268 The Last Podcast: December 24, 2017

Get some 'Meat Ornaments' for
your 'Bald Cypress' this Xmas!
111 minutes

Huey has some of the Christmas spirit in him too.

Blade will try anything alcoholic, including eggnog. He doesn't like the term 'alcoholic drinks' for some reason. RD likes the concept of eggnog but not actually having it. He may reconsider it now. Blade enables him.

RD wants Blade to entertain the people while drunk on his best behavior rather than just pausing or editing recording to do so. He flails wildly. (:06)

Blade's Big Announcement: He has no Big Announcement to make. You'd have a better chance with making your appointment with Godot. (:07)

RD found some Evan Williams eggnog in the meantime. Both just want to see the year end and fast.

RD: "You know what else the show is built on?"
Blade: "The bones of an Englishman?"

The duo remember Santa Claus Conquers The Martians and how the Earth "progrems" confuse the Mars children. (:13) RD shills his Patreon some more. Help out the site and get a new progrem at least once a month!...You know, like they used to do before. RD looks at this fine young egg site some more to check on episode recordings. They have only done four (4) this year.

RD has pity on me for some reason. Big mistake. I'm also not sure where he is getting the idea that we are 'supporting' him out. What is this mythical support that you speak of here? (:19) He asks those supporting the campaign to also support here as well for some reason. Blade wants to produce more regular content than an old X-Men comic. That's somewhat too high a mark. Why not the Fantastic Four?

RD can't chug his four ounces of eggnog much to Blade's amusement. (:21) "If I was drunk I couldn't tell you the story I'm about to tell you," he says. Blade rambles in response.

RD wears a big and long Santa hat on Black Friday. This doesn't summon Popeye for some reason. (:26) At Target three female elfish carolers looked annoyed at him and were generally upset at people cutting in line while they were buying Lifesavers.

Blade wants RD to get a Baron Von Raschke claw sculpture for his brother. (:34) RD marvels at its multi-use. Blade thinks he could use it for when he goes to the bathroom, although he prefers Lance Von Erich's steel iron claw.

Blade has Mr. Fitness 2 shirts for sale. (:44) The "Santa Rose" tried to give soap to some nice children the other day. Surprisingly they didn't want anything to do with it.

A rather subdued Jim calls out of the blue. (:46) He hasn't been on recently due to disputing on his 'royalty checks' and...well...the real life wife sadly passing on during the year. Needless to say making any jokes about her and Johnny Age messing around on a moist skateboard would be beyond Blade's levels of tastelesness, even if they had more than one episode in the past five years or so with Jim's involvement.

Jim: "I know who I am damnit, stop interruptin' me."

Anyway, this Jim is currently making "handmade Christmas ornaments" made from carving expired steaks. RD mercilessly needles him on this. "Go fluff yourself!" Jim farewells.

Speaking of Patreon Tammy has already left it. (:53) Apparently she fell victim to a common practice on there: admittedly ruthless vandal freeloaders sign on to someone's page, get as much stuff as they can download, then quickly cancel their subscription before they get billed on the 1st of the month. Some smart folks have ways to combat this like only providing content after confirmed support through another site or hosting platform or behind a password (...from what I have heard). Unfortunately Tammy was not one of those smart folks. This can also be evidenced by her random Twitter thing (in between automated updates for her other/older site with her content) in which she mentions such a thing...only to have 9 out of 10 comments mocking her for this.

In any case, RIP Tammy Sytch's Patreon attempt, October 2017 - December 2017.

"12th Listener" Nikolai T. Nelson has a Question about Christmas Creatures Cereal. RD is temporarily stopped by laughter by Blade thinking it would taste like "burnt pee pee". (:57)

Mike Check calls in live remoting from a Christmas tree lot while trying to sell trees. (:59) This reminds him of something his great grandfather Jack would do. He puts up some Red Simpson as he makes a rather quick exit after only seven minutes.

January is a wasteland for holidays after the mayday of December, so RD has to entertain himself with the month's Royal Rumble. (:67) This leads the two to discuss female wrestlers for some reason.

RD can't say much on Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, but he shares my same opinion on that we are both ambivalent on it. Shockingly Blade agrees with the both of us. (:75) Even more shockingly, he watched it sober.

Not getting drawn in by some of the video game like sequences in there, he feels the universe's legacy is not being passed down as it should to newer hands. This includes his random analogy of a "20 year old girl named Sue" going to Black Friday. This also includes his Star Wars Opinion Sean Connery impression according to RD. I don't know. It sounds more like Sean Connery as Yoda to me. (It also reminds me of when he passed on playing Gandalf to appear in The League Of Extraordinary Gentleman, an experience so much better it made him retire.)

Yet another analogy to Disney being the Dark Side made RD laugh out loud.

RD was fine with the story having a cliffhanger, until it kept continuing on past that. The duo agree that poor Luke Skywalker should have been handled better though. Blade just takes the easy option of using his personal canon which leaves out the stuff he doesn't like. As anyone should. It's not like these stories actually happened (a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away).

In any event though, at least it fared MUCH better than the hilariously awful Justice League. "You can't save the world alone?" Bah! Mark Hamill's already done it. Repeatedly too. In my personal canon he probably called WB/DC to playfully gloat at them as the Joker. An ACTUAL Joker, mind you, accept no substitutions.

SPEAKING OF saving the world (*ahem*)
Important to note:
1. This game and series has had far more of a cultural impact than JL could ever hope to achieve.
2. This came out in 1994.

  • Jordan Mishkin sent RD a WCW Glacier Car. He missed his card which Blade reads on their behalf before RD does.
  • RD got some Herr's pumpkin pie and baked potato chips. Blade got some turkey flavored and buffalo flavored ones. Blade likes the taste. RD feels woozy.
  • RD got a (Stewart Patrick as) Jean-Luc Picard action figure. Blade got Meng.
  • Both got some WCW trading cards. RD tried texting and failing to send Blade a picture of (regular) JR. RD's mythic rare card is El Gigante. Blade's is Michael Wallstreet.
  • Both got some 1991 Fleer football cards.
  • I had sent them another ZZ Top album, Recycler this time. Now I have to figure out what other albums to send them both now. That is a challenge in and of itself to be sure.
  • RD only sent his Co-Christmas-Fruitcake one gift of a Blockbuster Video shirt from the 90s.
  • Blade sent RD his Survivor Series shirt back. I better hope he washed it first before sending.

A Seventeen Syllable Gift/Seventeen Syllables Of Joy:
It's The Last Jedi.
Not the best Star Wars movie.
More like Last Meh-di.

