Thursday, May 27, 2010

The American Starship: Watch For 'Em!

Pop quiz time:

What do you get when you cross the chiseled good looks and homosexual tendencies of The American Males with the prodigious talent and natural charisma of Jefferson Starship?

Think about it...Think about it.

I'll give you a hint: Look at these men and think about it.

Ring a bell? No?

Oh, come on.

Give up?

It's The American Starship. That's right. THE American Starship! Eagle!! Coyote!!! THE AMERICAN STARSHIP!!!!

In this installment of The American Starship's rocket ship ride to Mid Atlantic territory irrelevance and Arabian Facebuster reverence, we find the shirt ripping and tandem offensive maneuver delivering beefcakes taking on pasty and hapless schlubs Joel Deaton (who later donned a mask and full on body suit and became a Thunderfoot) and Doug Vines. Foreshadowing (or if you prefer, in tribute to) the tenor of David Crockett's often hyperbolic, occasionally wildly inaccurate, but always doting play by play analysis, The American Starship fittingly storm the ring to Prince's "Let's Go Crazy."

Alternate titles for this post include: (1) The American Starship is What's Behind That Smoke; (2) The American Starship: Giants In the Wrestling World; (3) The American Starship: What R Their Opponents Gonna Do!?!?; (4) These Guys, They R Huge!!; and (once again) (5) The American Starship: Fantastic!

Bonus footage of David Crockett interrogating Boogie Woogie Man Jam '84 saboteur Paul Jones over a mistimed cane shot that struck his masked Assassin follows.


Pencil Neck Geek said...

I'm still struggling to figure out what is particularly American or Starship related about young Eagle and Coyote. Perhaps all will be revealed at BATTLESTARR '84...

Malibu Sands said...

The Boogie Woogie Jam '84 no doubt paled in comparison to BattleStarr '84.