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: Mad Bull – Proof Heath Slater’s been jobbing since before he was born

22 Submitted by on Thu, 16 January 2014, 21:00
TV movie, 1977 The late Alex Karras was no stranger to the Wrestlecrap. It was he, after all, whose “Mongo” character in Blazing Saddles was the namesake of Horseman Steve “Mongo” McMichael. Less famous was the 1977 TV movie, “Mad Bull,” where Karras played the title role of Iago “Mad Bull” Karkus. Since this was the seventies, not everyone was Continue Reading...
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Induction: The 1999 Royal Rumble – Even Stone Cold used this match as a bathroom break

56 Submitted by on Thu, 09 January 2014, 21:00
WWF, 1999 Vince McMahon won 1999’s Royal Rumble. … … No, this isn’t the shortest induction ever; I’m just getting that obvious bit of information out of the way right now, lest you think that’s the only reason why this match is Wrestlecrap. No, there are certain circumstances under which a non-wrestler can win a big match, and the red-hot Continue Reading...
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Headlies: Green Bay Packers bring in David Schultz for pep talk

8 Submitted by on Sun, 05 January 2014, 14:13
Yesterday, the visiting San Francisco 49ers recruited wrestling legend Ric Flair to speak to the team the day before their NFC wild-card game versus the Green Bay Packers, prompting San Francisco right tackle Anthony Davis to tweet his appreciation for the Nature Boy, while labeling Green Bay a “s*** hole.” Outraged by the disrespect for the Packers’ home, Green Bay Continue Reading...
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Induction: Master P and the No Limit Soldiers – Rap is Wrestlecrap

60 Submitted by on Thu, 05 December 2013, 20:00
WCW, 1999 In the summer of 1999, facing lagging ratings, WCW attempted to stay relevant by reaching out to the music industry. Before bringing in KISS and Megadeth to perform live on Nitro, Bischoff and company tried their hand at cross-promotion with hip-hop. Of course, “cross-promotion” was more or less a code word for “we’ll pay you money to hog Continue Reading...
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