The world would be a more peaceful place if everyone entered the room to the rocking tunes of Dusty Rhodes’ “Common Man Boogie”. Nothing says nonviolence like the dulcet tones of a fresh cow bell and a grown man in yellow polka dots. If Rhodes used “Common Man Boogie” for his entire career maybe The Four Horsemen give the son of a plumber a pass and don’t viciously break his arm in cold blood.
Can times really be that hard when you’re dancing to “Common Man Boogie”?!?!
Courtesy of The Big O and Dukes Show we have a title fight from the Clunker in the Bunker 2. Still disappointed at Mayweather-Pacquiao? Let the dark, seedy world of underground prize fighting wash over your eyes but don’t forget that common men not only boogie, they also come to fight.