I think there’s two groups of people. There’s one group who know how silly I am. I’ve been a good guy for the past fourteen years and they love to see me flip this switch, which is a giant wink at the world of professional wrestling. And then the other half are people who have no clue who I am; they just know that I’m trying to arrest their hero, the drug-dealing Weedman. When I get on the microphone, I let it be known that I’m going to arrest a Juggalo every time I’m out there, and I’m going to shut down the Gathering.
Police officers aren’t allowed on the Gathering premises because it’s a privately owned property, but because of my wrestling contract, I am allowed. And after I’m done wrestling, I will confiscate all the marijuana and their narcotics. Those people truly,truly hate me. Stuff’s been thrown at me, including rocks, quarters and urine. But I love pro wrestling and pro wrestling is art. It’s the ultimate “good vs. evil” and when I’m that evil, that means the Weedman will be the ultimate good, and the emotions will be true. There will be a giant high — no pun intended — when Weedman is doing well.
Match of the Day
Vampiro vs Tank Abbott
WCW Monday Nitro
August 21st, 2000
For a brief moment in time, WCW Monday Nitro held a “santioned JCW, Juggalo Championship match”. The Insane Clown Posse were part of the Dark Carnival stable that consisted of the painted rappers, Vampiro, the Great Muta, and the KISS Demon and became part of the weekly storylines and regular matchups. In this clip, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope kick out Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, and Scott Hudson to call the match themselves.
The match doesn’t last long, but it’s still strange to see the Great Muta and ICP kicking the hell out of Tank Abbott.