A down-on-his-luck musician stumbles into a new career as a wrestling mogul in the uber-'80s comedy Body Slam (1986). M. Harry Smilac (Dirk Benedict) is a music promoter who's been reduced to booking gigs at Dairy Queen. Then one day he meets oiled-up professional wrestler Quick Rick Roberts (Roddy Piper) and, thinking he's a musician, books him for a gig. Turns out that rock and wrestling go together like steroids and backne, and the event is a huge success, prompting Harry to take Rick and his friends on the road for a "Rock N' Wrestling" tour. Sadly, there isn't much material here for viewers to grapple with themselves, although fans of tanned, athletic women may get a full nelson from Leslee Bremmer's bikini scene.