This event, which took place on November 26th, is that of the WWE Survivor Series WarGames. Per the video footage you will find below, Ozzy can be seen singing the words to the Black Sabbath song, with images of various WWE wrestlers appearing in the video as well. To name a few of those wrestlers, there are Roman Reigns, Asuka, Bianca Belair, and many more.
You can check out that promo featuring Ozzy Osbourne and WWE wrestlers below. Did you watch WWE Survivor Series WarGames when it aired recently? In other wrestling-related news, Bray Wyatt has made his way back to the WWE, and his new entrance music was created by Code Orange!
Over at AEW, wrestler Andy Williams was taunted somewhat recently over Every Time I Die’s breakup. Speaking of AEW, did you know we interviewed wrestler and God’s Hate frontman Brody King earlier this year? We had two awesome conversations with him – one about music and the other about wrestling. Links to these stories can be found below, but we have included an excerpt for you to check out as well.
The Pit: Speaking of the House of Black – and we imagine there are several things you could list off – but what is the most rewarding thing that immediately comes to mind regarding being a member?
Brody King: “I feel like having representation for the weird kids on national TV has always been kind of important to me. ‘Cause it’s like I grew up as… I wouldn’t say like a weird kid, but just as a kid that was against the grain. I was into the stuff that wasn’t the norm and it was always hard to find representations outside of, you know, your friends at school or like the bands that you’re listening to. You would see guys on WWF with like a Type O Negative shirt [on] or something like that, but then it turns out that they’re not really into that; someone was kind of styling them or whatever.
But now you have guys like the House of Black, like me, Malaki, Darby Allin, and Ruby Riot, and you have all these guys and girls that are legit into like punk rock, hardcore music, metal music. Like we are the legitimate thing that I wanted to find as a kid. When I see kids come up to our meet and greets and they tell us like, “Hey I wanna talk about music with you guys. What’s your favorite bands?” I see their eyes light up when they talk to us; it’s like we’re doing something for these kids and we’re giving them an outlet that I wanted to have when I was a kid.”