Iran Nuclear
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inspects what is believed to be the first atomic elbow in his country’s arsenal.

United Nations weapons inspectors are demanding access to factories in Iran where they believe scientists are developing atomic elbows.

“We have credible evidence that suggests Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is working closely with Dusty Rhodes,” said UN weapons inspector Cedric Allister.

United Nations officials believe Iranian scientists are learning atomic elbow secrets from Rhodes — an ironic twist, since Rhodes is widely known as “The American Dream.”

Political analysts believe Rhodes may have become disenfranchised with American politics after a falling out with Sgt. Slaughter, leading to his treasonous turn.

If the Iranian government doesn’t submit to UN inspections, there may be no choice other than to launch Big Show’s WMDs at the country.