By Jonathon Dornbush
March 07, 2016 at 08:36 PM EST
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Creed wears its emotions on its sleeve — or better yet, its boxing shorts — and a reimagining of the film as a VHS release in the 1990s makes no subtle attempts to hide the movie’s message.

Mashable Watercooler remixed last year’s Creed to give the seventh film in the Rocky franchise a home-release trailer fitting of the ’90s. Complete with a VHS film filter and cheesy announcer hitting home every possible pun (Saved by the Bell reference? Naturally. And of course you can expect to hear that “it’s a real knockout”), the trailer reimagines what Creed‘s home media release would have looked like two decades ago. (Only one Rocky film actually came out in the ’90s, 1990’s Rocky V.)

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Creed already received its home release — not on VHS, but on Blu-ray and DVD on March 1 after a digital release on Feb. 16 — and for a glimpse at what’s available as part of that release, check out a deleted scene from the film. Creed sequel is eyed for 2017. Watch the remixed trailer above in all its bright, fuzzy glory above.

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