WrestleCrap Radio 293!

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RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton return and actually, believe it or not, discuss PRO WRESTLING!  THIS IS NOT A JOKE.  Nearly 90 minutes of WrestleMania, the Firefly Funhouse, the WrestleCrap Madness tournament and its finals, and more!

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4 Responses to "WrestleCrap Radio 293!"
  1. Dan Moorman says:

    Cornette, Alvarez, and now the Crap all weighed in on the Firefly match and hated it. This is so bizarre to me, it was clearly a work of genius and remarkably bold with introspection for a company that always glorifies itself and presents revisionist history. This is the best writeup of it I read:

    https://uproxx.com/prowrestling/firefly-funhouse-match-breakdown-references-meaning-john-cena-bray-wyatt-best-and-worst-of-wrestlemania-36/

    • Guy Incognito says:

      Not even sure this site knows what Wrestlecrap is anymore.
      The Boneyard match and Firefly match were both tremendously entertaining and far more interesting than most of the 32 other empty arena matches.

      • Chris the Bambikiller says:

        It’s like… if you want traditional, serious wrestling, those two matches were crap.

        If you want good, campy entertainment, they were fantastic. Like an 80s action movie in a way, dumb and cliché, but simply fun und entertaining. I loved them. And without a crowd, someting different to mix things up was definitely a good idea.

  2. John C says:

    I’ve been watching so much old sports lately that hearing Keith Jackson’s signature catchphrase warms the cockles of my heart.

    I interpreted NWO Cena because like The Hulkster, brother, they’ve both had the label of burying any talents that could be a threat to them.

    I would like to think the late Dennis Stamp’s dream match would be a trampoline park.

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