About: Art0Donnell

A wrestling fan ever since the days of Wrestlemania IX, Art graduated from college in the same building where Art Donovan called King of the Ring 1994. He also runs the "How Much Does This Guy Weigh?" blog, where he reviews New Generation-Era Monday Night Raws. Follow him on Twitter @Art0Donnell. Email at: art@wrestlecrap.com

Recent Posts by Art0Donnell

Induction: Macho Man’s Poop Problems – Too Hot to Handle, Too Brown to Drown

50 Submitted by on Thu, 23 July 2015, 20:19
WCW, 1999 It’s safe to say that the Randy Savage of 1999 was not the same Macho Man wrestling fans remembered from the 80s or even the early 90s. Now substantially bulkier for reasons I won’t speculate about, this Randy Savage was no longer a high-flyer. Instead of Miss Elizabeth at his side, Macho Man now had a three-woman entourage Continue Reading...
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Induction: The Outsiders vs. Adult Film Stars – Hall & Nash’s Biggest Opponent…In Two Ways!

36 Submitted by on Thu, 09 July 2015, 20:18
WCW, 1999 When head writers Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara jumped from the WWF to WCW in the fall of 1999, many expected big changes for WCW and its fortunes. For the masterminds behind the Attitude Era, what WCW needed more than new stars was sex, sex, sex. Not content with just infusing sexual content into the storylines and characters Continue Reading...
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Induction: Tough Enough 2011 – Developmental Disorder

53 Submitted by on Thu, 25 June 2015, 20:00
WWE, 2011 By the time you read this, the cast of the new Tough Enough will have been selected, the first episode will have aired, and Hank will have been eliminated. The abysmal success rate of Tough Enough over the years should be a hint that the whole Tough Enough format — where WWE picks a handful of youngsters with Continue Reading...
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Induction: Shotgun Saturday Night from NYC – It put the “sex” back in, “This show only lasted sex weeks.”

52 Submitted by on Thu, 11 June 2015, 20:15
WWF, 1997 It’s rare for WWE to create a television program that stands out from all its other content. ECW on Sci-Fi was basically just Smackdown filmed from a different angle, Smackdown these days is simply Raw: The Director’s Cut, and the fifth season of NXT played out like episodes of Raw, with the roster of Superstars, written as if Continue Reading...
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