Phil Collins vs. the Ultimate Warrior. Some would argue that picture needs no explanation, most would say 'what the shit was that?'. From a website I never thought I'd visit, wrestlecrap.com comes the following:
One of the bonus features on the DVD was an actual NBC special from (I believe 1991). It's an hour-long special containing cameo appearances by a virtual who's-who of early 90's stars... Weird Al, John Candy, Bruce Willis, and John Travolta just to name a few. The special is ridiculousy bad. See, the concept of the Phil Collins special, "Seriously," is a bunch of network executives (Gilbert Gotfried, Vanessa Williams, and I think Vincent Pastore) are trying to come up with a concept for Phil Collins special... Seriously. They think of a number of failed ideas including making the special a children's-themed country show. The tried remaiking "Singin' in the Rain" with a big band... No Dice. They even tried performing on a currently-sinking Titanic, less concerned with their impending deaths than finishing up "Just Another Day in Paradise." My particular favorite (aside from Hellwig's) is Phil donning a fat sweatsuit and rapping "Don't Lose My Number" with fellow fat boys Ed Lover and Dr. Dre. Then the execs have a breakthrough, which is where the attached video picks up.