RD: "How many years have we been doing this show?"
Blade: "Too long."

$0.50 : $31.00 plus that $19.99 The Price Is Right 
Facts & Figures (as compiled by Erik Majorwitz)


  • Black Friday
  • Christmas
  • WrestleCrap Radio Sponsors: 3. Patreon, WrestleCrapRadio.com, MWEProWrestling.com
  • URLs not taken: 1. Burntpeepee.com
  • SPEAKING OFs: 3. Disasters, not enjoyable at all, singeing hair
  • Dave Meltzer, not talking about: 0.
  • Phone Calls & Run Ins: 6. Premier Blah, Jim, Mike Check, C-3PO, R2-D2, Mike Check (2)
  • F-Bombs: 1. Jim
  • Blade Time Outs: 1
  • Blade Burps: 1
  • Robot Reindeer Laughs: 5
  • Huey The Ghoul Laughs: 1

  • Question of the Week from: Nikolai T. Nelson
    • We all know of Kane’s former gimmick the Kristmas Kreature and we also love the Monster cereals at Halloween, so how would Kristmas Kreature cereal look and taste?  Burnt.
  • Blade Braxton’s Weekly Wrestling Haiku: Jar Jar Blade doesn’t like the latest Disney episode:
    It's The Last Jedi.
    Not the best Star Wars movie.
    More like Last Meh-di.

WCR Video: Minisode Flashback #089: Khali Claus

It's Christmas, so the featured WCR Video today is...well actually it's the New Years episode of Wrestlecrap Radio from January 4, 2008 (Episode #89). But anyway, this progrem featured (other than RD Reynolds' Christmas present, Johnny Six, constantly cleaning the house and RD and Blade Braxton singing Motley Crue's "Dr. Feelgood") a parody of the theme to "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" with The Great Khaili's voice dubbed in. So please enjoy, won't you?

So from us at wrestlecrapradio.com; Merry Christmas and...

(Video by Angrymarks.com)

..."Hooray for KHALI Claus"!

(On a side note: Khaili has also been currently teaching Mike Check a lesson by giving him the Christmas gift of Jillian Hall's Christmas album, "Jingle With Jillian", and forcing him to play the whole thing over on THE MIKE CHECK SHOW! Listener discretion is advised!)

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives and here for more WCR Minisodes

WCR Video: A Tribute To Gay Popeye

Well blow me...................

.......DOWN! Ah gyuk gyuk gyuk!

And once again, no, Wrestlecrap Radio's Gay Popeye is not in fact "sick"...although Mike Check probably hopes that he was since he requested The Mike Check Show play "Back Door Santa" for him today ...And by "Back Door Santa", I'm guessing that he's not necessarily talking about wanting Mike to play the Clarence Carter song? But anyway, here's a video tribute to Gay Popeye as created by, one of WCR's 12 listeners, LannysPermJuice:

...And also be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Minisode #128: Eat It, Eat It Now!

It's Black Friday kids! And that means that many stores across the U.S are filled with crazies looking for a bargain. And speaking of "crazies", in 2011, (on Wrestlecrap Radio episode #128) RD Reynolds told another story of his annual Black Friday experiences where he was in fear of his life from hillbilly shoppers who couldn't wait to rip open wrapped up pallets at Wal-Mart. He also encountered a Grizzly Adams/Mike Knox type with a knife and later witnessed more frustrated people jamming shopping carts into each other!

Also featured on this Minisode: RD and Blade discuss Dr. D. David Schultz Wrestlecrap.com induction. A NSFW Image Search involving 'Tammy Sytch eggs'??? And Angry Jim has Doc pull bones out of hams!

And in other news: Will Mike Check have to 'fear for his life' when "Deebo" from "Friday" rides past his house?

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives and here for more WCR Minisodes!

And now, a word for our non-sponsoring sponsor.

WrestleCrap is now on Patreon.

(You'd think they could get their own URL for it though.)

"WrestleCrap is creating Laughs About the Worst of Pro Wrestling."

Let us hope those laughs sound like Krankor's.

Anyway, do give them a look and potentially your support, even if for only a dollar or two. Blade needs the money to make the Midnight Rose look good. 

This has been a word for our non-sponsoring sponsor.

WCR Video: A Tribute To Don... Don Mason

No...don't cue the sad news music, Blade's friend Don Mason (and yes I'm talking about Don...Don Mason) is not "sick"...well, not in "that sense"? But since the "uncharismatic enigma" recently made a rare appearance on Wrestlecrap Radio, it's now time for WCR Videos to bring you a tribute video that would bring a tear to a glass eye. So get out the "Corn Oil" and the "Reddi Wip", because here's a collection of Don's most "un-enigmatic" moments as told by Blade Braxton:

(Created by one of Wrestlecrap Radio's 12 listeners; LannysPermJuice)

...Fascinating. And if that wasn't inappropriate enough, here's a BONUS clip of Don...Don Mason's name being dubbed over the theme song of a "1970's blacksploitation movie"....I'll just leave it here:

(Video Title: "They Call Him Don... Don Mason" by LannysPermJuice)

And also be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

267 Trunk-Or-Treat: October 30, 2017

Tastes just like it looks
68 minutes

RD found some new material of Huey's laughter.

Blade has a one year span memory. He thanks RD for his sense of "continuity". I hope it is better than Blade's chemistry knowledge and following recording schedules.

Blade is already tired from all the recent partying but the Midnight Rose is still able to give candy to children at a "Trunk-Or-Treat" at a 'vague' location. RD finds those rather concerning: "That's always like a drug deal, right?" This is Piper's cue to warn about idiots in cars. (:06)

RD is still preparing his Patreon. I assume one of the sponsorship rewards is getting a Big Announcement. (:10) He once considered having a Chinese TNA correspondent, most likely named Po Lan / Lan Po or something like that.

Also you know you're getting up there when you randomly come across an episode of the (new) TMNT and can easily recognize that the episode's villain of the week, an ancient Chinese spirit, is in fact voiced by James Hong. Then again it did also feature three (captured) goons in some very familiar attire from that movie too so...

Don took a Trip to Taco Bell and calls in to talk about it in a very energetic tone of voice. (:13) (He hadn't yet gone to the one house in the neighborhood which always provided some sort of liquor for adult trick-or-treaters.) His children made him try some pink liquid urinal cake Gatorade pink lemonade which surprisingly tasted pretty good. Blade once saw some Don branded urinal mats during his travels. RD mocks them for knowing how urinal cakes taste, despite anyone with any knowledge of non Blade-style chemistry would know that the smell and taste glands are almost very similar. You can definitely 'taste' something if it smells strongly enough.

