On Wednesday, June 24, the Earth will tremble with the colossal forces to be unleashed when Oderus Urungus, lead singer of the galaxies most dangerous band, GWAR, meets Tracy Smothers, known large and hairy person, in a no-holds-barred wrestling match of titanic proportion!
Quoteth Oderus, "I have no idea how I got roped into this one. I guess someone is making money off it. No matter! I will be there, with bells on, and this Tracy Smothers so-and-so is going to find out just what it's like to go toe-to toe with an intergalactic god! I just hope he shaves his armpits first."
So be at Schoenbaum Amphitheater, Coonskin Park, Charleston, West Virginia on June 24 and witness what will certainly go down in history as what happened then. Loser leaves Earth!
"Hell, that makes me want to lose!" said Oderus, right before burying his Cuttlefish in a jar of stewed bloodworms."
See Oderus call out Tracy Smothers in the clip below.
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