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Rewriting The Book: What If … Hulk Hogan Never Left The AWA (Part II)

1 Submitted by on Mon, 04 February 2013, 11:02
Author’s Note: As many readers have already noted, the scope of this “What If?” is – without hyperbole – massive. And while the entries are presented in a chronological fashion, they are not always written that way. (For instance, I’ve already penned the ending.) This past week, I suffered a “moderate” concussion which temporarily affected the time I had to Continue Reading...
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Rewriting The Book: What if … Hulk Hogan never left the AWA? (Part I)

12 Submitted by on Mon, 28 January 2013, 19:17
Welcome to the Newest Chapter & Incarnation of “Re-Writing the Book” here at the Crap. While I’m fairly certain I’ll never fill the shoes of Jed (I wear a Nike, size 8), I’m here nonetheless. Rumor has it by default. That’s right, Crappers: There are apparently plenty of fans but not enough writers to go around. De Fault; the 2 Continue Reading...
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Rewriting The Book: What if … Shawn Michaels never lost his smile? (Part III)

1 Submitted by on Sun, 27 January 2013, 17:19
Rewriting the Book By C.G. Scum     What if Shawn Michaels never “lost his smile” or forfeited the WWF Title in February of 1997? Part III Following WrestleMania, there is now a new WWF Champion, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, however, many of the other major players despite the outcomes of their respective matches have a lot of unfinished business Continue Reading...
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Rewriting The Book: What if … Shawn Michaels Never Lost His Smile? (Part II)

18 Submitted by on Fri, 18 January 2013, 15:29
REWRITING THE BOOK By C.G. Scum   What if Shawn Michaels never “lost his smile” or forfeited the WWF Title in February of 1997?   PART II   The road to WrestleMania 13 continues with several hot feuds building as WWF heads towards its biggest event of the year and major changes in the company continue to build toward what Continue Reading...
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About WrestleCrap.com

0 Submitted by on Tue, 01 January 2013, 18:28
Welcome to the Worst of Pro Wrestling! Why hello there, RD Reynolds here.  I guess this is the area of our site where we discuss what this silly place on the world wide interwebs is all about. Founded on April 1, 2000, WrestleCrap.com is a comedy site dedicated to all the worst in professional wrestling, so horrible characters, gimmicks, matches, Continue Reading...
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RD’s Ancient Book & DVD Reviews

2 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:27
Email RD Reynolds Here RD’s DVD, Video Game, and Book Shelf! I don’t know quite why, but for some zany nutty cukoo reason, people want to know what I think of certain books and DVDs. So here ya go! Keep in mind, as always, that these are just my opinions, and your mileage may vary. Like my good buddy Eric Continue Reading...
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What if…Muhammad Hassan Didn’t Leave WWE?

4 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:25
  Text By Neil Cathan What if…Muhammad Hassan Didn’t Leave WWE? Our story begins on the night of July 24th, 2005, after a match between Muhammed Hassan and The Undertaker, won by the Undertaker. Cheered on by the crowd, the dead man rocks Hassan up the entrance ramp with punch after punch. To the crowd’s delight, he gets Hassan to the Continue Reading...
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What if…Bruiser Brody Hadn’t Died?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:23
  Text By Neil Cathan What if…Bruiser Brody Hadn’t Died? I need to step in firstly as an author and apologise. I’m a big fan of Brody’s work, and the question of what he would have done had he stayed with us has been a fun game to play in my mind and on EWR. While I feel I have a Continue Reading...
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What if…Raven defeated Tommy Dreamer at Wrestlepalooa 1997?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:21
  Text By Neil Cathan What if…Raven defeated Tommy Dreamer at Wrestlepalooa 1997? He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster - Fredrich Nietzsche Our story begins on June 7th, 1997, in the closing moments of Tommy Dreamer vs Raven, in Raven’s last match in ECW, and Dreamer’s last chance to beat his nemesis. Tommy Dreamer Continue Reading...
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What if…Saddam Hussein Hadn’t Invaded Kuwait in 1990?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:20
  Text By Simon Rawls What if…Saddam Hussein Hadn’t Invaded Kuwait in 1990? Part IA (Author’s Note:  In writing alternate history on a serious historical event not happening, pertaining to the world of professional wrestling, rest assured that I am in no way making light of the actual event. Nor am I taking away from the death and suffering of innocent Iraqis, Continue Reading...
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What if…the InVasion Hadn’t Failed?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:17
  Text By Jed Shafer What if…the InVasion Hadn’t Failed? Our story begins on Raw, the night after Judgement Day. Despite Steve Austin’s successful defense against The Undertaker, Vince has little to celebrate: his Two-Man Power Trip is in jeopardy of coming apart, and the threat of Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho as the #1 Tag Title contenders looms large. But Continue Reading...
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What if…Kevin Smith Wrote an Episode of Raw?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:13
Text By Neil Cathan What if…Kevin Smith Wrote an Episode of Raw? We here at Wrestlecrap lead difficult lives. Sometimes we have to tell jokes about men in their underwear pretending to fight as often as once a week. When we’re not doing that, however, we have lives. Families. Friends. Lovers. Jobs. Well, the rest of them do. Me? I dig through Continue Reading...
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What if…Barry Windham didn’t join The Four Horsemen in April 1988?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:11
  Text By Simon Rawls What if…Barry Windham didn’t join The Four Horsemen in April 1988? Part I Our story begins just two days before the NWA’s 3rd Annual Jim Crockett Cup Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament. Trying to regain the World Tag Team Titles, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard have champions and arch-rivals Lex Luger and Barry Windham reeling. After Continue Reading...
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What if…Sting Beat Hogan Clean at Starrcade ’97?