After Don leaves with his music, Blade randomly remembers being attacked by bees while recording while drunk. Those things have to be related. He also remembers the time he saw someone use an ice cream scooper to scoop meat at another Taco Bell. He also misses old smells while he meta times out.

Sad News: RD and Blade have varying definitions of loyalty.

Also Taryn Terrell was future endeavored. (:25)

Tony Schiavone has left Starbucks, possibly to return to wrestling. RD wants David Crockett to also return to commentate with him. He also misses Halloween Havoc and all the bad mess it brought with it. Blade used to watch wrestling recorded on old EPs.

The Miz and Maryse are expecting a girl. (:35) Blade temporarily stumbles on what "kind" of baby it would be.

Blade re-listens to Piper's tips to figure out what exactly is required of a trick-or-treater.

Blade: "What do you think Tammy's dressing up as?"
RD: "Bacon and eggs." (:41)

According to Blade WWCR goes over the same material again and again. Apparently this is news. This ties into Coke Classic for some reason.

SPEAKING OF Patreon Tammy's already been on it for a month, though she hasn't updated the thing in two weeks. You can...guess...what kind of material she has to offer. RD attempts to read it in his best Jeff Foxworthy impression before he becomes strangely fixated on what's on his finger.

Blade had to go back to Facebook to find people and their Questions. (:50) Criss Rogers wants to know how much a Piper's Bunch would be. He had four children but Blade thinks it's six.

Blade would consider running The Swinging Full Nelson Podcast in honor of Ken Patera. (:55) WWE also future endeavored three wrestlers just recently. RD wants them to rehire Bill Eadie to shout-deliver future endeavors. Blade randomly interjects to mention Mickie James, as you do. To shut him up RD replays his time with Piper. (:61)

Hulk Hogan and his one-time hanging on lackey friend Ed Leslie are Twitter feuding over the latter's writing of a tell-all.

Seventeen syllables of goodness:
Hulk with Beefcake's wife.
She wants pythons not haircuts.
Struttin' and Sluttin'.

$0.50 : $30.50 plus that $19.99 The Price Is Right
Facts & Figures (as compiled by Erik Majorwitz)


  • Halloween
  • WrestleCrap Radio Sponsors: 3. Drive In Movie Maniacs, WrestleCrapRadio.com, WrestleCrap.com
  • URLs not taken: 2. LiquidUrinalCakes.com, StingOnStilts.com
  • SPEAKING OFs: 6. Handing out candy to underprivileged children, ghosts, someone that was a father, pleasing, dropping (2).
  • Dave Meltzer, not talking about: 0.
  • Phone Calls & Run Ins: 1. Don
  • F-Bombs: 1. Blade
  • Blade Time Outs: 8 (1 Real Quick)
  • RD Time Outs: 2
  • Huey The Ghoul Laughs: 3

  • Question of the Week from: Criss Rogers
    • How many kids do you have to have to qualify for bunches of them?  More than 3 or 4.
  • Blade Braxton’s Weekly Wrestling Haiku: Beefcake ain’t cutting it brother!
    Hulk with Beefcake's wife.
    She wants pythons not haircuts.
    Struttin' and Sluttin'.

WCR Video: A Tribute to "Mama Deal"

Sadly we here at wrestlecrapradio.com will not be replaying "Rowdy" Roddy Pipers Halloween Tips for Halloween this year since we have been just informed of the news that wrestlecrap.com's creator and WCR co-host, RD Reynolds' mother has recently passed away. So instead, we thought appropriate to upload "Mama" Deal's guest appearance, on episode #125 of Wrestlecrap Radio, where she discussed with RD and Blade about handing out her Popcorn Ball treats on Halloween (originally played on November 7, 2008).

Our condolences go out to Randy Baer (RD Reynolds) and family for the recent loss of his mother. Rest In Peace.

And to our viewers: Have a Happy Halloween and "Please and Thank Ya" for watching.

266 WeaselCrap Radio: October 21, 2017

12 years later, hopefully the "Hydraulic Lift" & the "wheel chair roll"
won't be part of Kurt Angle's "moveset" after TLC?
AKA Kurt Angle's Re-Moveset

120 minutes

RD managed to find the censor button on his recording machine. This does not stop today's radio progrem from being two fucking hours long.

Kurt Angle is due to wrestle a match. This is a not a repeat from TNA. RD proudly proclaims they have more scoops than anyone in town, including a now rolling in his grave Al Isaacs. Blade thinks the show is viral meningitis. I would say that term is redundant, if it were not true.

It's been seven months since the last recording, enough time for someone to have a premature child according to RD's calculations [Actually, it's been 6 months and 21 days, but I think the Clocktrolla broke down long before we could get an accurate reading? -R.V.M Kai]. This is even longer than the 4 1/2 months taken between the first ending of WWCR to do their TURDBUS show [And to think, in 2011, the period between episodes #199 and #200 seemed so long at the time...but were only 77 days apart? -R.V.M Kai].

Blade makes RD have PTSD flashbacks to the time Mike Check did the Star Wars convention market. (:06)

During their absence Blade went traveling around and lost 50 pounds, getting below 200, while RD has continued to write for the site and helped to open and run an arcade. He gives his Co-Hosss a round of laughter applause.

RD needs sponsors again, not just for the progrem but also for the site. (:13) He's aiming to go on Patreon like many other folks have before him (such as this awesome fellow who I've been happily supporting for quite a long while) to keep WC running. Blade is so low maintenance he only needs $1000 a month to get by. Canadian I'm sure.

:16 RD was once again in the Netherlands for his other work, as well as bringing more food to try. He suggests to always make some space in your luggage for this purpose. Blade has to drink Jack Daniels because soup is too expensive where he is at.

RD: "Kids, do you want Blade Braxton to be in the soup line?"

This time he brought "Deep Ridged Lay's in Sweet Chilli flavor" "spelled with two l's for some reason"...which it should normally be. I think RD can't spell like Blade can't count. The chips are yellow instead of orange on the packaging. He chews loudly and notes they seem "burned" for some reason.

While Blade was in Cannes with the Troma folk (:24) he had roasted chicken chips which taste just like mom used to make. He will order some in time for the next episode in five years' time.

