Psychedelic Man O' War T-Shirt cover
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This psychedelic design by Dave Cole (@DaveyPainting) is inspired by the following story on our site, ProWrestlingStories.com: "Justin Credible has recounted that his first ever experience of acid was with The Undertaker on a flight to Europe. Once Credible started 'tripping' he was freaked out by The Undertaker making cat movements and hissing at him. Another version of this event says that Undertaker stuck his tongue out and rolled his eyes back to intimidate Justin. In his hallucinating state Credible says he almost had a heart attack as he beheld Undertaker's devil-like appearance. This is quite a funny story in that it shows Taker was down in the trenches with the lower talent and was laid-back enough to have some fun. It also shows that there was quite the drug culture in the WWF at this time, to a point where dropping acid was a trivial game between two wrestlers. That was the wrestling world back then. Credible's shoot interview wasn't admonishing Taker for what happened, it was praising him for being 'one of the boys.'"

Psychedelic Man O' War T-Shirt

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  • Description
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This psychedelic design by Dave Cole (@DaveyPainting) is inspired by the following story on our site, ProWrestlingStories.com: "Justin Credible has recounted that his first ever experience of acid was with The Undertaker on a flight to Europe. Once Credible started 'tripping' he was freaked out by The Undertaker making cat movements and hissing at him. Another version of this event says that Undertaker stuck his tongue out and rolled his eyes back to intimidate Justin. In his hallucinating state Credible says he almost had a heart attack as he beheld Undertaker's devil-like appearance. This is quite a funny story in that it shows Taker was down in the trenches with the lower talent and was laid-back enough to have some fun. It also shows that there was quite the drug culture in the WWF at this time, to a point where dropping acid was a trivial game between two wrestlers. That was the wrestling world back then. Credible's shoot interview wasn't admonishing Taker for what happened, it was praising him for being 'one of the boys.'"