Hilarious WWE Prank Phone Calls Drives Woman Insane

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UPDATE: Thursday, March 6 at  12: 08 p.m. ET 

According to a number of radio listeners, this particular Z Morning Zoo prank call has been around for awhile. So while it isn't new-new, it's new to us, and definitely worth a listen.

---End of Update---

 

Warning: Video contains some NSFW language.

Looking to spice up your relationship? Try having a morning radio show repeatedly crank call your spouse about an upcoming cage match.

Sure, it won’t help anything, but you’ll rupture a few internal organs laughing.

This is the scenario that recently played out over the airwaves on Z104.5’s Z Morning Zoo radio show. Wielding a versatile soundboard of wrestling intro music, the show’s hosts repeatedly prank called a listener’s wife, offering a bogus pay-per-view package for an upcoming WWE wrestling match. 

Things began civil, but quickly ran off the rails into complete ridiculousness. 

The woman had zero interest in wrestling and no plans to pay $60 to watch John Cena and company do strange things to each other in a steel cage. 

Here are some of my favorite moments:

“Hello?” 

“And GOODBYE to anyone standing in John Cena’s way!”

“Taking on Sheamus! The Undertaker! CM Punk and even Triple H and The Big Show in a spit-swapping makeout match...WWE Super Slam!”

“Holy cow. Listen, hello? Can you stop screaming and your little sirens or whatever that is?”

“A former decorated member of the United States Marine Corps needs your support...and his name is JOHN CENA!”

That last line had me spitting up coffee, although “Marie” clearly wasn’t digging the constant harassment. 

All’s well that ends well, though. Just when Marie began to seriously consider phoning the authorities, the hosts stepped in and explained the prank.

Good work, Donny. Now enjoy that dog house.

 

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