Speaking of food the Faxtrolla announces the arrival of some Obscure Wrestling Food. (:26) Some pizza place in Ottawa, home of Anthem Entertainment, is going to have some sort of "Impact Food" for a couple of days with some funny sounding names. Blade and the Honky Tonk Mailman once found a Sbarro's serving breakfast. He also tried pulled pork tacos for the first time while in Texas. He still prefers chicken while RD prefers beef.

Sheamus is to have a "Celtic Warrior Program" for exercise, sadly not featuring Larry Bird. (:34)

Blade managed to find some bad MIDI version of The Way We Were. He uses it to bring up memories, seeing as he asked people for their favorite obscure progrem memories. This is not a repeat from the last 15 years this has been done before. (:35) RD can't even remember what he had for breakfast this morning.

RD remembers killing Get In The Ring Radio, and interviewing Bill Watts with them before doing so. Blade remembered hearing Chavo Guerrero Classic taking a leak while interviewing with them. He once again teases a Big Announcement. (:44)

[I'd find the links for those if I was more inclined to do so, so I delegate that to my colleagues, assuming they're still around and haven't fled yet. [No, I'm still trapped here...Help! -R.V.M Kai]]

RD wants people to send in both real AND fake memories so that they can test their memories and make a memory game of it it and their "Game Show Trolla" (A GST if you will.)

The HorseTrolla neighs about "Old" Mickie James fighting Alexa Bliss. (:55)

:57 For a change RD plays Tammy's music himself of his own volition. The two texted to each other a lot during their hiatus like competing lovers. Blade: "I've been drinking." Apparently she's come closer to home - WC home, not the Big House home, by randomly posting on the old WC forums, now renamed FAN (Freakin' Awesome Network). She liked the "big giant flying turtle" in the Godzilla franchise...which is Gamera, and a different franchise (one which is really neat and is filled with turtle meat). What, Tammy wrong again? You don't say! Blade had broken Godzilla toys back in his day.

Also she went to an arcade and didn't like it. She definitely didn't go to Rupert's Kids Arcade, which would delight just about anyone attending, I guarantee it!

RD finally knows how to mute himself. (:63)

Instead of answering Questions RD attempts to call a Miss Cyndi for her favorite WWCR moment (the one where RD left early due to Blade having fun with the Katie Vick outfit), only to hit her answering machine. That's pretty much symbolic of the show as a whole. (:67) So they call Zane U Paisley instead. Fortunately after hitting HIS answering machine he manages to call back, although somewhat stymied that they called him at 11 pm while he was in bed. He coaches U12 soccer on weekends you see, so RD goes on about AJ Styles' high kicks. Also he was to be their Co-Hosss Coach back when Blade was still remembering to look for one on the last show. His favorite memory was when he was their Roast drinking beer while the Ratings Reaper was getting creampied. (Ahem.) RD is angry his favorite moment is about himself (well, yes?), so he sends Zane away.

Blade does not have an itinerary because he doesn't have a paper plate on hand for it.

:77 Like many, RD was deeply saddened and heartbroken by the passing of Bobby Heenan, remembering him and the many times he got him through some hard times, of which he pays forward with his own work. They call up a gentleman named Dan who had re-found some portions of his recorded interview made many years back with The Brain hidden away in the Archives, and is rewarded with Blade doing his (non-Rambo) Greg Gagne impression. Dan remembers Blade and his audible beard in the times when he was listening to the show with a bad connection. This causes Blade to break down again. RD: "We don't make great memories any more, no."

RD plays some portions of his recorded interview which was made on actual audio tape. Needless to say, it is recorded in Watergate quality fidelity. (:92 - :101)

Blade remembers when Adrian Adonis joined Heenan's Family in the 80s for some strange reason. RD remembers when he and Monsoon visited Busch Gardens and his actual daughter kicked him in the shins. Blade then remembers the duo messing around at some boxing training camp. RD follows up by remembering them during the time No Holds Barred was sprung on an unsuspecting audience and Monsoon was petitioning the Academy for an Oscar for the Hulkster. Perhaps WWF would have named Ed Leslie as Oscar if they could have.

Back to Kurt Angle once again wrestling in WWE for the first time in over 10 years, RD is forced to remember when he gushed all over his moveset. (:109) The two listen to it again. RD can barely last a minute before (rarely!) self apologizing for audibly boring Blade.

RD maintains that the Haiku is one of Blade's greatest things.

Seventeen easily digestible syllables:
Kurt Angle's moveset.
Twelve very long years later
RD feels randy.

$1.50 : $30.00 plus that $19.99 The Price Is Right
Facts & Figures (as compiled by Erik Majorwitz)


  • 12th Anniversary
  • WrestleCrap Radio Sponsors: 9. Diamond Dan’s Hotline, WrestleCrap.com, Rupert’s Kids Arcade & Party Room, Patreon, Crust and Crate, West-ridge Mall , Purple Stuff Podcast, DinosaurDracula.com, Angry MarksWrestleCrap.com
  • URLs not taken: 0.
  • SPEAKING OFs: 1. Perfect timing.
  • Dave Meltzer, not talking about: 0.
  • Phone Calls & Run Ins: 3. Coach Zane, Dan, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
  • F-Bombs: 5. Blade Braxton (3), Bobby “The Brain” Heenan (2)
  • Blade Time Outs: 6 (3 Real Quick)
  • RD Time Outs: 3 (Wait a minute, 2 Real Quick)
  • RJ Fletcher, Yes Man:  1
  • Weird Al Laughs:  2
  • Krankor Laughs:  1
  • Mama’s Broken Damn Damn Damn Dishes:  2
  • Cricket Chirps:  2
  • WrestleCrap Gongs:  1

  • Question of the Week from: Two words: Train Wreck.
  • Blade Braxton’s Weekly Wrestling Haiku: 12 year pay off on Kurt Angle:
    Kurt Angle's moveset.
    Twelve very long years later
    RD feels randy. 

WCR Video: The "Death" of Stubby (2008)

On the July 11th, 2008 Episode of Wrestlecrap Radio (#111), RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton mourned the loss of everyone's favorite foul-mouthed ventriloquist Hobo Dummy (and 2nd TNA WCR Correspondant), "Stubby", who died after being thrown on a fire at a 4th of July picnic in 2008 by a bored sounding Mrs. Deal.

(Video Title: "WCR Reconstructions: The "Death" of Stubby (07.11.08)" by Greg Diener)

...But don't cry kids. It was revealed almost a year later (on episode #138) that Stubby actually survived and was rescued by beavers thinking that he was stray driftwood...who would have thought that a "beaver" would have liked Stubby's "wood"?

