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Induction: The HLA Match – As believable as Mrs. Doubtfire, and almost as sexy!

29 Submitted by on Thu, 21 November 2013, 21:00
WWE, 2002 September of 2002 was without a doubt the gayest month in WWE history. It seemed that every show that aired that month was designed to make viewers say out loud, “This is so gay!” Gay, that is, meaning literally homosexual. If we here at Wrestlecrap wanted to express that something was being embarrassingly stupid, we wouldn’t stoop so Continue Reading...
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Induction: Mark Henry, sex addict: Mark finds a way to spend even more time on the couch.

52 Submitted by on Thu, 05 September 2013, 20:00
WWF, 1999 We’ll all remember Mark Henry’s faux-retirement speech for a long time. With tears in his eyes, the World’s Strongest Man cut an emotional promo dedicated to his friends and family, only to blindside John Cena and goad him into a title shot. This wasn’t the first time that Mark had bared his soul to the public, however, as Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Guys- Hulk Hogan is interested in your sex life- and your prostate!

4 Submitted by on Wed, 21 August 2013, 19:41
Paul over at Infomercial Hell covers two print ads Hulk Hogan did for an erectile disfunction pill, and a prostate health pill. I’ll let Paul talk about the ads themselves. All I will add is that while prostate health is certainly important, it sure is weird seeing Hulk Hogan interested in mine… Maybe he can loan Angry Jim some of Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube Classic: Sexy Jeff Jarrett

3 Submitted by on Wed, 27 February 2013, 09:00
Figured I’d do one for the ladies this week. This week’s video features two old CWA commercials from back in the day. The first commercial is just your average ninety-second 1980′s wrestling VHS tape offer. But the second, whoo ladies, get ready to have an orgasm. Yes, you can order a poster of Jeff Jarrett trying his best to be Continue Reading...
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Induction: Wrestling on Morton Downey Jr.: Sex, Lies, and Headlocks (but mostly lies)

38 Submitted by on Thu, 07 February 2013, 19:00
Syndicated TV, 1989 To wrestling fans, Morton Downey, Jr. is best known for his Wrestlecrap-inducted appearance on Piper’s Pit at Wrestlemania V. For those Wrestlecrappers (like myself) who are too young to remember Mr. Downey, he was one of the original “shock jocks” of the radio. (He would also be the namesake of a boss in Nintendo’s Super Mario World: Continue Reading...
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Headlies: DOCTOR THAT PERFORMED ROB CONWAY’S SEX CHANGE INTO EVE TORRES HONORED / MAN HACKS KURT ANGLE’S TWITTER TO POST REASONABLE, PLEASANT MESSAGES

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 12:08
DOCTOR THAT PERFORMED ROB CONWAY’S SEX CHANGE INTO EVE TORRES HONORED By Justin Henry Malmo, Sweden – Dr. Georg Krausingaard, a pioneer in the field of gender reassignment, was honored this week at a luncheon near the Faculty of Medicine. Krausingaard, 77, has devoted his life to gender reassignment, known to the layman as “sex change operations”. Since the first Continue Reading...
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NXT: Season Three: Because What Says Smart, Sexy, & Powerful Like Michael Cole in Knee Socks?

1 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:10
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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Induction: The softer side of Stone Cold — Hugs are better than drugs, except the ones these writers were taking

59 Submitted by on Thu, 04 September 2014, 20:00
WWE, 2001 On April 1st, 2001, Steve Austin made one of the most shocking heel turns in wrestling history, joining forces with the hated Mr. McMahon to take back the WWF title. Having evolved over the course of his Federation career from a cold, ruthless grappler to a foul-mouthed anti-authority badass, to a beer-swilling everyman, Austin’s deal with the devil Continue Reading...
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Induction: Chyna vs. Joey Buttafuoco — 9th Wonder of the World vs. 3rd-Degree Rapist

