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 currently runs the "How Much Does This Guy Weigh?" blog, where he reviews New Generation-Era Monday Night Raws and Hasbro WWF figures. Email at: art@wrestlecrap.com

Recent Posts by Art0Donnell

Induction: Barry Didinsky – Life’s a pitch, and then you buy an Undertaker jean jacket

57 Submitted by on Thu, 24 April 2014, 20:00
WWF, 1995 Hulk Hogan. Steve Austin. D-Generation X. The nWo. What do they all have in common? All of them generated huge merchandise sales. Also, unfortunately for Vince McMahon, none of these entities were wrestling in the WWF in 1995. So what could a promoter do when none of his stars were exactly raking in the cash at the merch 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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Induction: Kevin Nash vs. Chris Jericho, hair vs. hair – A bald-faced lie

37 Submitted by on Thu, 17 April 2014, 20:00
WWE, 2003 Hair is serious business the world over, even for men, and even for wrestlers. Don’t believe me? Look at all the hair vs. hair matches over the years in WWE: Kurt Angle vs. Edge… …Eric Bischoff vs. Eugene… …the Vince vs. Donald Trump “Battle of the Billionaires”… …and let’s not forget about the time CM Punk wagered his Continue Reading...
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Induction: Lex Luger, Million-Dollar Turncoat? – At least the *arenas* didn’t sell out.

45 Submitted by on Thu, 10 April 2014, 20:00
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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