It Came From YouTube: “With My Baby Tonight” “sung” by Jeff Jarrett (that’s J-A-Double-R…)

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Crapper E-Squared writes:

I know the whole deal about the angle and it was Road Dogg who actually sang it, but what I’m really wondering is what happened to the release of “Ain’t I Great?” I want that album, dammit! 😉

Yeah! I still love this song. It’s really catchy! I bought the “Full Metal” album pretty much just for this song alone.

It could’ve been a legitimate country hit if it hadn’t been tied to wrestling and this stupid drawn-out angle.

Of course, it was later (like a year later) revealed that “Road Dogg” Jesse James actually sang the song which lead to a heatless feud between him and Jarrett that nobody cared about.

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10 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: “With My Baby Tonight” “sung” by Jeff Jarrett (that’s J-A-Double-R…)"
  1. Matt Soileau says:

    Actually, they both ended up quitting WWF before they revealed that Jarrett didn’t really sing. Jarrett went to WCW and Dogg went to USWA. The whole matter was dropped once Jarrett returned because the New Age Outlaws were together at that point and Jarrett would be embroiled in that whole NWA mess by the start of 1998…

    • Matt Soileau says:

      They did a vignette with Dogg and that whole “Real Double J” deal but I don’t believe it went past that.

  2. Ezenwa says:

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  3. Art0Donnell says:

    Roadie and Double J were supposed to feud over this after the July In Your House where they broke up (I even have a WWF Magazine where the two were scheduled to wrestle at Summerslam), but they both left almost immediately after IYH. On Raw the next night, the announcers discussed Roadie’s allegation that he was the one actually singing, but after that, nothing more was mentioned of it until Road Dogg’s return in late ’96, by which time Jeff Jarrett had already returned to WWF for a single month before going to WCW.

    “Jesse Jammes” (J-E-Double-S-E J-A-Double-M-E-S) would sing this song live on his way to the ring as his entrance theme, but without Jeff Jarrett to feud with, it was all rather pointless.

  4. Ryan says:

    Instead of deleting Gooker from the email, why not just fix it?

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