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Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Volume 1 (2000)

The Insane Clown Posse get the chance to run their own promotion: and see the results. Thrill as King Kong Bundy takes on someone at least 300 pounds lighter than him. Chill as "undead" ... See full summary »

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Abdullah the Butcher ...
Abdullah the Butcher
Angel Amoroso ...
Angel
Billy Bill ...
Himself
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Jaimy Coxx ...
Himself
Chucky Dail ...
Redneck Devil Without a Cause
Dougie Dail ...
Suburban Gangsta
Rick Davies ...
Himself (Referee)
Legz Diamond ...
Slick Rick Buggles
Patrick Dub ...
Patrick
Tom Dub ...
Himself
Chick Foley ...
Herself
Robert Gibson ...
Himself - The Rock N Roll Express
Danny Gimondo ...
Inferno
Brian Gorie ...
Slim Anus / Himself - Referee
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The Insane Clown Posse get the chance to run their own promotion: and see the results. Thrill as King Kong Bundy takes on someone at least 300 pounds lighter than him. Chill as "undead" wrestler Evil Dead goes on a quest to be JCW Champion, and recoil in horror at the thumb tack titty match. The main event sees ICP go up against Doink the Clown and his partner... Doink the Clown! ICP also provide humourous commentary for the whole event. Written by Luke Bannon

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Join us for one of the craziest fxcked up nights in the history of professional wrestling!

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Action | Comedy | Sport

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Unrated

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9 May 2000 (USA)  »

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JCW Home DVD Volume 1  »

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The closing credits mention a "fresh ass 17 foot boxing ring." The number "17" is a running gag throughout the work of the Insane Clown Posse, derived from the fact that their first Joker's Card (album) "Carnival of Carnage" sold a mere 17 copies on its first day of release. See more »

Quotes

Gweedo: [During the Abdullah the Butcher-Rude Boy match] No sell, no sell.
3D: Big sell!
Gweedo: They should call you Tom Selleck.
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Connections

Followed by Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Vol. 2 (2001) See more »

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Chicken Huntin' (Slaughterhouse Remix)
Written by Mike E. Clark, D. Greenburg, H. Dodd, M. Niles, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope
Performed by Insane Clown Posse
The Insane Clown Posse's theme
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Good but not great!
2 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

I had a friend that let me have this tape of JCW,and after reading the back of the tape,I was sold,but when I watched the tape it was kinda slow. ICP Started off the show with a FAKE Eminem and Hulk Hogan coming down to the ring,which was lame.The second disappointment of this video was thinking that WWE Legend "Iran Shiek" was realling go to be in a "Suicide Dive Fest" with Izzy High,but was just a slow lame match. As for the rest of the card,it was pretty cool,The Street Fight Battle Roayl was the highlight followed by Abdullah The Buthcer beating the crap out of Rude Boy(Who cant wrestle or act for nothing)and finally the "Titties in the Thumbtacks" Match featuring JCW Princess Angel and "Chick Foley" concept was good but the match could have been better. And then there's the rest,King Kong Bundy beating Tom Dub,Evil Dead taking out Redndck Reble without a Cause in like 6 seconds and of course Insane Clown Posse beating the team of Doink and Doink to become JCW Tag Team Champions. Overall it was good but could have been better,luckily JCW Vol.2 was MUCH better!


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