On this week's DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Show, I present to you another, hopefully laugh-filled, retro wrestling review.
This week, we travel back to May 1994 when the then-WWE was really struggling to come up with something. Scandal had eroded public popularity and troubles were everywhere. So, they tried to freshen things up with a Puerto Rican ninja, a rap act, Doink 2.0, Ted DiBiase owning a fellow, the oily sax guy from the Lost Boys, and Jeff Jarrett.
Plus, the saga of Gus Kantankerous, the hospital for sad dogs, and yes, I do another rap song.
As Vince McMahon put it, "Oops, there it is."