From the movie Body Slam (1987). Finally, a movie that exploits the rock and rasslin' connection of the mid 1980s!
The A-Team's Faceman Dirk Benedict plays semi-sleazy but goodhearted manager M. Harry Smilac. On his way down and out, he manages to snag a wrestler Quick Rick Roberts (Rowdy Roddy Piper). A scheduling screwup forces him to double bill him with his last rock band client, The Kicks. It works great, and the show, with the band now renamed Kick, get put on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Smilac then gets involved in a bet with big-time wrestling manager Captain Lou Murano (Lou Albano) and a big showdown match between their respective wrestlers. Lots of real-life wrestler cameos: Fred Blassie, Ric Flair, Bruno Sammartino, and Sheik Al Kaissy, to name some. Plus you get Billy Barty, Chip Hearn, and Charles Nelson Reilly as a wrestling announcer! Band played by Jack D'Amore, Kelley Dillard, David Hallowren, and Bruce Wallenstein.