And speaking of deaths...*spoiler alert*...Pennywise, the Clown from the movie "IT" was burst like a balloon today by STAN: The Evil Troll Lord's son "Damien" over on The Mike Check Show's "Halloween Hootanany"! For those who don't know, Damien has been terrorizing Mike Check as revenge for his father being banned from KMCR back in April. But...if  "Murder Was The Case" for the evil clown, and since Mike Check is apparently scared of clowns, isn't Damien actually doing Mike Check a favor???

...Anyway, also be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Interactive: Phil Collins VS The Ultimate Warrior

In 2006, WrestleCrap.com had unearthed the most bizarre match in wrestling history: "The Ultimate Warrior" versus former Genesis front man "Phil Collins". This was also probably the first time that RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton did commentary on a YouTube video before the WCR Interactives actually became a re-occurring segment on Wrestlecrap Radio in 2008.

The Video with commentary:

(Video Title: "Phil Collins versus Ultimate Warrior - WrestleCrap" by RD Reynolds)

The Original Video:

(Video Title: "Ultimate Warrior versus Phil Collins" uploaded by RD Reynolds)

And after watching this video, it's possible that you'll be left with more questions than answers, like:
  • Who's idea was it to film Ultimate Warrior and Phil Collins in a ring in the first place?
  • Why would Phil actually choose to wear that ridiculous looking head gear with the love hearts on it?
  • Does dancing badly to the song "Two Hearts" lead to "Destrucity"?
  • Why didn't Gilbert Gottfried receive a "Warrior Award" for being dragged into this?
  • Why does my heard hurt right now?

...Well, these questions will probably never have any resemblance of a reasonable explanation? But perhaps it would have been better if they had listened to Gilbert Gottfried opinion at the end of the video before making it?

(Edit: As I later found out on Brain Zane's "Wrestling With Wregret" YouTube show; this video was actually a sketch from a 1990 TV special titled: "Seriously... Phil Collins")...seriously?

...Oh, and speaking of "Phil Collins"; "The Mike Check Show" is currently playing "Something Happened On The Way To Heaven" today! (Cheap plug!) And also be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives! (another cheap plug!)

WCR Video: The Downfall of RD Reynolds (A "Hitler Reacts To..." Parody)

Back in 2006 there were a series of parody-subtitled videos on the Internet, based on a scene from the 2004 film "Downfall", that featured (an actor portraying) Adolf Hitler getting upset over topical events and trivial gossip. One of Wrestlecrap Radio's 12 listeners, LannysPermJuice, joined in on the "Hitler reacts to..." meme bandwagon and subtitled the clip with Hitler reenacting the infamous "The Gillman Incident", which was time when RD Reynolds was furious at Blade Braxton on WCR for going on tangents and making episode #103 feel "six ____ hours long"!

(Video by LannysPermJuice)

And over on The Mike Check Show, you can see another "Hitler" related parody, this time by comedian Mel Brooks doing "The Hitler Rap" from the soundtrack to 1983 film "To Be or Not to Be"!

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Blade Interviews Loverboy's Mike Reno

On the August 28, 2009 edition of Wrestlecrap Radio (episode #155), Blade Braxton plays a clip of his brief interview with Mike Reno from 1980's rock band Loverboy. How did this happen? Well, Blade went to see Loverboy in concert, and with his PressTrolla pass, he was allowed backstage to ask the man about his...favorite breakfast cereal?

(Video by J Freek)

...Well? I guess that sounds better than "Reddi-Wip"?

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives! And for more "Loverboy", please visit The Mike Check Show as he's now playing Loverby's song "Dangerous" over on...THE MACKER!

WCR Video: Nintendo John on WCR

With John Cena making his WWE PPV return at Battleground, today's WCR Video (or videos) will focus on Wrestlecrap Radio's parody of the Doctor of Thug(NES)anomics; Nintendo John. In 2010, Cena debuted a new T-Shirt that was styled after a Nintendo NES game which inspired RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton to debut a new character on WCR (episode #165) who "Can't see Wii!" because he really loves The NINTENDOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! (CHEERS!)

(Video Title: WCR Reconstructions: Nintendo John's Debut (01.15.10) by Greg Diener)

And unlike another one of WWE's "poopy" future T-Shirt ideas, Nintendo John became a reoccurring character and even called the show a few episodes later (on Wrestlecrap Radio episode #168) when he found out that Blade was selling his copy "Stadium Events" on eBay for $9,400...which is a rare NES game ON THE NINTENDOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! (CHEERS!)

(Video Title: "WCR Reconstructions: Blade Sells Stadium Events (03.05.10)" by Greg Diener)

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!


WCR Video: RD Reynolds Dreams of Brooke Hogan

Was it a dream or did Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke make a cameo on last month's Netflix series GLOW?

[*...5 and a half hours of binge watching later*]

Maybe it was a dream?...Wait! Let's check the trusty "Internet"...

[*...5 and a half seconds later*]

...Okay, according to Wikipedia, Brooke Hogan played night club manager Amber Fredrickson in episode 8?

Oh there she is?...AAGGHH!!!
..........Well, speaking of "Dreaming Nightmares of Brooke Hogan", here's a video put together by one of Wrestlecrap Radio's 12 listeners, LannysPermJuice, of RD Reynolds' dream analysis (from WCR episode #7) set to music (more specifically; "Those Good Old Dreams" by The Carpenters...which you can also hear on The Mike Check Show!) and some wacky Photoshops.

WARNING! The following Photoshops my disturb some viewers everybody!

(Video by LannysPermJuice)

...As Mike Check would say; "Fascinating". Well, it could have been worse, at least there wasn't a Photoshop of Brooke's mother Linda lactating or.........THIS!


...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Interactive: Crockin’ Robin

It's the 4th of July kids! And what a better way to celebrate than to listen to, former WWF Women's Champion, Rockin’ Robin's rendition of "America the Beautiful" from Wrestlemania V, with added commentary from the ......."brother-hood" of Wrestlecrap Radio, RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton (from episode #158)!

(Video created by FSinWCR, Re-uploaded by rvmkai)

And, since we have to promote The Mike Check Show now that we here at wrestlecrapradio.com own it again, head over there to hear Rockin’ Robin's rendition of "America the Beautiful" in full...you'll wish you didn't!

