Category Archives: Inductions

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Induction: The Wrestling Classic – To quote Nelson Muntz, “I can think of at least two things wrong with that title!”

24 Submitted by on Thu, 20 February 2014, 21:00
WWF, 1985 After the first Wrestlemania, Vince and company wanted to capitalize by throwing all the great wrestlers and Corporal Kirchner and Moondog Spot onto one spectacular themed event. This concept would eventually come to fruition at 1987′s Survivor Series, but an abortive attempt was made along the way in November 1985: it was a similar concept, but instead of Continue Reading...
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Induction: The World’s Largest Love Machine, Viscera – Every day is Hump Day for Big Vis

33 Submitted by on Thu, 13 February 2014, 21:00
(RIP NELSON FRAZIER: 1971 – 2014) WWE, 2005-7 Nelson Frazier has worn many hats during his years with World Wrestling Entertainment. Well, he only ever really wore one hat, which was a crown, but he had a number of gimmicks (rapper, clown, king, cult member) before evolving into Barry White’s younger, scarier brother. Viscera’s road to suave sex-godhood began in Continue Reading...
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Induction: Double Dare’s Super-Slop-O-Mania – Still more mature than Punk’d

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Nickelodeon/WWF, 1989 With two former wrestlers like Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan handling announcing duties for years in the WWF, constantly at odds, don’t you find it odd that they never squared off in the ring to settle their differences? Why, Michael Cole was barely a year into his insufferable jerk persona before he and Jerry Lawler had a series Continue Reading...
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Induction: WWE Wrestlers on Punk’d – So named because “Jackass” was already taken

28 Submitted by on Thu, 23 January 2014, 21:00
MTV, 2003-2007 MTV has been connected with wrestling for years, ever since the Rock ‘n’ Wrestling Connection of the mid-80s. Way back then, the WWF wanted to associate itself with music, while MTV wanted to associate itself with music. Flash forward to the 2000s, when WWE was under contract with MTV’s parent company Viacom, and the worlds of wrestling and Continue Reading...
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Induction: Mad Bull – Proof Heath Slater’s been jobbing since before he was born

22 Submitted by on Thu, 16 January 2014, 21:00
TV movie, 1977 The late Alex Karras was no stranger to the Wrestlecrap. It was he, after all, whose “Mongo” character in Blazing Saddles was the namesake of Horseman Steve “Mongo” McMichael. Less famous was the 1977 TV movie, “Mad Bull,” where Karras played the title role of Iago “Mad Bull” Karkus. Since this was the seventies, not everyone was Continue Reading...
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Gooker 2013 – The Voting is Over!

177 Submitted by on Fri, 10 January 2014, 09:00
And the voting is over!!  Congratulations, Dixie Carter – you are our 2013 Gooker Award Winner!  You will be properly inducted Thursday night, January 30…just in time for Impact!   Despite what Hector Guerrero may tell you, the infamous Gobbeldy Gooker was one of the worst gimmicks ever.  Therefore, back in 2000 when I first started WrestleCrap.com, I knew that Continue Reading...
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Induction: The 1999 Royal Rumble – Even Stone Cold used this match as a bathroom break

53 Submitted by on Thu, 09 January 2014, 21:00
WWF, 1999 Vince McMahon won 1999′s Royal Rumble. … … No, this isn’t the shortest induction ever; I’m just getting that obvious bit of information out of the way right now, lest you think that’s the only reason why this match is Wrestlecrap. No, there are certain circumstances under which a non-wrestler can win a big match, and the red-hot Continue Reading...
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