Category Archives: It Came From YouTube

All the goofy, nostalgic, and obscure wrestling and wrestling-related footage we can round up from the interwebs!

It Came From YouTube: No, A.J Lee didn’t invent skipping…

6 Submitted by on Wed, 26 March 2014, 02:00
Crapper Third String Point Guard writes: This clip comes from my home country – the Philippines – and showcases the talents (I use that word loosely) of Lawin (Hawk in English) and Max Buwaya (Max Lizard). If you thought Lawin’s vignette was hilarious, wait till you see Max Buwaya happily prancing, or should I say skipping about in the ring Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Daniel Bryan makes a new friend and meets a long lost cousin!

2 Submitted by on Tue, 25 March 2014, 10:00
Crapper Avi Krebs writes: My nomination is fairly recent but with the new Muppets movie coming out shortly I thought this would be most fitting. Want to know the recipe for a great WWE backstage segment? Take one part Daniel Bryan Add in Animal from the Muppets Finish it off with a Goat and voila! Amazing!!! I love Animal’s expressive Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: WWE Superstars meet Scooby-Doo at the Scooby-Doo movie premiere!

8 Submitted by on Mon, 24 March 2014, 12:33
It’s the premiere of “Scooby-Doo: WrestleMania Mystery”! I just love watching the wrestlers talk about how great the movie is and hang out with Scooby. I’m so easily amused, sometimes… Help support WrestleCrap.com and buy your copy of “Scooby-Doo: WrestleMania Mystery” via these links on DVD, Blu-Ray, or Amazon Instant Video today!...
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It Came From YouTube: Land Of 1,000 Dances video

10 Submitted by on Mon, 24 March 2014, 02:00
Crapper Third String Point Guard writes: If musicians of different genres got together as one in 1985 to record “We Are the World”, the WWF’s heels and faces came damn close to breaking kayfabe by collaborating on this Wrestlecraptacular version of the ’60s classic “Land of a Thousand Dances.” I’ll leave it up to my fellow Crappers to add their Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Dungeon Of Doom introduces us to THE MONSTER MENG!!!

15 Submitted by on Fri, 21 March 2014, 02:00
Crapper Paul S. writes: You know what we haven’t had on Wrestlecrap in awhile? A Dungeon of Doom Segment. Weirdly enough less than a year before this Meng was already in WCW doing a “bodyguard in a nice suit” gimmick. Kind of weird how he went from being a normal guy to a kung-fu cannibal in some kind of gold Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Jim Ross talks about Vince McMahon pooping in his pants- literal WrestleCrap!

3 Submitted by on Tue, 18 March 2014, 06:53
Yes, according to Jim Ross in this interview on Opie & Anthony, Vince McMahon accidentally crapped his pants when he tried to fart. He in fact “sharted”. I learned a new word today. I love it when WrestleCrap really is WrestleCRAP. I’d like to think that Jim relaying this story is sweet, sweet revenge for all the bad angles and Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Rugrats help Grandpa win a wrestling match

4 Submitted by on Sun, 16 March 2014, 18:00
Crapper Paul S. sent in this episode of Rugrats where Grandpa Pickles (a former pro wrestler!) gets back into the ring to take on an old foe… with a little help from the babies, of course. Whoa! Grandpa Pickles is the worst babysitter ever! First he takes the kids out of the house (without telling anyone!) and brings them to Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Riding with The Undertaker can be a real drag- just ask Hulk Hogan!

12 Submitted by on Thu, 13 March 2014, 18:00
Crapper CBCB writes: I’m not sure if this ever made “It Came From YouTube”, but I believe it’s worthy. Just like in late 1991, Hulk Hogan defended the WWE Championship against The Undertaker in the spring of 2002. And in both instances, The Undertaker won the title. But back during the Hogan/Taker feud of 1991, Taker didn’t ride a motorcycle, Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Madusa trashes her chances of ever returning to WWE

21 Submitted by on Thu, 13 March 2014, 02:00
In 1995 Alundra Blayze (AKA: Madusa) was WWF Woman’s Champion. She defected to WCW with the WWF belt behind Vince McMahon’s back, dumped it in the garbage on a live episode of WCW Monday Nitro, and was subsequently blackballed from WWE as a result. She hasn’t been featured on WWE TV in clips, or mentioned on TV since. I’m guessing Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Paul Bearer has an unwanted and undead houseguest!

5 Submitted by on Wed, 12 March 2014, 18:00
Crapper Ezenwa Anyanwu writes: Upon learning of Paul Bearer’s impending induction into the Hall of Fame, I tried to find as many related videos of him that may not be as popular or at least obscure. I happened across this gem that I remembered fresh into the Attitude Era. I love Taker’s comments about remembering where Paul Bearer lived. Duh, Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: 5!

6 Submitted by on Tue, 11 March 2014, 18:00
Crapper Paul S. writes: Big E’s theme music starts out with the lyrics “3 Ain’t Enough I Need 5″ which is a throwback to his NXT gimmick where he would hold people down for a five count. This got him over as a monster babyface with the NXT Crowd and helped him get called up to the main roster pretty Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Fancy eatin’ with Lord Alfred, The Brooklyn Brawler, and Sensational Sherri

1 Submitted by on Tue, 11 March 2014, 02:00
Lord Alfred Hayes attempts to teach Sensational Sherri and The Brooklyn Brawler some etiquette and manners. It goes about as well as you’d expect (well, maybe a bit worse….). These three totally needed their own weekly wacky sitcom where they all share an apartment in San Francisco and have to learn to get along. UPDATE: WWE took the YouTube video Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Frightmare hangs out with Antonio Cesaro

5 Submitted by on Sun, 09 March 2014, 19:00
Crapper Paul S. writes: We all know that Antonio Cesaro is almost superhumanly strong but here he is (wrestling under his real name Claudio Castagnoli) but what happens when he throws a dude clear up to the ceiling? Just watch for yourself. Wow! What a cool sequence! Yeah, I know we’re supposed to be all about the worst of wrestling, Continue Reading...
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