Category Archives: Active Inductions

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ECW Monster Mash: Kane vs. Khali vs. Henry vs. Viscera. Yep, That’s Horrifying!

1 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:48
WWECW, 2007 Text by RD Reynolds I know a lot of you hated the WWE re-incarnated version of ECW, and for years, I stood amongst you with the torches and pitchforks. Lately, though, I’ve had a fond recollection for the show. Think about all the great times we had on those Sci-Fi Tuesday nights. Remember when Kelly Kelly was an exhibitionist Continue Reading...
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Kizarny: Think Clowns are Scary? Not Compared to Carnies!

1 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:42
WWE, 2008 – 2009 Text by RD Reynolds and Triple Kelly So yes, it’s Halloween (or thereabouts) and as we always do ’round here, we start scrambling to figure out what to induct for the holiday. This year, it wasn’t even a question: I knew from the day he debuted that Kizarny was the scariest freakin’ thing I’d ever seen. Not Halloweeny enough Continue Reading...
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Boy Meets Vader: Because Every TGIF Sitcom Needs a Mastadon!

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:40
TV Show, 1996 Text by Triple Kelly and RD Reynolds Big Van “The Man They Call” Vader was one of the best monster heels in WCW and the WWF. A behemoth with a true smash mouth style, killer look, and excellent big man ability, he looked to be unstoppable. I remember his awesome encounters with the likes of Sting and Ric Flair and Continue Reading...
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TNA Fish Market Street Fight: TNA Discovers What Pro Wrestling Needs: FISH ON ICE!!

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:38
TNA, 2008 Text by Triple Kelly and RD Reynolds Over the years, I’ve done a lot of interviews about this here website. I always enjoy doing them, as it’s a lot of fun to blabber on regarding the stupidity I’ve seen this last decade. Invariably, I wind up getting the same questions over and over, the most frequent of which is “has anyone Continue Reading...
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Arli$$ on Nitro: Maybe If He Had Played Alexander Knox…

1 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:34
WCW, 1999 Text by Triple Kelly and RD Reynolds The subject of celebrity appearances in wrestling promotions is a hot topic for fans of the sport. There are a few good ones out there (none of which are coming to mind) and bad ones (of which nearly all are coming to mind). Usually the worst appearances are when celebrities are worked into an Continue Reading...
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Jenna vs. Sharmell: It’s Official, We’re in Hell

1 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:31
TNA, 2009 Text by Triple Kelly with RD Reynolds OH. MY. GOD. I…….I…….I’m speechless. I am literally at a loss for words. I have just witnessed the absolute worst wrestling match I have EVER seen in my life. This accounts for everything I’ve seen in the WWF/E, Crockett’s NWA, Turner’s WCW, the original ECW, the AWA, Herb Abrams’ UWF, GWF, WOW, GLOW, WCCW, Continue Reading...
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Pretty Ricky: We Quote: “R-Truth is Acting Strange.” Yes, yes he is.

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:24
WWE, 2009 Text by RD Reynolds At the beginning of the week, I opened up an email from my old buddy, old pal, the “Charlie” to my “Angels”, Mr. RD Reynolds. “Hey Kelly, how’s ’bout writing about Pretty Ricky this week?” Pretty Ricky… Pretty Ricky… I literally sat staring at my screen for five minutes. I puzzled and puzzed til my Continue Reading...
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Roxxi Laveaux: TNA’s Witchy Woman

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 17:17
TNA, 2007-2008 Text by Art0Donnell & RD Reynolds Check out Art0Donnell’s Facebook Page Here and his Blog, “How Much Does This Guy Weigh?” Here! Roxxi Laveaux is a character whose induction Wrestlecrappers have been clamoring for since her debut in 2007. I mean, come on, seriously – let’s sum up this character, shall we? A white female Papa Shango. In TNA. Egads, that sounds like the 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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The AWF: Bringing Real Wrestling Back, Four Minutes at a Time

