Someone Bought This: WCW Bash At The Beach 1998 shirt featuring the mighty RODZILLA!

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WCW NWO Bash At The Beach 1998 Dennis Rodman Karl Malone shirt

Here’s a WCW/NWO Bash At The Beach 1998 shirt.

It’s kind of weird that it doesn’t say the name of the Pay-Per-View event on the front anywhere.

Hey, it’s Dennis Rodman!

Remember him? He was so wacky!

And a bad boy.

A wacky bad boy.

With funny colored hair.

Oh yeah, and I guess he played basketball or something too.

And he’s teaming up with Hollywood Hogan to go up against Diamond Dallas Page and Bugsy Malone.

Or.. somebody called Malone, anyway.

Can you tell I don’t watch sports unless they’re fake scripted predetermined?

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4 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WCW Bash At The Beach 1998 shirt featuring the mighty RODZILLA!"
  1. John C says:

    As long as it’s not the mind numbing awfulness of the Jay Leno ppv. Bash at the Chin ’98

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Say what you want about Jay but he actually seemed to at least take the time to learn a few wrestling moves.

      • John C says:

        But it was really awful to watch. The effort was nice but charging people to watch that wow. If only somebody wrote a book about the demise of a wrestling company that big it would be pretty fun to read.

      • Al Boondy says:

        He treated the whole thing like a big joke … which I guess is understandable since he is a comedian and all, but every segment I saw him in promoting the PPV he showed a complete lack of respect for the other performers (giggling and pointing out how stupid the whole thing was).

        Plus you have the fact that he was like sixty years old and 100 pounds overweight, making any non-wrestling fans who actually did pay money to see the PPV shake the heads and go back to thinking wrestling is utterly ridiculous … Which (to be fair) it is, but we don’t need out-of-shape talk show hosts to make it glaringly obvious.

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