Category Archives: Someone Bought This

Obscure, strange, and sometimes downright horrible wrestling merchandise that someone paid good money to obtain.

Someone Bought This: Steve Austin crossbow, and Goldberg electric toothbrush from Sears Wish Book

9 Submitted by on Fri, 07 March 2014, 02:00
It’s a 2-for-1 entry today, kids! My old buddy and my old pal Matt over at Dinosaur Dracula put up this article featuring items from the 1999 Sears Wish Book catalog. Two of the things he included in the article that were in the catalog are a Stone Cold Steve Austin crossbow (um… what?!) and a Bill Goldberg Electric Toothbrush. I Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Buy some time with Buff Bagwell

25 Submitted by on Wed, 05 March 2014, 14:00
I saw this on Lords Of Pain and just had to preserve it here: Earlier we posted a clip of Marcus “Buff” Bagwell appearing on Showtime’s Gigolos show. Bagwell is now working as an escort for the website, which partners with the Showtime show. Bagwell’s rates are $800 for two hours, $1,550 for four hours, $3,000 for overnight, $4,500 Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: The WCW Hotline is slightly less expensive than your house

16 Submitted by on Wed, 05 March 2014, 02:00
 I was browsing through the excellent WCW Worldwide blog and I came across this WCW Hotline ad from a later issue of WCW Magazine. Whoa, it cost $1.69 a minute?! That’s crazy! It says the average call lasts 5 minutes, but let’s assume you’re going to spend at least 10 minutes listening to the hotline because Mark Madden is just that Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Buff Bagwell looks special. Maybe it’s Maybelline?

8 Submitted by on Mon, 03 March 2014, 02:00
Crapper Micah sent in this t-shirt with a very uh… unique picture of Buff Bagwell. He’s wearing so much foundation that he reminds me of Doink The Clown’s clown white makeup for crying out loud! Seriously, if Buff was wearing any more makeup he’d be a shoe-in finalist on RuPaul’s Drag Race. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that). Even Johnny Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Jeff Hardy Creature inside-out face paint shirt

8 Submitted by on Sat, 01 March 2014, 06:56
Crapper Paul S. found this… uh… unique Jeff Hardy shirt and writes: “Ask me about my creature?” What’s that supposed to mean. Wait you mean it folds inside out? Why would you want to… AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!! GAH!!! So it’s a shirt you can flip inside-out to make a mask out of it? Who would wear something like that except for maybe Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Hulk Hogan finds a hot date to take to his restaurant

7 Submitted by on Thu, 27 February 2014, 11:14
You know, between this commercial, and this other commercial featuring Jimmy Hart that we’ve featured in the past; I’m really starting to wonder some things about The Mouth Of The South…! I bet that URL’s not taken! But if it is, I really don’t want to know… On the plus side, Jimmy is probably a more interesting and smarter date Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Brock Lesnar Vs. Torrie Wilson in what kind of match?!

7 Submitted by on Wed, 26 February 2014, 13:03
Crapper E-Squared writes: The thing that always got me about this commercial is how on earth is a guy supposed to compete in a “bra and panties” match, with a woman at that. I really would not want to know if he is already in his wrestling attire. 😉 Other than that, I think the standout part of this commercial Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Kayfabe Commentaries determine the crappiest gimmick in an all new DVD release! See a preview!

6 Submitted by on Tue, 25 February 2014, 13:00
Crapper Ezenwa Anyanwu writes: Sean Oliver and the boys at Kayfabe Commentaries have released their teaser trailer pertaining to a new DVD: Wrestling’s most Crappy Gimmicks I wouldn’t be posting this if I didn’t find out that the masterminds at sent them the 20 crappiest gimmicks of all time, for fans to vote on and wrestlers to react to. Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Lots of WCW and WWE Thumb Wrestling toys

11 Submitted by on Mon, 24 February 2014, 02:00
Crapper Micah writes: You know why this commercial is only 30 seconds long? Because that’s exactly how long you could have fun with these. Yeah… “Hey kids, stick your thumb right up Hulk Hogan’s poop chute!”. is in fact not taken (quick, someone grab that domain!).  I don’t remember thumb wrestling being some kind of really popular thing we Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Barry Horowitz- the action figure!