5 Submitted by on Wed, 26 December 2012, 16:24
American Wrestling Federation, 1994-1996 Text by Art0Donnell & RD Reynolds Check out Art0Donnell’s Facebook Page Here! The landscape of mainstream pro wrestling was indeed bleak in 1995. In the WWF, a shallow talent pool led Vince to crown Mabel (MABEL!!!) as the King of the Ring, let Diesel run live attendance into the ground as WWF champion, and put wrestling hog farmers, pirates, race Continue Reading...
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Hornswoggle vs. Chavo: 2009 Gooker Award Winner

5 Submitted by on Tue, 31 January 2012, 20:55
WWE, 2009 Text by RD Reynolds with Triple Kelly Note from RD: Hard to believe that we’re already doing our tenth Gooker Award. Harder to believe still that there’s never been a main character that has repeated in the ‘honor’. Even more unfathomable is the fact that unless something changes drastically, there’s a pretty good shot at the guy three-peating at some point. Continue Reading...
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Mike Adamle: 2008 Gooker Award Winner

2 Submitted by on Sun, 30 January 2011, 21:00
WWE, 2008  Text by RD Reynolds Not sure if I’ve ever mentioned it, but it seems that one of Vince McMahon’s lifelong goals is to get rid of your friend and mine, Jim Ross. Oh wait, yeah, I am pretty sure I DID mention that. Three years ago, in fact, when Ross was humiliated in a series of skits that did Continue Reading...
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Vince’s Bastard Son: 2007 Gooker Award Winner

5 Submitted by on Thu, 20 January 2011, 21:11
WWE, 2007 Mega Thanks to Bill Brown for His Assitance with This Induction! It may sound absurd, or more accurately perhaps, pretentious, but I pretty much know every year going into the Gooker Award voting who is going to win. Yes, it’s been up for you, my fellow Crappers, to decide the past few years. And while there have been some suprises Continue Reading...
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Eddiesplotation: 2006 Gooker Award Winner

6 Submitted by on Wed, 19 January 2011, 21:18
WWE, 2006 Odds are that you remember exactly where you were when you heard the news on November 13, 2005. I do. I certainly do. It was a Sunday afternoon, and I hopped on the net to check my mail and see what was going on in the world of wrestling. There was lots of comedy taking place about this Continue Reading...
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The Sad Saga of Jim Ross: 2005 Gooker Award Winner

3 Submitted by on Tue, 18 January 2011, 21:21
WWE, 2005 Quick note from RD: As always, a humongoid thank you to my good friend Bill Brown for hooking me up with this footage. Growing up in Cincinnati, I was a huge Reds fan. It was the 1970’s, and at that point, pretty much no one else could touch a team that contained certified legends such as Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Continue Reading...
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The Diva Search: 2004 Gooker Award Winner

6 Submitted by on Mon, 10 January 2011, 21:26
WWE, 2004 Amazing. There’s really no other word for it. How else could you describe the fact that a contest featuring half naked and incredibly hot women was somehow so tragically horrible that the readers of this very site voted it the very worst in wrestling for 2004? Readers, who, mind you, are predominantly heterosexual (and therefore most assuredly horny) Continue Reading...
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Al Wilson: 2003 Gooker Award Winner

3 Submitted by on Sun, 09 January 2011, 21:35
WWE, 2002-2003 You know, life is funny sometimes. This week, I went back and did the “lost” 2001 Gooker Award Winner, the infamous InVasion catastrophe. Just doing the research for that made me so angry that I very nearly said to hell with watching WWF/E forever. It really was that infuriating, and if you don’t believe me, well, we’ll be Continue Reading...
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Katie Vick: 2002 Gooker Award Winner

4 Submitted by on Fri, 07 January 2011, 21:36
WWE, 2002 The year 2002 was not a good year for wrestling. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin left WWE after a falling out with the creative department. The Rock headed for Hollywood. Hulk Hogan fulfilled his contractual obligations and went home. Buyrates plummeted, ratings were in a freefall, and wrestling became a decididely un-cool thing to watch. Vince McMahon knew he Continue Reading...
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David Arquette: 2000 Gooker Award Winner

10 Submitted by on Sun, 02 January 2011, 21:47
WCW, 2000 Note from RD: As I look back over this induction, I find it not only ironic that it was originally written on the eve of the last ever Nitro, but also that it was a huge focal point of my second book, The Death of WCW. Since many of my fellow Crappers have emailed me that they enjoy reading Continue Reading...
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