24 Submitted by on Thu, 28 August 2014, 20:00
FOX television, 2002 In the early 2000s, the FOX Network hit bottom with a string of sleazy prime-time specials, including Who Wants To Marry A Multimillionaire?, Man vs. Beast, and Celebrity Boxing. Now, the first Celebrity Boxing special featured such F-list wrestling personalities as WCW and TNA veteran Danny Bonaduce… …one-time Juggalo Championsh*t Wrestling grappler Vanilla Ice… …and Eddie Guerrero’s Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: #gogetthosegeckos

5 Submitted by on Thu, 28 August 2014, 02:00
Crapper Brian Jacobs writes: I was watching clips from a new favourite show called Last Week Tonight with John Oliver formerly of the Daily Show. I have a lot of good laughs from the news comedy he delivers and one of his recent silly campaigns has been #GoGetThoseGeckos to get Putin and Russia to find some lost geckos used in Continue Reading...
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Classic Induction: The Jesse Ventura Story: Never Let the Truth Get in the Way of a Good Story

16 Submitted by on Wed, 27 August 2014, 15:00
Made For TV Movie, 1999 Of all the shocking events that have transpired in wrestling over the past few years, none have grabbed the mainstream media’s attention like Jesse Ventura’s rise in politics. Obviously with good reason – while us smarks like to get all worked up about the closing of WCW or the various deaths that have been associated Continue Reading...
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Induction: Chyna on Sabrina the Teenage Witch – How’s that for piledriving Miss Daisy?

36 Submitted by on Thu, 21 August 2014, 20:00
WB Network, 2002 Sabrina The Teenage Witch was a mediocre sitcom that aired on ABC in the late ‘90s as part of an all-supernatural TGIF lineup, along with Teen Angel (about an angel), You Wish (about a genie), and Boy Meets World (about the walking shadow of the lead actor’s older, more famous brother). Melissa Joan Hart starred as the Continue Reading...
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Induction: The Reunion

23 Submitted by on Thu, 14 August 2014, 20:00
The Reunion, 2011 When I say the word “reunion” what comes to mind? Having a cookout with some relatives that you haven’t seen for a long time? Going back to your high school and reliving memories with your old friends? John Cena going to Mexcio to rescue a kidnapped business man with your two estranged brothers to cash in the Continue Reading...
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Induction: Under The Mat – Even Clarence Mason couldn’t defend Diana’s book in court

41 Submitted by on Thu, 24 July 2014, 20:00
Fenn Publishing, 2001 When a wrestling fan hears the book title, Under The Mat, he or she (probably he) most likely assumes it to be about the shenanigans that happen when wrestlers hide beneath the ring to do surprise run-ins. One might expect to hear funny stories about the time the nWo’s toilet bucket tipped over during a show and Continue Reading...
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CLASSIC INDUCTION: The Jesse Ventura Story – Never Let the Truth Get In the Way of a Good Story

12 Submitted by on Wed, 02 July 2014, 10:00
Made for TV Movie, 1999 Of all the shocking events that have transpired in wrestling over the past few years, none have grabbed the mainstream media’s attention like Jesse Ventura’s rise in politics. Obviously with good reason – while us smarks like to get all worked up about the closing of WCW or the various deaths that have been associated Continue Reading...
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Induction: Hunter Hearst Helmsley – Bow down to the king (or just curtsy)

33 Submitted by on Thu, 26 June 2014, 19:30
WWF, 1995-1997 Believe it or not, there was a time when Triple H was under-appreciated in the WWF. The man born Paul Michael Levesque was brought into the Federation under an embarrassing gimmick like a common grappler and not the King of Kings. That’s because, before he was Vince’s Only Begotten Son-In-Law, he was just another solid worker jobbing to Continue Reading...
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Induction: Kane vs. Edge – Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twenty times, shame on me.

