Backstage with KroniK, Brian Adams and Bryan Clark - WCW Monday Nitro [July 9th, 2000]
Call me crazy, but I absolutely loved these dudes. They weren’t technically proficient in the ring, but they were just a super-serious throwback to the tag teams of a forgotten era that focused specifically on POWER. Eventually, they would become a complete rip off of the Acolytes Protection Agency, but for a while there, the two big men were their own bizarre thing. They wore trenchcoats to the ring that had mirrors attached on them to reflect the stage lights, they were named after a slang term marijuana for some bizarre reason, and their entrance music was a rip off of Static X’s “Love Dump”.
Terrible team that I loved way too much.
Kronik, Bryan Clarke and Bryan Adams - WCW Monday Nitro 1/08/2001
I remember these guys getting shoved down the throats of WCW’s audience despite their complete inabilty to actually wrestle a decent match. They were nothing more than a response to the Acolytes or the Brothers of Destruction, saddled with a marijuana reference for a tag team name that made little sense to anyone.
I do remember that their theme was a rip-off of a Static X song, so at least they had that going for them.
Brian Adams as the KISS Demon Alongside KISS
That would be all four original members of KISS — Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Peter Criss.
After disappearing off of television for a while, Brian Adams would lose the makeup and be teamed up with Bryan Clark AKA Wrath to form the tag-team KroniK. They would become infamous for an abysmal WWE match against Undertaker and Kane (Unforgiven 2001) and ripping off Static X’s “Love Dump” for their theme song.