So you’re jaded with the Insane Clown Posse shtick. You think you’ve seen it all – all the songs, all the albums, all the concerts, all Faygo, all the Juggalo wrestling, all the ICP gear. Everything there is to do ICP, you’ve been there, done that.
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But wait, what are you referring to when you say you’ve seen all the Juggalo wrestling? Are you only considering the Juggalo wrestling you’ve witnessed at the Gathering of the Juggalos? Or maybe not only the Juggalo wrestling, but also the Juggalette oil wrestling? Because if that’s the only ICP-oriented wrestling you know about, you’re missing out! Especially on when Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope were ECW wrestlers!
Which brings me to my point – if you only know about the above mentioned types of Juggalo wrestling, then you don’t know about ECW Wrestlers or JWO wrestling, two kinds of Juggalo wrestling that are pretty big but not directly under ICP’s musical property umbrella. And if you don’t know about ECW wrestlers of JWO wrestling, then you must not have any of that Juggalo wrestling ICP gear, available in the ICP online merch store with the rest of the ICP gear.
We’ll get to the available ICP gear in a minute, but for now let’s look at the background of these types of Juggalo wrestling. Don’t forget that both Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope were aspiring wrestling stars in their own right before they grew disillusioned with the politics of ECW wrestlers and management and gave it all a rest.
Back in those days (90s), both competed in amateur wrestling rings independently from 1990-1997, and then formed the Insane Clown Posse wrestling team in 1998 when they began competing as ECW Wrestlers. After this stint as ECW wrestlers, they moved onto compete in WWF wrestling for a while, but it didn’t last very long.
Regardless of the reason why they didn’t compete long as ECW wrestlers, it’s clear that Juggalo wrestling is something they are passionate about, seeing as they’ve made every effort to create new Juggalo wrestling programs and leagues over the past 10 years. Their most recent effort in the arena is the JWO (Juggalo World Order), a professional wrestling stable that feeds into another ICP project, JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling). These wrestlers might not be as well known as ECW wrestlers, but they’re still important on the amateur wrestling scene.
It’s difficult to follow, I know, but once you do a little more research on various Juggalo wrestling entities it will all make more sense. Let’s focus on the related ICP gear available.
If you didn’t believe yet that Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope were ICP gear marketing masterminds by now, then you don’t have an excuse for not knowing now! The guys have designed a plethora of ICP gear for Juggalo wrestlers – JWO shirts and stickers, hats, and a ton of DVDs featuring JCW matches, some of which include wrestlers that had stints as ECW wrestlers, just like Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J did way back when.
ECW wrestlers, fans of all Juggalo wrestling and wrestling in general, the guys in ICP have made sure not to leave the wrestling component of their careers out of the ICP gear store. To learn more about ICP gear for wrestling enthusiasts, please visit http://www.hatchetgear.com/bands/jcw.html.