OH YEAH! There have been all kinds of wrestling merchandise over the years and some of them are more unique than others. You never know what you might find out there as occasionally wrestlers will go a bit out of the box to market themselves. On occasion these items are more infamous than anything else and now one of the weirder ones ever is coming back.

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Back in 2003, Macho Man Randy Savage released his debut, and only, rap album called “Be A Man”. The album featured an infamous title track attacking Hulk Hogan for various reasons. Recordstoreday.com has announced that the album will be re-released on vinyl for National Record Store Day on April 22. However, there will only be 1000 copies made and released throughout the country.

It was a different time. Check out the video for the song, plus Savage doing something a bit better:

Opinion: This came out of absolutely nowhere and while most of those albums are probably going to wind up on eBay, it is cool to see such a weird wrestling item getting to see the light of day. For now though, it will be a cool collectible for fans who can get their hands on one. Savage is still about as beloved of a wrestler as you can find and while the album might not have been great, it is something that only he could have done in that way.

What did you think of the album? What is the weirdest wrestling merchandise you have ever seen? Let us know in the comments below.

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