Ah, the internet. Where else could a lone geek put together an X-Men parody based on the semi-obscure character, Juggernaut and have it hit critical pop culture mass in less than a year so much so that it actually inspires what is reportedly one of the high points of the third X-Men film? Marvel apparently isn’t happy, though, as the mini-film has been yanked from YouTube and other services for copyright violations according to the “The Juggernaut Bitch!” wikipedia entry.
Recently, the video has been removed from YouTube because of “Copyright Infringement”. The My Way Entertainment crew has expressed its anger toward YouTube, stating that its video is protected from Copyright Infringement due to it being a parody and the fact that they have regularly cited their sources for the parody.  Further more, My Way Entertainment reportedly does not plan to use their services any longer. It is unknown where My Way will release J3 as of right now or even continue on other planned sequels to some of their other parodies (that have also been removed), such as Street Fighter II: Kill Vega Vol 1 and Spiderman: Revisited.
The movie clip itself is obviously a parody, but, well, once you start marketing and selling merchandise featuring the Juggernaut character, you kind of open yourself up to some sort of legal actions. Still, I’d think Marvel would be better served be sending the My Way guys a C&D on selling their t-shirts than having their lawyers hassle YouTube.