WCR Video: Midnight Rose and Mr Fitness II - My Sacrifice

Remember back in the early 00's when the WWF...oops...I mean "WWE" put out those "Desire" video packages of various superstars such as Steve Austin, Edge and The Undertaker ? Well in a parody that's about 15 years too late, Wrestlecrap Radio's The Midnight Rose and Mr. Fitness II now finally get their careers set to "My Sacrifice" by Creed in this WCR Video:

(Video by Blade Braxton)

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WCR Video: Song: "He Ain't Jeffrey, He's My Brother Nero"

On episode #260 of Wrestlecrap Radio, RD and Blade did a second-by-second breakdown of the insane...crazy (whatever?) YouTube clip starring "Broken" Matt Hardy and Jeffrey "Brother Nero" Hardy. Sean Breeding from The Intestinal Fortitude did a fantastic job in syncing the video with RD and Blade's commentary...But where is Blade Braxton's song parody of  "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by The Hollies, you ask? I don't know, but I decided to upload the song on Youtube another video upload site and make it into this music video. So, to steal a quote from Mike Check, here's "He Ain't Jeffrey, He's My Brother Nero" by Blade Braxton here on...THE WHACKER!

(Video by R.V.M Kai)

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260 Throwing Babies: June 3, 2016

"I'm crazy but you're insane???
Isn't that what you SAYED???"
63 minutes

(by R.V.M Kai)

In the third installment of Wrestlecrap Radio of 2016, RD and Blade dust off the Tin-Can-And-String to do an (emergency) hour-long second-by-second recap of a TNA Impact Wrestling YouTube clip starring "Broken" Matt Hardy and Jeff "Brother Nero" Hardy.

As you know, for the two of you that have been following TNA this year [that number's way too high - PB], Jeff has been feuding with his brother Matt, who since suffering a storyline head injury had now gone "insane" (or "crazy"? What's the difference?), dyed his hair to look like Pepé Le Pew, and started speaking in a Shakespearean sort of "dramatic" tone [Matt Hardy became the "King Tut" of TNA. Its a "Batman '66" reference go look it up. - Raging_Demons.] [Edit: Is that so? I hope that doesn't mean that Jeff will resort to dancing the BATUSI to beat Matt at Slammiversay? - R.V.M Kai.] So, as shown on the recent episode on Impact Wrestling, Jeff rides all the way (just down the road) to Matt's "humble abode" to sign the contract to their grudge match at TNA Slammiversary 2016...but not before Matt's wife, Reby Sky, enters and throws...


...A BABY???

(Note: For an enhanced experience, we recommend listening to the mp3 link at the top of the page while watching the video clip below.)

(Note Note: You'll also be required to pause and rewind the clip several times as RD & Blade make a 5 minute video feel like six one hour long.)

(Note Note Note: "GO!!!")

Blade then sings a song to the tune of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by The Hollies. (:59)

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Courtesy of Sean Breeding and our fine fellows at The Intestinal Fortitude, a combined and synced version of the above events. Cut out the middle Fruitcake(s) and enjoy this fine and interactive submission for your approval!


The parody videos have started after the airing of "The Comedic Tragedy of Broken Matt vs Brother Nero". Watch as EC3, Titus O'Neal, and Eli Drake make fun of the video. --Raging_Demons

And now, for (another) something completely different.

With the bi-annual updating of the longest running radio wrestling podcast in the history of the entire known multiverses causing Mike Check to have some...fascinating misadventures, regular updates about the wrestling progrem (besides good old flashbacks and reminiscences; of which you can hopefully see a few below on the very page you're reading this) are quite rare, if ever. I mean, how would we know about how the characters and callers-in are doing (if RD & Blade are able to get around to voicing them)?

One point of mystery in particular; RD as the so-called Stewart Patrick Stewart, he of the Pontiac shilling and leaving nows. The whole thing is basically a very stretched 'joke' in the loosest sense of the word based on the real Captain Picard/Professor X/Neo-Nazi leader (if you haven't yet seen Green Room then what are you waiting for? One of the best horror movies of the year by far, and I'm not the biggest fan of them) voicing over some Pontiac car commercials during the 90's back when Pontiac, car commercials, and Pontiac car commercials were still a thing. Sadly, besides he now doing some ads for another car-related company (alongside his fellow Enterprise rival being the Priceline Negotiator), I always thought he was the only Enterprise-D flag officer doing such a thing.


"The Temporal Prime Directive can kiss my ass!"

Yes, that is indeed Jonathan Frakes, IN CHARACTER as Commander William Thomas Riker, on the ACTUAL Enterprise-D Bridge set, doing a corporate commercial for enterprise automation solutions (...get it???) from Boole & Babbage, a systems management company now owned by the mega-corporation BMC. This was actually part of a multi-year deal done between B&B (not Berman & Braga thankfully) and Paramount, also during the heyday of The Next Generation, to use Star Trek licensing as part of their marketing and advertising, and of which Frakes was more than happy to be a part of.

Sadly while there is a lot of mentioning of "data" Brent Spiner does not make a cameo appearance, marketing deal related or otherwise. Though to make up for it, this is one of the few (albeit in the 90's) times where using Cleveland in a business related sense could actually be taken seriously. Perhaps in the 24th century both Cleveland and Detroit are the financial centers of the UFP.

Knowing and seeing this, it's a wonder if Frakes Jon doesn't become a WWCR character in 2020.

However I sincerely hope and pray to the Emperor his catchphrase is NOT "I'm coming now." Save that sort of stuff for Risa, pal!

WCW Video: Song: We Are Wrestlecrap Radio

The "number 1" song from Casey Kasem's Top 10 Wrestlecrap Radio Countdown, as featured on WCR's 2016 April fool's episode #259, was: "We Are Wrestlecrap Radio" by W.C.R. for 12 Listeners (a parody of "We Are The World" by U.S.A. For Africa). And now you can watch the video right here on...THE WHACKER!!

(Video by R.V.M Kai)

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