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!

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Someone Bought This: WCW Monday Nitro Golf Shirt

12 Submitted by on Sat, 25 May 2013, 23:14
While cruising around The Internet Archives’ Wayback Machine, I came across the WCWwrestling.com store as it appeared in 1997. It featured this WCW Monday Nitro Golf polo shirt. Look; I know Golf shirts and clothes in general have a reputation for being pretty ugly, but this is particularly bad. It looks like some kind of funky, awful Neapolitan ice cream with that Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Disco Inferno’s Disco Duck

3 Submitted by on Sat, 25 May 2013, 22:54
Crapper Cameron Archer submitted this video and writes: Submitted entirely for the Disqo Duck, although I believe this is when Disco Inferno (sorry, DISQO in his hip-hop phase) and Alex Wright solidified the Boogie Knights team. Also, how is that chairshot near the top of the ladder effective? I know there are people on the bottom and sandwiched between it…wait, I’m Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Bret Hart in a rap video

6 Submitted by on Sat, 25 May 2013, 15:11
Crapper E-Squared sent this music video in and writes: This music video consists of two songs from Canadian rap group, Rascalz. Cut to 1:55 for “Sharpshooter” and you will see Bret Hart appear. He had his “Best there is” quote in the song. A little sidenote, this song was also on the soundtrack to “Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows.” Well… Continue Reading...
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Rewriting The Book: What if … Bret Hart left WWF on good terms in 1997? (Part I)

10 Submitted by on Fri, 24 May 2013, 19:55
Rewriting the Book By C.G. Scum   “What if Bret Hart left the WWF on “agreeable” terms in November of 1997 as he headed off to WCW?”   Part I   Without question, one of the most talked about and debated incidents in the history of professional wrestling is the now infamous “Montreal Screwjob,” which took place during the WWF Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Gremlins face their biggest challenge yet, brother!

5 Submitted by on Fri, 24 May 2013, 14:17
Crapper Sean Bateman sent this in and writes: Hogan is a god awful sequel that Vince didn’t have his name as Executive Producer? Get Mrs. Deal on the phone!!!! Um, Mrs. Deal? Anyway, I love Gremlins 2 even more than the first one. It’s such cheesy fun. The VHS version doesn’t feature this Hogan scene (because it wouldn’t make sense Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Coliseum Video t-shirt from Barber Shop Window

4 Submitted by on Fri, 24 May 2013, 11:13
Our good buddies and good pals at Barber Shop Window have all sorts of funny, creative, and unique wrestling-related t-shirts, but this Coliseum Video t-shirt in particular caught my attention. How cool (and nerdy) is that? I just love how obscure it is because a good 99% of the people who see you wearing it will have no idea what Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Stone Cold Steve Austin and D-Lo Brown 1-800-COLLECT commercial

14 Submitted by on Thu, 23 May 2013, 22:42
Crapper Paul S. submitted this commercial and writes: I don’t know if you ever did this one. I love that the whole premise of the commercial is built around Austin being unprofessional in the ring. Oh yeah and remember what life was like before everyone had mobile phones, and having to awkwardly spell 1-800-Collect on a payphone was actually a Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Konnan’s stupid music video, and Disco Inferno’s response

11 Submitted by on Thu, 23 May 2013, 12:13
In January of 1999, Konnan (AKA: Konan, AKA: K-Dawg, AKA: The Wannabe Gangsta) debuted his stupid “Bow Wow Wow” video on WCW Monday Nitro to promote the WCW Mayhem: The Music album which featured the song. It featured rapper “Mad One” (who?). They played it over and over and over and over again in the following weeks. Thankfully, Disco Inferno responded with Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Some guy debuts on WWF TV- Rocky Melvin or something…

14 Submitted by on Wed, 22 May 2013, 22:37
This is “The Blue Chipper” Rocky Maivia’s debut on WWF TV in an interview segment from Monday Night Raw on November 11th, 1996- just 6 days before his in-ring debut at the Survivor Series. He debuted as an always-smiling “3rd Generation Superstar” baby face who didn’t have much of a definable gimmick and cut very bland promos. Fans soon tired Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Vader/Dungeon Of Doom vignette

9 Submitted by on Tue, 21 May 2013, 18:41
Crapper Paul S. sent in this clip of  a Dungeon Of Doom vignette featuring Vader and writes: Things I learned from this… 1. Vadar should cut more promos while wearing his badass helmet. 2. Vadar has the power to teleport! 3. WCW really should have sold “Vader Roadkill Tour ’95” T-shirts.   Vader in The Dungeon of Doom/Taskmaster Kevin… by TSteck160 Continue Reading...
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WrestleCrap Power Crappings, Week XVIII

14 Submitted by on Tue, 21 May 2013, 15:21
Once again, WrestleCrap is back with its brand new, weekly interaction, in which Our Loyal Crappers decide what the worst in wrestling was for the past week. They can choose gimmicks, storylines, news stories, or anything else that constitutes “Crap”, and the votes are tallied in order to determine the WORST in wrestling…..at least for this week! 1. John Cena Continue Reading...
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Headlies: JTG Hiding From WWE Officials To Avoid Being Future Endeavored

15 Submitted by on Tue, 21 May 2013, 09:00
Kansas City, MO – Current WWE Superstar JTG has spent the past few days avoiding several WWE officials in an effort to keep his job with the company. Once one-half of the tag-team Cryme Tyme, the seldom-used wrestler has managed to stay on the company payroll despite lacking any sort of push or character growth. This past Friday saw several Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: John Tenta is not a fish!

5 Submitted by on Tue, 21 May 2013, 00:00
John “Earthquake/Avalanche/Shark” Tenta finally sheds all of the stupid gimmicks WCW had branded him with, and decides to wrestle under his own name. It’s probably the most memorable thing he did during his entire run in WCW, and I think it’s a great little moment for John. I’d like to think that it was his idea to say the “I’m not a Continue Reading...
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[VOTE] WrestleCrap Power Crappings Week XVIII

14 Submitted by on Mon, 20 May 2013, 15:38
-Choose five (5) of the nominees below (or if you have another nominee in mind, you can add that to your list) -In an e-mail to Justin Henry (wrestlecrapjrh@gmail.com), rank your five selections from the worst (in your opinion) to least-worst. (NOTE: we’ll soon be working on an interface to make this more convenient. Sorry that copying and pasting is Continue Reading...
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Induction: The Great Fall of Angle: How Did He Avoid a Broken Freakin’ Everything?

44 Submitted by on Sun, 19 May 2013, 07:00
WWE, 2004 The story of this week’s induction begins with the 2004 WWE Draft, which somehow saw Smackdown General Manager Paul Heyman drafted to Raw and then promptly quit. Kurt Angle was then selected to fill the always-fresh, never-clichéd role of heel authority figure. Kurt’s first order of business was nixing Triple H’s move to Smackdown just 24 real-world hours Continue Reading...
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