27 Submitted by on Thu, 19 June 2014, 20:00
WWE, 2010 Glen Jacobs has spent most of his wrestling career as a guinea pig for the writers’ most idiotic ideas. First, there was his stint in Smoky Mountain Wrestling with a name based on terrorist Ted “Unabomber” Kaczynski (albeit before he was identified and caught… and while he was still blowing people up). Then, there were his runs in Continue Reading...
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Legends’ House Episode 8: Back In Pipers’ Pit

11 Submitted by on Sat, 07 June 2014, 13:00
Well, it’s been a long, slow death march, but we’re almost at the end of Legends’ House. We’ve lived, we’ve groaned, we’ve checked the run time to see how much more we have to sit through. We’ve seen Tony Atlas make chitlins. We’ve seen Hillbilly Jim get waxed. We’ve seen Howard Finkel try to play tennis. We’ve seen Mean Gene Continue Reading...
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Induction: Shawn Michaels in Playgirl – The One Time We Were Glad HBK Refused to Drop the Belt

37 Submitted by on Thu, 05 June 2014, 20:00
WWF, 1996 Quick, name the first WWF personality to pose for a porno mag. You’re thinking of Sable, right? Nope! It was Shawn Michaels, who posed for Playgirl magazine in 1996, three years before Rena Mero. And unfortunately for him, he ended up getting a lot of crap for it backstage (just not in his bag). The New Generation era Continue Reading...
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Legends’ House episode 7: “Heartbreak Hotel”

8 Submitted by on Sat, 31 May 2014, 12:00
It’s time for another Legends’ House recap, and boy is it hard to believe this show is only on its seventh episode. I could have sworn the Legends moved into the house two whole years ago! The seventh episode opened with the Legends eating breakfast at a restaurant. Mean Gene, savvy to the reality TV genre, suspected that there is Continue Reading...
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Jobber Of The Week – Gustavo Mendoza

18 Submitted by on Sun, 25 May 2014, 12:00
  Welcome back to the rebooted Jobber Of The Week column here at the new and improved WrestleCrap. I was sitting back thinking that I really should profile a well-known enhancement talent for the big return. Iron Mike Sharpe? The Mulkeys? Sorry, those guys will have to wait for another day. I’ve been on a Bill Watts’ UWF kick lately. Continue Reading...
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Induction: The 1996 Slammy Awards – If this was WWF’s Oscar night, where were Men on a Mission?

33 Submitted by on Fri, 23 May 2014, 13:00
WWF, 1996 By the time you read this, this year’s Slammy Awards will have come and gone. John Cena will have won Superstar of the Year, a Triple H match will have mysteriously won Match of the Year for a third year in a row, and Michael Cole will have convinced you that he is the most annoying on-air personality Continue Reading...
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Induction: The Rock on Star Trek – The Rock ‘n’ Spock Connection

35 Submitted by on Thu, 22 May 2014, 20:00
UPN television, 2000 In 1999, WWF Smackdown premiered on UPN, instantly becoming the network’s highest-rated program. Thus, it seemed only natural to cross-promote it with Star Trek: Voyager, another series on the network, to increase the latter’s viewership. Now, I haven’t seen a lot of Star Trek. I’ve only watched a season and a half, and that was of The Continue Reading...
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Legends’ House Episode 4: “Viva Las Vegas”

4 Submitted by on Sat, 10 May 2014, 17:56
It’s time for another edition of Legends’ House, and on tonight’s episode, what happens in Vegas… …may make you physically ill. Cue the opening credits. Speaking of which, has anyone noticed that the theme song is a knock-off of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”? The only thing the opening is missing is the large-breasted, topless dancers. Those will come later… This Continue Reading...
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Legends’ House episode 1: “The Boys are Back”

10 Submitted by on Sat, 19 April 2014, 12:00
When WWE Network was first announced in fall 2011, Legends’ House, where eight legends of the squared circle would share a house in California, was one of the first programs advertised. Since then, CM Punk has won the WWE title, held it for 14 months, lost it to the Rock, was kept out of the title picture for a year, Continue Reading...
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