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: WCW Uncensored ’95 – Dub-C-Dub! Dub-C-Dub!

13 Submitted by on Thu, 18 July 2019, 20:00
WCW, 1995  This past Sunday was WWE’s fifteenth annual pay-per-view dedicated to anything-goes hardcore wrestling. Originally called One Night Stand, it was officially renamed in 2009 to “Extreme Rules”, which better conveyed the event’s theme while also sounding really dumb. In practice, Extreme Rules is just like any other pay-per-view but with a few more gimmick matches than usual – Continue Reading...
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Induction: The Headbangers, Tag Team Champions of the Universe – The belts were fake, and so was Billy Gunn’s ass

16 Submitted by on Tue, 02 July 2019, 20:00
WWF, 1998 Do you realize that there are now five different tag team titles across WWE’s various brands? You might also be surprised to learn that even before the company split its roster into separate brands, there were a multitude of tag team titles in the promotion. Prior to 2002, there had been such now-defunct championships as the original Women’s Continue Reading...
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Induction: Bayley: This Is Your Life – That was your push

31 Submitted by on Thu, 13 June 2019, 22:24
WWE, 2017 It seems, even twenty years later, WWE still can’t resist lifting old ideas straight from the Attitude Era whenever it wants to pop a rating. Most recently, WWE has been promoting Crash Holly’s old Hardcore Title once more, albeit with a new and completely on-the-nose name. And WWE will always try to recreate 1999’s The Rock: This Is Continue Reading...
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Induction: PG-13 come to Raw – And you thought the NXT call-ups these days were bad

18 Submitted by on Mon, 27 May 2019, 20:00
1995, WWF A few weeks ago, I chronicled the poorly-received run of Slam Master J, son of Terry Gordy turned hip-hop aficionado. Terry Gordy, Jr. wasn’t the only son of a Memphis wrestling legend to reinvent himself in such a way, though. Of course there was Brian Christopher, son of Jerry Lawler, who re-christened himself, “Grandmaster Sexay” as part of Continue Reading...
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