Ric Flair and other top WWE superstars have recorded a rendition of the ‘Neighbours’ theme song.
The Hall of Famer joined forces with the likes of Australian wrestlers Rhea Ripley, Daniel Vidot and IIconics tag team Billie Kay and Peyton Royce to deliver a lockdown version of the iconic tune.
Towards the end of the a capella performance, the quartet sang "That’s when good neighbours become good…", before 71-year-old star Flair delivered the final line.
Channelling his famous catchphrases, he shouted: "Limousine riding, jet flying, kiss stealing, wheeling dealing, son of a gun, friends! Wooooo!"
The unique crossover comes as the Nature Boy is set to make a cameo of sorts on the Channel 5 soap next week.
Shane Rebecchi (Nicholas Coghlan) will show off his wrestling knowledge and he has high praise for the legendary superstar.
In scenes airing on Wednesday (10.06.20), Sheila Canning (Colette Mann) and Clive (Geoff Paine) ask if he knows his stuff and he quips: "Did Ric Flair have the best hair in the history of the WWE?"
Meanwhile, Aussie stars the IIconics previously commented on the possibility of featuring on the show’s 35th anniversary celebrations.
Peyton – who admitted she hasn’t actually seen an episode of the classic soap – is keen on the prospect of an on-screen crossover.
She told Metro.co.uk: "Wow! I mean, I’d love to be on an episode.
"I have to be honest, I haven’t seen an episode but that’s because I was so involved with being a dancer and chasing my dream of becoming a wrestler, I just didn’t watch TV.
"So, I missed out on the Australian thing."