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Interactive (2009): Wrestlicious Demo

With next fortnight's debut of the new Netflix series "GLOW", a TV program based on the 1980s all female wrestling promotion of the same name, WCR Videos presents RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton's (from Wrestlecrap Radio episode #142) commentary of the teaser trailer to then then upcoming "Wrestlicious" series (...another all-female wresting promotion, which, I guess, was supposed to be the 2009 "re-imagining" of GLOW?):

(WCR Interactive (2009): Wrestlicious Demo by R.V.M Kai)

And make sure to come back...right here! (on wrestlecrapradio.com!) in two weeks when WCR Videos will present RD and Blade doing their brand of commentary on the entire Wrestlicious' debut episode!

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives

WCR Video: Interactive (2009): Crappy Days

A couple of months ago, TV actress 'Erin Moran', who played Joanie Cunningham on 1970's sitcom "Happy Days", sadly passed away. So today, WCR Videos presents the time when RD and Blade did their brand of commentary (on Wrestlecrap Radio episode #148) on Happy Days' opening theme song:

(WCR Interactive (2009): Crappy Days by R.V.M Kai)

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!!

WCR Video: Cartoon: RD Reynolds sings "Candy? (You're A Fine Girl)"

Here's a cartoon I made a few years ago using goanimate.com with RD Reynolds singing Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) by Looking Glass (...although he changes the title to "Candy", for Wrestlecrap Radio Halloween episode #81, for some reason?).

(Video Title: "RD Reynolds Karaoke 2" by R.V.M Kai)

And speaking of the song "Brandy", did you know that it's one of the songs featured on The Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 soundtrack? ...And speaking of speaking of that: today over at The Mike Check Show (...and I don't know why I'm even bothering to promote them since we at wrestlecrapradio.com are supposed to be free of Mike and his idiot daughter), it seems that former WWE superstar Dave Batista (who also plays Drax: The Destroyer...sadly not "Dave Bistro") is forcibly requesting Mike Check to play random songs from both Volumes 1 and 2 of his film's soundtracks for the next couple of weeks.

...And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives! And for more Cartoons click here

The Mike Check Show: 6(66) YEARS OF WHACKIN'! (April 2017)

*(NOTE: For more MIKE CHECK SHOW Anniversary specials, click here)

The whole backstory (for those confused):

Back in April 2016, The Mike Check Show's "5 Years Of Whackin/This Is Your Life'" Anniversary special had left wrestlecrapradio.com members; R.V.M Kai and Raging_Demons, with the job of having to "clean up the shrapnel" that this debacle of a show had caused. This, along with Mike's own stupidity, had led KMCR: "The MACKER!" to be pulled off the air. The progrem was later reinstated with Mike Check being granted one last chance. However, wrestlecrapradio.com had also inadvertently discovered an accounting issue that involved Mike and his "whiz-kid" daughter and it wasn't until October 2016 that it was revealed that Mike Check actually owed wrestlecrapradio.com a lot of money because...well...Mike's daughter had been embezzling funds from our fearless leader, Premier Blah, for quite some time. So as punishment, Mike received a mystery guest host for "Halloween Hootenanny", who turned out to be "Zombie" Nathaniel. However, before the "undead N.E.R.D" was able eat Mike and his Daughter's brains (or annoy them about TNA to death, whichever came first?), he was "DELETED" with the help of "Broken" Matt Hardy's loyal servants; SeƱor Benjamin and Vanguard One.

It then seemed that Mike and his Daughter's problems were over...but to make matters worse, Premier Blah's "We Wish You A Turtle Christmas" CD, the rare soundtrack to a terrible Ninja Turtle Christmas special, was accidentally sent to Mike Check's HQ to be played on his annual "Christmas Carousal" month in December 2016. So of course, once Premier Blah found out that his CD was missing, asked Mike for it back...but what he didn't know was that Mike's daughter had already destroyed it with a sledgehammer in a fit of rage (possibly channeling the anger of Alberto El Patron?) after hearing too many god awful songs on it. In January 2017, Premier Blah decided that wrestlecrapradio.com would take control over The Mike Check Show's song format until he, at least, got his CD back (and, in the meantime, Mike's Daughter attempts to find another copy without much luck).

In February 2016, Mike is granted the freedom to temporarily handle the song-list for "Love on the Ropes" month. All goes well until Mike decided to dedicate a week of songs to his old weather presenter from WTKO: THE KNOCKOUT!", Suzie Shuffle, which ends in disaster after Mike says...well some inappropriate stuff about her that Old Blade would say. Suzie's threat of a lawsuit (and she was already pissed off about what Mike said about her a year before) along with the fact that Mike was already 'skating on thin ice', causes The Mike Check Show to be cancelled once again. However in March 2016, R.V.M Kai reinstates the show as he felt that Mike's odd behavior, which included telling his listeners to "worship the devil", may have somehow not been directly his fault? However, he also informs Mike that Premier Blah is fed up and decided to take 100% control of the Mike Check Show permanently unless everything that Mike and his daughter had stole from him was paid back by the end of the month (getting his CD back was no longer important by this point).

During that time, "The Broken Hardys" appear out of nowhere and give Mike and his daughter a "Premon-EETION" that they should beware a "demon" that will " PROCURE" their show who will render it "OBSOLETE"...and of course they think that it's "Raging_Demons" (who oddly then happens to say some horrible things about Stone Cold Steve Austin on Twitter?). Mike's Daughter, worried that KMCR would be permanently cancelled under the wrestlecrapradio.com regime and also unhappy about her computer being hacked, which resulted in The Mike Check Show's playlist being modified to include songs about lying, cheating and stealing, desperately scrambles to find an investor (Dixie Carter even calls to make an offer). She is even sent on a 'wild goose chase' to England to provide some "services" to Sir Alec Heineken...which oddly doesn't go the way as she hoped. Meanwhile, Mike is contacted by a mysterious listener, who refers to himself as "Sam O'Hellyeah", who claims that he has the ability to help make all of Mike's problems go away. Mike, without his daughter's complete knowledge, reluctantly accepts "Sam's" offer and, for Mike, "The Mike Check Show" is saved...or so they thought???

You see, Sam was actually "STAN: THE EVIL TROLL LORD", a character from "Wrestlecrap Radio" (formerly known as "Satan") who possesses wrestling personalities on social networking sites  and occasionally calls in to Mike Check to play requests. STAN reveals on April 1, 2017 that he took advantage of Mike's senility by tricking him into partnering with him to take The Mike Check Show back from wrestlecrapradio.com in order to make it easier to "possess" it for himself. He also revealed that he was the one behind all the recent odd occurrences over the last four months, such as; possessing Premier Blah to send Mike his CD, possessing Mike to make Suzie Shuffle upset, etc, and that it was all part of his evil plan for world domination. He also allows Mike to continue to celebrate The Mike Check Show's "6 Years Of Whackin!'" Anniversary month (renaming it: "666 Years Of Whackin!") before he would completely "possess" the show along with Mike's soul. And to make things interesting, Stan on April 4, decides to have a song battle with Mike to determine who could play the better songs in their "particular market". The terms in place was that if STAN won, not only could he keep the progrem and Mike's soul, but he could also take Mike daughter's soul as well. However, if Mike won; Stan would be forced to leave, return the progrem's ownership over to Mike and his daughter, and also grant them one wish.

