About: Art0Donnell

A wrestling fan ever since the days of Wrestlemania IX, Art graduated from college in the same building where Art Donovan called King of the Ring 1994. He also runs the "How Much Does This Guy Weigh?" blog, where he reviews New Generation-Era Monday Night Raws. Follow him on Twitter @Art0Donnell. Email at: art@wrestlecrap.com

Recent Posts by Art0Donnell

Induction: Battlebowl 1993 – Mean Gene & Fifi’s Lethal Lottery and Chill

20 Submitted by on Thu, 10 January 2019, 20:31
This induction is dedicated to the late “Mean” Gene Okerlund, whose hijinks and horniness left and indelible mark on this pay-per-view broadcast. WCW made a lot of odd choices throughout its existence, not the least of which was tinkering with its annual Starrcade event, the oldest televised supercard in the wrestling world, by devoting the entire 1991 event to Battlebowl.  Continue Reading...
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INDUCTION: The XPW Raw Sewage Match – Xtremely Poopy Wrestling

25 Submitted by on Thu, 13 December 2018, 21:30
XPW, 2002 This week’s induction is going to be on the lean side due to a last-minute change of plans. See, up until last night, my plan was to induct the low-budget film, “Florida Bush League Wrestling”, a mockumentary made around 2000 that some distributor appears to have bought the rights to and then smothered with a laugh track. Think Continue Reading...
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INDUCTION: Hogan-Warrior II – Jack Tunney was right to ban this

35 Submitted by on Thu, 29 November 2018, 22:27
WCW, 1998 “I cannot in clear conscience allow these two men to once again batter each other beyond the point of exhaustion, past the threshold of pain, and at the expense of risking torturous injury. Therefore, I will not sanction a rematch in the near future.” That’s the memo WWF’s figurehead President Jack Tunney sent out immediately after Wrestlemania VI Continue Reading...
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INDUCTION: The Lost AWA Team Challenge Pilot – The Gagnes warp into the future!

28 Submitted by on Thu, 15 November 2018, 20:53
AWA, 1989 In the American Wrestling Association’s dying days, the company, faced with rapidly declining revenue and an exodus of stars, settled on a long-range booking plan called the Team Challenge Series, in which the entire roster was split up into three teams that competed against each other for points, with the eventual winners receiving a “million dollar prize”. A Continue Reading...
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