Watch Seattle’s Drunkest Semi-Pro Wrestlers Fight for Their Future in 'Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana'

The new Morgan Spurlock Presents documentary features the weirdest troupe of crude wrestlers taking over Seattle’s dive bars.

by Amil Niazi
Mar 14 2017, 4:52pm
Seattle may be best known for its coffee and grunge, but deep in the underbelly of the west coast city are a troupe of crude, foul, jocked up semi-pro wrestlers who put on over the top matches in Seattle's dive bars, fueled by shitty beer and aggressive fans.Known as the Seattle Semi-Pro (SSP), the league's two biggest names are a derelict clown named Ronald McFondle and a wanna-be rock star named Eddie Van Glam.

Imagine the Insane Clown Posse but for wrestling, this group of fucked up dudes considers themselves a family and a new film riotously explores what happens when a rapping banana threatens to pull them apart.

Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana is a new Morgan Spurlock Presents doc that traces the SSP's greatest controversy, when new recruit Paul 'The Banana' tries to get the entire league shut down after being banished by McFondle and Van Glam.

It's a weird, wild look at a world most of us don't have access to and, bonus, there's full-frontal male nudity.

Co-directed by Ryan Harvie and John Paul Hortsmann, the full doc come out across North America on March 28.

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