So now Mike and STAN have each played their 13 songs and, by the looks of it, the song choices made by Mike aren't so good...but do he and his daughter pull through in the end??? You'll have to read it to find out:

  1. Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley
  2. Thorn In Your Eye by Slam Jam
  3. Liar by Rollins Band (Note: Stan reveals his whole evil plan here.)
  4. Beelzeboss (The Final Showdown) by Tenacious D (EXPLICIT) - Stan and Mike's song battle starts here with Mike's #1 Pick
  5. Hells Bells by AC/DC - STAN'S #1 Pick
  6. To Hell With The Devil by Stryper - Mike's #2 Pick
  7. From Here To Eternity by Iron Maiden - STAN'S #2 Pick
  8. Satan Bite The Dust! by Carman - Mike's #3 Pick
  9. Shout At The Devil by Motley Crue - STAN'S #3 Pick
  10. Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music by Larry Norman and Geoff Moore - Mike's #4 Pick
  11. Hotter Than Hell / Firehouse by KISS - STAN'S #4 Pick
  12. Burning Down The House by Talking Heads - Mike's #5 Pick
  13. The Silver Tongued Devil And I by Kris Kristofferson - STAN'S #5 Pick
  14. Go Down Moses (Let My People Go) by Paul Robeson - Mike's #6 Pick
  15. N.I.B. by Black Sabbath - STAN'S #6 Pick
  16. Pray by M.C. Hammer - Mike's #7 Pick
  17. (You’re The) Devil in Disguise by Elvis Presley - STAN'S #7 Pick
  18. Repossessed by Cindy Valentine- Mike's #8 Pick
  19. Devil With A Blue Dress by Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels - STAN'S #8 Pick
  20. Bad by Michael Jackson- Mike's #9 Pick
  21. See You In Hell by Grim Reaper  - STAN'S #9 Pick
  22. You’re No Good by The Muppets  - Mike's #10 Pick
  23. Sympathy For The Devil by The Rolling Stones - STAN'S #10 Pick
  24. Hell Hath No Fury by Frankie Laine - Mike's #11 Pick
  25. Robot Hell by The Futurama Cast w/ The Beastie Boys - STAN'S #11 Pick
  26. The Devil Went Down To Georgia by Primus Mike's #12 Pick
  27. Devil Comes Back To Georgia by Charlie Daniels and Mark O’Connor feat. Cash, Tritt and Stuart - STAN'S #12 Pick
  28. Head Cuttin’ Duel by Steve Vai and Ry Cooder - Mike's #13 Pick
  29. Highway to Hell by AC/DC - STAN'S #13 Pick
  30. Devil Is A Loser by Lordi - (*Spoiler alert*): Mike receives a bonus "All or Nothing" song pick (sort of like how Robin Hood received "one more shot" in the archery contest in the film "Men In Tights" for some reason?) due to Stan cheating the previous day by repeating a song by the same artist/band (i.e. AC/DC).)

WCR Video: Minisode Flashback #133: Paul Christy

"How many apartment buildings can you own"? Well just ask Paul Christy. He was a "wrestler/magician/hypnotist/alright" who made his one and only appearance on Tusesday Night Titans. Rather than let host 'Mean Gene' interview him, he ranted to the audience about apartments buildings and something about "woman", "sexual" with "pretty blue eyes" and "physical appearance". He also got mad whenever Gene tried to interrupt him during his his magic tricks. Needless to say, he didn't last much longer in the then World Wrestling Federation.

But not only do RD and Blade talk about Mr. Christy on Wrestlecrap Radio Episode #133 (in 2008), they also talk about the ranting and raving of another former WWE "Superstar"...Billy Graham, that is, and the time he channeled the "Lord Of Darkness" Satan (two years before becoming the charterer on WCR who possess wrestling personalities on social networking sites and then later changing his name to "Stan: The Evil Troll Lord") when writing this evil email to a wrestling promoter.

...And speaking of STAN, for those who have been missing Mike Check's "6(66) Years Of Whackin" Anniversary, STAN and Mike Check have been battling it out over on THE MIKE CHECK SHOW in a song contest. They both have chosen to play 13 songs, that play well in their particular market, over the total control of the ownership of "KMCR: THE MACKER!" But that's not the only thing that's on the line, because if STAN wins, Mike and his "whiz-kid" daughter must also sell their souls and spend the rest of eternity in Hell. But if Mike wins, STAN must also must leave them alone and grant them with one wish. Anyway, today's song selection by Mike Check is "You're No Good", which co-incidentally perfectly describes how Mike has been going in this song battle so far!

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives and here for more WCR Minisodes!

(265/40/41) Miss-Math: April 1, 2017

20 minutes
((( recorded in high phone-muffled fidelity ))) 

Some vintage albeit bad Wrestlemania related tune takes up 10% of the running time.

You know this episode is an April Fools prank when RD skips a number. This would technically be the FORTIETH episode if based on the old RD&BS format, but instead this is apparently the forty-FIRST. Perhaps Blade's (under the) influence got to him too much. Seriously; (mike) check through the Recaps link and see for yourself.

[That being said, if you counted this as both a WWCR AND RD&BS episode separately and together, like two intersecting lines, that might work things out. That assumes anything actually works on these shows of course though. Both in and unintentionally.]

RD: "You realize we've had more RD & Blade shows than Wrestlemania."

Blade remembers Susan St. James uh-oh-ing. RD remembers Rockin' Robin and her Brother Hood. (:05)

This year's WM (33) has 13 matches that will take at least six and a half hours long. (:08)

RD is stuck on the Divas' movesets. (:09)

More random names are in the Andre The Giant Battle Royal Memorial hootenanny. (:11) RD wants a Bill Frehlick run-in.

Randy Orton is in another match. (:12) Blade doesn't want to see him dating. RD wants to see his orgasmic wife make a return to the ring.

Social Security recipient Undertaker is once again back at it. (:14) Blade: "I don't mind Roman Reigns." RD: "Blade Braxton Quote: "I don't mind Roman Reigns.""

