anti-gay violence. See more »
We first saw this movie a long time ago and it has several laugh out loud moments. We then rented it again for a couple of our nephews, a few years ago, who really enjoyed it. They were at the time wrestling fans who knew wrestling was mostly fake.
Last weekend we borrowed it from a friend to watch with those same nephews from a few years ago, and we laughed all the way through it again. The boys no longer watch wrestling, said they are catching new jokes in it this time around.
The acting is over the top, and bigger than life but so is wrestling! It is a great movie if you want to escape and laugh for an hour and a half.
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