Hey there my wrestling fans and welcome to a brand new episode of C.M. Jew’s Wrestling Reviews! On this pipe bomb I’m join my own version of the “Four Horsemen” in Cory Wilson, Matty J, TWK and Shintigurcurl as we take a look at one of the most famous and infamous WWE PPV of the “Attitude Era”! I’m of course talking about King of the Ring 1998 featuring the legendary Hell in the Cell match between the Undertaker and Mankind! So, is this PPV truly a king of kings, or just a flash in the pan made famous by one match? Only one way to find out and to tune in and remember that I’m the BEST JEW IN THE WORLD!
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“Mankind Theme(Wreak)” – Jim Johnson, WWE
“Cult of Personality/C.M. Punk edit” – Living Color/WWE
“King Without a Crown” – Matisyahu