1 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:07
  Text By Neil Cathan What if…Sting Beat Hogan Clean at Starrcade ’97? Part I   Our story begins on the 28th of December, 1997, at WCW’s annual flagship show, Starrcade, where the WCW roster has promised that the New World Order will finally get their comeuppance.   And after the blinding opener between Eddy Guerrero and Dean Malenko, WCW has its Continue Reading...
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What if…Hulk Hogan didn’t turn heel at Bash At The Beach ’96?

1 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:05
  Text By Neil Cathan What if…Hulk Hogan didn’t turn heel at Bash At The Beach ’96? Part I Our story begins on July 7th, 1996, during the main event of ‘Bash At The Beach’, a ‘Hostile Takeover’ match between The Outsiders and the team of Randy Savage, Lex Luger and Sting, representing WCW. With Luger already out of action, and Continue Reading...
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What if…Ric Flair helped Dusty Rhodes after the cage match?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 16:02
  Text By Simon Rawls What if…Ric Flair helped Dusty Rhodes after the cage match? Part 1  Our story begins on September 29, 1985 at the Omni in Atlanta. Ric Flair has just successfully defended the NWA World Title against Nikita Koloff in a grueling cage match. After the match, Nikita’s Uncle Ivan and Krusher Khrushchev enter the cage and triple Continue Reading...
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What if…The Gobbledy Gooker didn’t hatch from the egg at Survivor Series 1990?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:59
Text By Simon Rawls What if…The Gobbledy Gooker didn’t hatch from the egg at Survivor Series 1990? Part I Our story begins on Thanksgiving Night 1990 at the Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut for the WWF’s annual Survivor Series pay-per-view. The crowd has just watched the five main “Survivor” matches and was waiting for the “Ultimate Match of Survival” with the Continue Reading...
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What if…Kerry Von Erich decided to take Michael Hayes’ help against Ric Flair?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:55
  Text By Simon Rawls What if…Kerry Von Erich decided to take Michael Hayes’ help against Ric Flair? Our story begins on Christmas Night 1982- Kerry Von Erich is in a cage match with Ric Flair for the NWA World Title. Michael Hayes is the special guest referee. Michael Hayes has just knocked down Ric Flair with a hard right hand. Continue Reading...
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What if…Vince Wasn’t the Higher Power?

1 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:54
  Text By Jed Shaffer What if…Vince Wasn’t the Higher Power? (Editor’s note: this is my second-ever column. I was still making adjustments to the style, format and pacing. I say all this to explain why this story reads so different from the rest. I had intended to re-write it so it matched my current works, but I figured for historical Continue Reading...
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Jed Shafer Reviews The Wrestler

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:52
  Text By Jed Shafer Jed Shafer Reviews The Wrestler Wow. A human being could run out of adjectives in describing the excellence that is The Wrestler. Every bit of hype that all us internet wrestling fans have read, yeah, it’s all deserved. If I just took off the self-editor, I could write a Re-Writing The Book-length review of The Wrestler. RD’s glowing Continue Reading...
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Jed Shafer: Arm Chair Booker, Part One

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:49
  Text By Jed Shafer Jed Shafer: Arm Chair Booker, Part One “Jed, what would you do if you were in charge?” I get that a lot. I don’t know if I can say I get it more then other IWC writers, but the nature of my column kinda pre-loads the question into most any email or message I get. But if you’re Continue Reading...
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What if…Tully Blanchard didn’t fail the drug test and returned to WCW in 1989?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:46
  Text By Jed Shaffer What if…Tully Blanchard didn’t fail the drug test and returned to WCW in 1989? Our story begins at the 1989 edition of Starrcade. The event is dominated by a round-robin tournament dubbed “Night Of The Iron Men”, awarding points for the method of victory for the four men involved: The Great Muta, Lex Luger, Sting and Continue Reading...
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What if…Mankind had been Vince McMahon’s choice for the Corporate Champion?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:44
  Text By Jed Shaffer What if…Mankind had been Vince McMahon’s choice for the Corporate Champion? Part I   Our story begins in the closing moments of the finals of the World Title tournament at Survivor Series ’98. The Rock has defied overwhelming odds—including risking his own job—to get to the finals of the tournament. His opponent, the confused Mankind, believes Continue Reading...
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What if…I Just Did a Bunch of Random “What If’s?”?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:41
  Text By Jed Shaffer What if…I Just Did a Bunch of Random “What If’s?”? What if Triple H used his sledgehammer to solve all his problems? Triple H looks to the left and snarls. To the right; more disappointment. People are paying for a pack of gum and a National Enquirer with a debit card. Someone has seventy-eight cans of chicken noodle, Continue Reading...
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What if…Randy Savage beat the Ultimate Warrior in their WrestleMania VII retirement match?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:39
  Text By Jed Shaffer This week’s RTB comes to us from very constant reader Joseph Violet What if…Randy Savage beat the Ultimate Warrior in their WrestleMania VII retirement match?   Our story begins in the closing moments of the retirement match at WrestleMania VII. After failing to put away Savage with his gorilla press/big splash combo, the Warrior has gone outside the Continue Reading...
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What if…The Montreal Screwjob Never Happened?

5 Submitted by on Thu, 27 December 2012, 15:36
  Text By Jed Shaffer What if…The Montreal Screwjob Never Happened? In 1997, the wrestling industry had reached a point no one ever thought possible: the WWF, the bull-in-the-china-shop that killed the AWA, crippled Jim Crockett, neutered the NWA, and obliterated countless other competitors, was on the losing end of a new war. The Ted Turner-owned WCW, long a limping, galumphing Continue Reading...
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