5 Submitted by on Thu, 20 February 2014, 02:20
Crapper Sean Bateman writes: It can’t be a Barry Horowitz action figure? Can it??? It is!!!! Somebody cue his WWE theme!!! I’m on it! I love that someone took the time to customize a Barry Horowitz figure. I’m sure he’d be best friends with R.D’s custom Gooker figure. You Crappers know how much we love Barry here at WrestleCrap!...
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It Came From YouTube: WWF Toyota commercials from the 80’s

7 Submitted by on Thu, 13 February 2014, 02:35
Crapper Paul S. sent these commercials in and writes: Here’s some wacky Toyota commercials from the 1980s that apparently ran on Australian television featuring different wrestlers- Iron Shiek, George “The Animal” Steele”, Paul Roma, Steve Lombardi, and S.D Jones, I love The Iron Sheik doing the triumphant jump at the end of his commercial! YEAH!...
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It Came From YouTube: Suspiciously old kids in WWF LJN figures toy commercial

7 Submitted by on Tue, 11 February 2014, 02:00
Crapper Little Louie P (a.k.a. The Doctor of Style) writes: In commercials, it’s a common trick by toy companies to cast kids who are older than the toy’s target audience. However, LJN was really pushing the envelope with this one. I bet an hour after posing their action figures for the camera, these two kids were buying their weekly Clearasil Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Mean Gene sold burgers… and a t-shirt!

12 Submitted by on Wed, 05 February 2014, 14:55
I found these images in this article and knew I had to share them here. In 1999 Mean Gene Okerlund opened Mean Gene’s Burgers (well, he put his name and image on the place, anyway) whose slogan was “The burger that says Bite Me” offered this t-shirt that you could proudly wear. Sadly, this chain was not to last and Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Kane “See No Evil” novelization

10 Submitted by on Fri, 31 January 2014, 02:00
My Partner In Crap Art0Donnell found this novelization of the Kane movie (and WrestleCrap induction) “See No Evil” and writes: I discovered this: a novelization of WWE Films’ “See No Evil.” Used copies are available for 1 cent, but die-hard fans of the film can plunk down an extra penny and buy it new. PS: The Amazon page mislabels the Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: The dumbest baseball cap of all time- of course WWE made it!

18 Submitted by on Thu, 30 January 2014, 20:44
Crapper Andrew B. writs: The following link will take you to the WWEShop, where they are selling the dumbest baseball cap I’ve ever seen. Words fail me. You know, when I got this email from Andrew I read it before clocking on the link he gave to the WWE Shop, I thought to myself “How bad could it be? It’s Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Lord Alfred loves Mega Man X2 (plus a Sunny clip!)

12 Submitted by on Fri, 24 January 2014, 02:00
2:55 into this batch of commercials (yes, after an exciting Duke “The Dumpster” Droese squash) we get to hear part-time WrestleCrap Radio talent Lord Alfred Hayes shill for Mega Man X2 on the Super Nintendo! He sounds very excited about it! I bet Lord Alfred had a Super Nintendo. Can’t you just see him spending hours playing Super Mario World Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Ultimate Kennedy’s WrestleCrap wrestling figure collection

4 Submitted by on Sat, 18 January 2014, 02:00
Ultimate Kennedy is a longtime and most loyal Crapper who’s been contributing to the site for many years. He has quite the collection of Jakks wrestling figures of wrestlers, all of whom have been inducted right here on! He also does a really good impersonation of R.D Reynolds, doesn’t he? He didn’t ask me to feature this video; I Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: A set of Jeff Hardy artwork lithographs can be yours for how much?!

3 Submitted by on Tue, 14 January 2014, 02:53
I was browsing through the store (hurry up and buy any TNA stuff you want before they go out of business!) and boy oh boy did I find something… I came across this set of Jeff Hardy “Similar Creatures” lithographs that Jeff and TNA decided are worth a whopping $834! If you really want to see what each lithograph looks Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Cooking With Hulk Hogan

4 Submitted by on Sat, 11 January 2014, 02:50
Hulk Hogan shills for his restaurant while his Head Chef cooks shrimp. I’m posting this for a few reasons… 1. Listen to Hulk shill the features of the place! 2. This will be even funnier when the place goes under due to the lousy food. Let’s just say that the reviews of Hulk’s resteraunt have not been kind…...
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Someone Bought This: WWF and other wrestling shirts at Hot Topic in 1998

16 Submitted by on Thu, 09 January 2014, 17:32
My buddy Matt over at Dinosaur Dracula has a great brand new article up as part of his “Deadsites” series covering things that were offered at the Hot Topic website in 1998 that is well worth checking out! It’s a real time capsule of what was popular and cool back then. I love that someone decided to create and sell an Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Larry Zbyszko WCW Announcer Of The Year Award

8 Submitted by on Wed, 08 January 2014, 02:30
Crapper Paul S. writes: You now can be the proud owner of Larry Zabisco’s 1997 Announcer of the Year Award from WCW Magazine! Wow, and it’s even autographed by The Living Legend himself! I wouldn’t be shocked if someone bought it for the $399.99 asking price. Of course, the award should’ve gone to Bobby Heenan in the first place if Continue Reading...
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