Bursting out of semi-retirement, legendary wrestler Ric Flair and still-weirdly-boyishly-handsome former WCW promoter Eric Bischoff confirmed today the upcoming sequel to Collision in Korea, to be attended by at least 405,000 coerced and confused North Korean citizens.
The event — the long-awaited sequel to the 1995 Collision in Korea, a beautiful celebration of freedom and international cooperation — will be held on December 25 at the Kim Jong-Un Phallus Palace Stadium.
Collision in Korea 2 will feature a main event pitting Ric Flair (who was defeated by Antonio Inoki in the original event) against Hulk Hogan in a first-time-ever-in-Korea “Hair vs. Hair” match.
Also confirmed for Collision in Korea 2:
- 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Heidenreich
- Ryback vs. Jun Kasai
- Local Patriotic Hero vs. Evil Foreign Enemy (stars of the newly founded KJUPNKCPW, or Kim Jong-un’s North Korean Championship Pro Wrestling)
- Jerry Lawler vs. Terry Funk (Match four in a best-0f-34 series of retirement matches)
- Scott Norton vs. breakout Korean superstar The Phone Tapper
Due to the drastic differences in time zones, Collision From Korea will air live on pay-per-view at 3 am last Thursday.