ICP Featured In History Of Musicians In Pro Wrestling Article

Here’s a piece of freshness I randomly came across. Pitchfork.com published an article recently giving a brief history of musicians in wrestling. Now, being juggalos, we know that you can’t have a conversation about musicians in wrestling without bringing the wicked clowns into the discussion!
Here is what Pitchfork had to say about Insane Clown Posse…

No rappers are more devoted to pro wrestling than the immortal jokers of Insane Clown Posse. The group started in low-budget backyard matches as teens before brief stints in ECW, WCW, and even WWE, where they performed for a few months in-ring and recorded theme music for the freakshow-themed stable The Oddities. After parting ways with the big leagues, ICP formed their indie promotion, Juggalo Championship Wrestling, known initially as Juggalo Championshit Wrestling. Though they’ve long been a musical punchline, ICP is taken relatively seriously in the world of indie wrestling. JCP has a crass sense of humor: Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope once went up against a tag team named “Kid Cock” and “Feminem.” But it’s become respected both as an incubator for new talent and a reliable employer of veterans like Terry Funk, Dusty Rhodes, and Jake “The Snake” Roberts at the Gathering of the Juggalos’ annual “BloodyMania.”

You can check out the full article by clicking here.

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