Saturday, January 26, 2013

Top 5 Rapping Wrestlers: #3: PG-13

In 1996, modern-day gladiator Faarooq

got rid of his teal gladiatorial outfit and started talking about taking what was his "by any means necessary." After recruiting like-minded individuals such as D'Lo Brown, the Rock, and Mark Henry, Farooq named his new group the Nation of Domination, donned some vaguely African duds, and gave a lot of fist-in-the-air salutes in the middle of the ring.

They were, in all but name, a racially motivated militant group. That's why it's no surprise that these guys were their next recruits:

Wait, what?
The Nation was clearly not worried about street cred when it hired J.C. Ice and Wolfie D, also known as PG-13.

But Farooq, as always, had a plan. J.C. and Wolfie had two jobs: rap while the Nation was walking down to the ring, and serve as meat shields for when Nation foes Ken Shamrock and Ahmed Johnson got their internal bleeding under control and went on a rampage.

Check out PG-13's signature rap below, and for the love of god, don't diss Farooq if you value your mom's health!

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