Another injury for Seth Rollins?

Find out how WWE plans to protect The Architect in Headlies!

The ultimate triple threat – Terry Funk vs. Chris Candido vs. a Horse!

Is it any good?  Nay!

Sorry for the horrible pun – here’s hoping we make up for that with our NEW Induction!

Mr. Money In The Bank wants you to pony up some cash so he can get on Warped Tour.

Open up your wallets, strap on your Vans, and check out a new Headlie!

Look who’s invading WCW!

No, it’s not the WBF Bodystars…

…It’s the Battle Dome Warriors!

New induction!

Step right up and be the first in line at WWE’s new amusement park!

We’ve got all the details in Headlies!

What’s Todd Chrisley doing in bed with that woman?

Wrestling, of course!

The Chrisleys invade All-Star Wrestling in a new induction!

Think that bit with Alexa and Bayley from Monday was bad?

You ain’t seen nothing yet!

The first – and worst – of the This is Your Life skits…INDUCTED!

Greg Gagne is donning the camouflage one more time this Memorial Day.

 March on over to Headlies and read all about it!

Did you know that Chris & Tammy once killed a cat?

Anyone know a good Tammy Sytch/cat joke?

New induction!

WWE has a new bonafide star on their hands after Backlash, but it’s not who you think.

Flex as hard as you can and read all about it in Headlies!

Hillbilly Jim vs. Mr. Fuji in a Tuxedo Match!

A bout so horrible it’s causing RD Reynolds to consider retirement!

But will he?  Find out in our NEW INDUCTION!

Will John Cena end up on a real chain gang?

Find out in WWE Films’ Legendary!

Inducted!

Vince is breaking out the old Victrola for new Pay-Per-View names.

Grab your headphones and strut on over to Headlies!

For the first time in 17 years, we ain’t waiting.

The House of Horrors…now inducted at WrestleCrap.com!

Who is going to clean up after the House Of Horrors mess?

Erick Rowan, that’s who!

Grab a mop and bucket and read all about it in Headlies!

It’s backyard wrestling!

It’s lucha libre!

It’s… a Full House sequel?

Whatever it is, it’s a new induction!

Mulkey Mania is running wild all over your video game consoles.

Grab your Atari 2600 joystick and head on over to Headlies!

RD Reynolds discusses 3 Ninjas: High Noon on Mega Mountain on the Horrible Movie Podcast!

Click Hulk’s wacky wig to listen in!

  • Abyss and Father James Mitchell Spend A Surprisingly Pleasant Father's Day Together
  • Lord Buckethead To Challenge Pete Dunne For The WWE United Kingdom Championship
  • Give Divas A Chance Hashtag On Life Support After 'Bayley: This Is Your Life' Segment
  • WWE Names Inaugural Women's Tournament "The Melina Vs. Alicia Fox Classic"
  • 3 Man Band Reunites To Perform At Jinder Mahal's Championship Celebration
All The Latest Crap!

The AWF: Bringing Real Wrestling Back, Four Minutes at a Time

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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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Vince’s Bastard Son: 2007 Gooker Award Winner

8 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

7 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

4 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

12 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

11 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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