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Lost Media WWE Girls Gone Wild finally discovered after 19 years

Lost Media WWE Girls Gone Wild finally discovered after 19 years

One of the most sought after pieces of wrestling lost media is the infamous WWE Girls Gone Wild TV special. The show was a disastrous crossover between WWE and Girls Gone Wild, which featured WWE divas and regular girls, with the show entitled “Girls gone wild;Live from Spring Break”

The show was a special that was aired only once on March 13th, 2003. It was hosted by former WWE commentator Jonathan Coachman, who ruined the flow of the show by interrupting any time the girls got too sexual.

The show, due to being broadcast on television, was heavily edited which let down the usual viewers of the programmes. It was heavily censored with very little nudity shown, which drew heavy criticism. WWE fans even complained about the show because no WWE Divas showed their breasts during the show, as advertised.

The show was only broadcast once and drew huge complaints from WWE and Girls Gone Wild fans alike. The show was never broadcast again and was never released on home video or DVD. Unsurprisingly due to the adult content in the special, it has not been made available on the WWE Network or Peacock.

It was said to be locked inside the WWE vault and never to be viewed again, alongside other lost media like the Death of Owen Hart and Droz’s paralyzation.

You can view the full, recently discovered episode of WWE Girls Gone Wild by clicking this link.