It’s the most patriotic tag team of all time, The Great American Bashams!

Wait, what?

Find out how WWE is celebrating the 4th of July in Headlies!

Witness the most hapless display of patriotism ever!

The Failures Aboard the USS Intrepid…INDUCTED!

USA? USA?

The Undertaker is ready for retirement, but is retirement ready for The Undertaker?

Hop into your La-Z-Boy and find out in Headlies!

Stop or my mom’s favorite 1970s actor will shoot!

Ponch and Trish blow Muncie PD’s public image into the Stratusphere!

New induction!

WWE says “Safety first!”

Just not in the Performance Center.

Find out how Vince is protecting himself in Headlies!

The WBF battles the WWF…and we were there live!

Ok, not really live. But we did see Jim Quinn battle STRONGMAN SKINNER!

NEW INDUCTION!

Do you want to own a part of Jeff Hardy?

Urine luck!

Wash your hands, get your credit card ready, and read about it in Headlies!

Chris Jericho takes on Colt Cabana in the “Battle Of The Podcasters!”

Grab your Omaha Steaks and Pro Wrestling Tees and read all about it in Headlies!

Someone was out to kill Roman Reigns – and it wasn’t a smark.

This new induction will have you seeing double – four Rowans!

How is WWE going to make Randy Orton versus Edge The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever?

Easy! Use footage from the greatest wrestling match ever!

WWE is taking you back to the past with Headlies!

We had the WWF Action Figures…now we go into all the PLAYSETS that should have been made!

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NXT: Season Three: Because What Says Smart, Sexy, & Powerful Like Michael Cole in Knee Socks?

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WWE, 2010 Text by Emerson Whitner & RD Reynolds Way back in 2010 Vince McMahon finally pulled the plug on ECW and in it’s place announced the creation of a new pseudo-reality show: NXT. NXT would be a slight rip off of UFC’s the Ultimate Fighter, where 8 mostly unknown Rookie’s would be paired with 8 current WWE Superstars and over a 13 Continue Reading...
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The AWF: Bringing Real Wrestling Back, Four Minutes at a Time

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American Wrestling Federation, 1994-1996 Text by Art0Donnell & RD Reynolds Check out Art0Donnell’s Facebook Page Here! The landscape of mainstream pro wrestling was indeed bleak in 1995. In the WWF, a shallow talent pool led Vince to crown Mabel (MABEL!!!) as the King of the Ring, let Diesel run live attendance into the ground as WWF champion, and put wrestling hog farmers, pirates, race Continue Reading...
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Hornswoggle vs. Chavo: 2009 Gooker Award Winner

5 Submitted by on Tue, 31 January 2012, 20:55
WWE, 2009 Text by RD Reynolds with Triple Kelly Note from RD: Hard to believe that we’re already doing our tenth Gooker Award. Harder to believe still that there’s never been a main character that has repeated in the ‘honor’. Even more unfathomable is the fact that unless something changes drastically, there’s a pretty good shot at the guy three-peating at some point. Continue Reading...
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Mike Adamle: 2008 Gooker Award Winner

5 Submitted by on Sun, 30 January 2011, 21:00
WWE, 2008  Text by RD Reynolds Not sure if I’ve ever mentioned it, but it seems that one of Vince McMahon’s lifelong goals is to get rid of your friend and mine, Jim Ross. Oh wait, yeah, I am pretty sure I DID mention that. Three years ago, in fact, when Ross was humiliated in a series of skits that did Continue Reading...
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Vince’s Bastard Son: 2007 Gooker Award Winner

9 Submitted by on Thu, 20 January 2011, 21:11
WWE, 2007 Mega Thanks to Bill Brown for His Assitance with This Induction! It may sound absurd, or more accurately perhaps, pretentious, but I pretty much know every year going into the Gooker Award voting who is going to win. Yes, it’s been up for you, my fellow Crappers, to decide the past few years. And while there have been some suprises Continue Reading...
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Eddiesplotation: 2006 Gooker Award Winner

11 Submitted by on Wed, 19 January 2011, 21:18
WWE, 2006 Odds are that you remember exactly where you were when you heard the news on November 13, 2005. I do. I certainly do. It was a Sunday afternoon, and I hopped on the net to check my mail and see what was going on in the world of wrestling. There was lots of comedy taking place about this Continue Reading...
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The Sad Saga of Jim Ross: 2005 Gooker Award Winner

3 Submitted by on Tue, 18 January 2011, 21:21
WWE, 2005 Quick note from RD: As always, a humongoid thank you to my good friend Bill Brown for hooking me up with this footage. Growing up in Cincinnati, I was a huge Reds fan. It was the 1970’s, and at that point, pretty much no one else could touch a team that contained certified legends such as Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Continue Reading...
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The Diva Search: 2004 Gooker Award Winner

7 Submitted by on Mon, 10 January 2011, 21:26
WWE, 2004 Amazing. There’s really no other word for it. How else could you describe the fact that a contest featuring half naked and incredibly hot women was somehow so tragically horrible that the readers of this very site voted it the very worst in wrestling for 2004? Readers, who, mind you, are predominantly heterosexual (and therefore most assuredly horny) Continue Reading...
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Al Wilson: 2003 Gooker Award Winner

4 Submitted by on Sun, 09 January 2011, 21:35
WWE, 2002-2003 You know, life is funny sometimes. This week, I went back and did the “lost” 2001 Gooker Award Winner, the infamous InVasion catastrophe. Just doing the research for that made me so angry that I very nearly said to hell with watching WWF/E forever. It really was that infuriating, and if you don’t believe me, well, we’ll be Continue Reading...
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Katie Vick: 2002 Gooker Award Winner

15 Submitted by on Fri, 07 January 2011, 21:36
WWE, 2002 The year 2002 was not a good year for wrestling. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin left WWE after a falling out with the creative department. The Rock headed for Hollywood. Hulk Hogan fulfilled his contractual obligations and went home. Buyrates plummeted, ratings were in a freefall, and wrestling became a decididely un-cool thing to watch. Vince McMahon knew he Continue Reading...
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David Arquette: 2000 Gooker Award Winner

11 Submitted by on Sun, 02 January 2011, 21:47
WCW, 2000 Note from RD: As I look back over this induction, I find it not only ironic that it was originally written on the eve of the last ever Nitro, but also that it was a huge focal point of my second book, The Death of WCW. Since many of my fellow Crappers have emailed me that they enjoy reading Continue Reading...
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