As God As My Witness…I Thought Turkeys Could Convince Wrestling Fans to Pay $2 a Minute.

We’re calling Captain Lou’s Hotline in a NEW Induction!

Mr. Brell is back and the entertainment world will never be the same.

Get ready to “Rip ‘Em” in an all-new Headlie!

Time to vote for the very worst of the very worst!

The 2021 Gooker Nominees are here!

Where in the world is Julia Hart?

We try to unravel this mystery in Headlies!

A new contender is heating up the ratings war.

Things are really starting to cook in Headlies!

Our Annual Christmas Induction is Here!

The Munsters Scary Little Drug Fueled Christmas!

Written by Ed Ferrara…Inducted by RD Reynolds!

All those horrible Christmas movies we’ve inducted over the years!

They’re all HERE!

Get to clicking!

What a reversal!

Hook is now Time’s Person Of The Year!

Read all about it in Headlies!

Mick Foley and Santa Claus –

Good Friends, Better Enemies!

New induction!

Home is where the heart is.

Too bad MJF doesn’t have a heart.

We’re heading to “Strong” Island in Headlies!

After you read this, you too will need a Bruno Sammartini!

The WWE Cookbook…INDUCTED!

Why is Cody Rhodes having extreme matches?

Find out what Brandi is up to in Headlies!

We cover WWE’s Scotty Goldman like a schmeer of Nova cream cheese covers a poppy-seed bagel.

 

Their words, not ours. 

New induction!

It’s the final recorded show with Blade Braxton and RD Reynolds.

We thank you for all the years, all the laughs, and all the fun!

All The Latest Crap!

Headlies: Man Goes Bankrupt After Betting on Wrestlemania

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Silicon Valley, CA – Garret Dorsey, a 33 year-old app developer, officially declared bankruptcy following a series of poorly-made bets on the outcome of Wrestlemania matches. Dorsey, an avid wrestling fan and wearer of fedoras, had placed several high-wager bets through various gambling websites, each one a loser. After declaring bankruptcy, the bank foreclosed on Dorsey’s house and several companies Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: A private wrestling session with Nicole Bass! Includes lifting and carrying.

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Bodybuilder Nicole Bass had a short stint in the WWF in the late 90’s that wasn’t very memorable except for the fact that it introduced many of us to her… unique look, voice and physique. I’ve got to hand it to her, she certainly stood out amongst all the other female wrestlers! She couldn’t cut a promo or wrestle to Continue Reading...
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Induction: Lex Luger, Million-Dollar Turncoat? – At least the *arenas* didn’t sell out.

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WWF, 1994 Once upon a time, “Made in the USA” Lex Luger and the Native American Tatanka were the best of friends. Together, the two All-Americans would demolish whatever unpatriotic force stood in their way.   All this changed in the summer of 1994, when, after weeks of speculation, Tatanka broke the unfortunate news: Lex Luger had sold out to Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage on Arsenio Hall

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Crapper Adam Knight submitted these clips of The Ultimate Warrior and The Macho Man Randy Savage on Arsenio Hall and wrote: Recently seeing The Miz bomb on Conan, I was wondering who the best and worst guests could be for a talk show. I found the following clips which seemingly answer that question (I’ll leave it to you to decide Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WCW rebooted 14 years ago today and made a t-shirt to celebrate!

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Another treat from the WCW Worldwide blog, This is a t-shirt (sold at the event, I assume) to commemorate a special episode of WCW Monday Nitro that took place on April 10th, 2000. It was 14 years ago on this very day that WCW “rebooted” with a special episode of WCW Monday Nitro. You can read CRZ’s recap of the episode Continue Reading...
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In memory of The Ultimate Warrior. June 16, 1959 – April 8, 2014.

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We always like to make people laugh here at WrestleCrap but sadly this is something serious. WWE reports that The Ultimate Warrior has passed away at the age of 54. We’ve featured Warrior a lot over the years here on WrestleCrap and we’ve done that largely in part because he was always such an entertaining, charismatic man who gave it his Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: WWE Legends House premieres soon- here’s a sneak peak!

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WWE Legends House- now with BLENDER RAGE! Keep your browser right here at WrestleCrap for weekly coverage of each and every episode of WWE Legends House from R.D Reynolds and the rest of the gang! Dear WWE, I think I speak for all the Crappers when I say please give me more silly reality shows starring old wrestlers. Love, Big Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Shawn Michaels’ theme song as sung by who? (No, not Jim Jim Neidhart)

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Crapper Christian Grimmett writes: This is an unused version of Shawn Michaels theme. That may sound ordinary, but listen to the singer. Doesn’t he sound.., Familiar? Of course, it’s not confirmed, but a lot of people have picked up on the singer sounding suspiciously like good ol’ Vinnie Mac. I guess I’ll leave it up to you. I’m 99% sure Continue Reading...
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Headlies: Diehard Fans Excited To Ruin Wrestlemania

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New Orleans, LA – Members of the Facebook group “Yes! Yes! Yes!” are excited to be attending Wrestlemania XXX and even more excited to be ruining it for everyone else. The group of self-professed “smarks”, which boasts members spanning the entire United States, have been planning the event for months through phone calls, Google Hangouts, and Tout videos. Having collectively Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Wrestlemania V Shirt

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Normally, the Big Cheese writes Someone Bought This, but I’ve left a trail of Reese’s Pieces leading from his computer to the woods so I can take over. Remember BC, if you get lost, you can always find East by staring directly into the sun. The title “Someone Bought This” is appropriate because this Wrestlemania V shirt belongs to me, Continue Reading...
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Five WrestleMania Inductions in One Convenient Place!

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For your viewing pleasure, here are five WrestleManias that each received a WrestleCrap induction! Let’s just hope we’re not inducting WrestleMania XXX a year from now. WRESTLEMANIA II – By RD Reynolds, Blade Braxton, and Harry Simon WRESTLEMANIA IX – By RD Reynolds WRESTLEMANIA XI – By Art O’Donnell WRESTLEMANIA XV – By Art O’Donnell WRESTLEMANIA XXVII – By Justin Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Andre The Giant Has A Posse… and some cool stuff, too!

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Crapper Little Louie P (AKA: The Doctor Of Style) writes: Artist Shepard Fairey became a star by drawing the iconic Obama posters c. 2008–but a pro wrestler gave him his 1st claim to fame! In 1989, Fairey made a stencil of Andre the Giant which he turned into a trendy “street art” campaign called “Andre the Giant Has a Posse.” Through the Continue Reading...
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Headlies: JTG Hoping He’s Not Picked For The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal

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Stamford, CT – WWE held a meeting with all mid and lower-card Superstars to determine who would be entering the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at Wrestlemania XXX this Sunday. Corporate Kane led the meeting stating, “I know in previous years that battle royals and drafts have been held with some fanfare, but unfortunately, it’s just not in the Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Ultimate Warrior appears in a magic mirror!

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Crapper E-Squared writes: With Warrior going into the Hall of Fame this year, I started to remember his ill-fated WCW run, especially this. In my opinion, I know what the bookers were doing with this angle, but it really failed when the announcers acknowledged his presence in the mirror. So let me see if I’ve got this straight… Hollywood Hogan Continue Reading...
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