During the 90s, Insane Clown Posse (Shaggy 2 Dope & Violent J) were in the middle of the Monday Night Wars, appearing for both WWE and WCW.
In WWE, they accompanied The Oddities as they battled Kai En Tai. In WCW, they were aligned with Vampiro and the Dark Carnival.
Along with performing and doing commentary on the shows, ICP stepped into the ring as well. Speaking on WWE After The Bell, the duo recalled some of the in-ring action they were part of.
"I'll never forget, we were having our first match in WWE against Kai En Tai. He went up to do his leg drop from the top rope. The look on his face. It wasn't in the plans. He was so scared when Joey went up to do that top rope leg drop. The guy was looking like, 'what the fuck.' It was so funny," said Violent J.
Shaggy noted, "I knew I could take care of him."
Violent said, "He didn't know. They didn't expect us to do that once we got out there. We fully took advantage of the situation. Shaggy said, 'Do your moonsault.' I chickened out. We get one chance, maybe we never get back here again, 'do the fucking moonsault,' and I chickened out. When I got into WCW, I never forgot about that and I did it. I did my moonsault and I was so happy."
While Violent J was happy to hit his moonsault, not everyone in WCW was thrilled.
"Then got in trouble by Hugh Morris [Bill DeMott]. He was like, 'Man, you're doing my shit,'" said Shaggy.
Violent said about the situation, "He was like, 'I'm the only big man that does a moonsault.' My bad. Eric Bischoff came back and was like, 'Don't do the moonsault no more.' I already did it. I wasn't planning on doing it anymore. I pulled it off once and was happy."
ICP last wrestled in WCW on the September 25, 2000 episode of Nitro when they took on Mike Awesome in a hardcore handicap match.
Elsewhere during the interview, ICP apologized for the way they left WWE. You can find their full comments by clicking here.
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