Blade thinks Shane McMahon should fight while high. RD thinks he will jump off a roller coaster. (:15)

RD on WM as a whole and echoing many people: "Who cares?"

RD has to "run" to a Wrestlemania party which will last even longer than the 12 hour event. (:16)

Seventeen Syllables Of Analysis:
Goldberg. Goldberg. Gold-
Berg. Goldberg. Goldberg. Goldberg.
Goldberg.  Goldberg. Gold.
Facts & Figures (as compiled by Erik Majorwitz)


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  • Susan St. James Uh Ohs:  9
  • Blade Braxton’s Weekly Wrestling Haiku: Blades analysis of the WM33 main event:
    Goldberg! Goldberg! Gold...
    berg! Goldberg! Goldberg! Goldberg!
    Goldberg! Goldberg! Gold...

WCR Video: Minisode Flashback #057: Bizarro

What is this, Bizzaro world or something? Over on The Mike Check Show, you have Mike actually paying back a debt (for once in his life) that he owed us at wrestlecraprado.com. And now you have the latest episode of Wrestlecrap Radio with a "clean-cut" Blade Braxton talking to a "potty mouth" RD Reynolds:

...No. Actually this WCR Minisode was from the 2007 April Fools Episode (WCR #57) which also featured a "living" Lord Alfred Hayes and Blade Braxton co-hosting with, Chase MasterCharge debt collector, John Thomas.

EDIT: This just in: Speaking of "debt-collecting co-hosts", in what seems as some cruel April Fools trolling joke; the man that identified himself as "Sam O'Hellyeah" who helped Mike Check pay back the money that he embezzled from, our fearless leader Premier Blah, was actually "STAN: The Evil Troll Lord" (the devil formerly known as "Satan"). Sources tell this reporter that Stan tricked Mike into possessing The Mike Check Show for himself and will also co-host his "6(66) Years Of Whackin" Anniversary Month...before also possessing Mike's "soul"...and I'm not talking about the "musical genre" here.

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives and here for more WCR Minisodes!

WCR Video: Dennis Stamp Tribute (1946-2017)

We at Wrestlecrapradio.com are saddened by the recent news of the passing of former professional wrestler Dennis Stamp. From Amarillo, Texas; he wrestled globally in the 1970s and 1980s for the AWA and in multiple NWA territories. But he was best known for his appearance in 1999 documentary "Beyond The Mat" where, at age of 50, was still training, hoping to be "booked" for his next match, by carrying a pair of dumbbells and bouncing on a trampoline in his underwear. The line "I'm not booked", which was his reply to Terry Funk when asked why he didn't want to be part of Funk's (one of multiple) retirement match, even became a viral Internet meme on the old wrestlecrap forums.

Dennis Stamp has also been famously mentioned on Wrestlecrap Radio, one occasion being on episode #2 where RD Reynolds proposes that Dennis Stamp host a weekly segment on the podcast called "The Stamp Collection":

Minisode from WCR episode #2 (starts at 2:22)

Dennis Stamp (...or rather, an impersonator) also later made an appearance, while bouncing on his trampoline, on WCR's very 1st Anniversary show:

Minisode from Wrestlecrap Radio episode #36 (starts at 12:10)

 RIP DENNIS STAMP (1946-2017)

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: Shawcrap Redonmason

Today on WCR Videos, we are paying tribute to the famous scene, in the 1994 Academy Award nominated film "The Shawshank Redemption", where Andy Dufresne (played by Tim Robins) locks himself in the prison P.A. room and plays a Wrestlecrap Radio podcast clip of Blade telling an inappropriate Don...Don Mason story over the.....Wait?! That's not right?!

(Video by LannysPermJuice)

Edit: All this video needs now is the narration of Morgan Freeman saying: "I have no idea to this day what those two co-fruitcakes were blabbering about? Truth is, I don't want to know. Some things are better left unsaid. I like to think it was something so god awful, it can't be expressed in words, and makes your ears ache because of it. I tell you, those voices soared..lower and deeper than anybody in a grey place dares to dream. It as if some an ugly bird had flapped into Eric Bischoff's office and made us vote for it as the Gooker Award winner, and for the briefest of moments, every last 12th listener of Wrestlecrap Radio felt sick to their stomachs".

Oh. Here's the actual song that was used in that scene called "Canzonetta Sull’aria" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart over at (soon to be under wrestlecrapradio.com's ownership) The Mike Check Show.

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

WCR Video: RD Reynolds Has Something To Say

Each year the loser of a bet between RD Reynolds and Blade Braxton, based on the results of the NFL's 'Pro Bowl' or their fantasy football league teams, is forced to say a list of embarrassing things sent by email from Wrestlecrap Radio's 12 listeners. The following WCR Videos, set to music by Lannyspermjuice, are taken from the 2010 (#165) and 2011 (#197) episodes of WCR where Deal had lost the wager both years, which meant that he had "something to say"...which also included being forced to sing the following Lady Gaga songs:



...And don't forget to check out the previous WCR Video of RD Reynolds being forced to sing Justin Bieber's "Baby" by wrestlecrapradio.com's very own Raging_Demons by clicking right here.

And be sure to visit here for the WCR Video archives!

Return Of The Gooker, Once Again, Return Of The Gooker!

When you take a look at these nominations all I have to say is...Thank God I'm not watching WWE these days! Hit it!

Return of The Gooker, once again, Return of The Gooker, Oh My Lord!

Raging_Demons here once again kiddies. Yes while not dealing with Mike Check I get to do this once in a while. It is once again Gooker Time. Yes the 2016 nominations of The Gooker are out. The Gooker represents by the wrestling fans as the most recognized award for the worst ever in pro wrestling. Be it a match, a storyline, a wrestling character, and for the first time EVER the grand daddy of them all, they are eligible to receive the award for the worst of the worst.

Luckily I missed most of this mess. For those that don't follow me social or comment wise I am no longer watching WWE. It had started with that "Sting's Road to Wrestlemania" garbage giving that feeling that all it was is simply for Vinnie Mac to stroke his cock. Then we add Road Dogg's insensitive Twitter comments basically saying, and I'm paraphrasing here and also this is important since Road Dogg is a WWE Road Agent now (Gee I wonder how he GOT THAT JOB?!?) where he said "Sure you can go try it out (referring to watching other wrestling promotions like New Japan, Ring Of Honor, and even TNA of all things) but we all know that you'll be back (referring to always coming back and watching WWE)" which I found completely tasteless. The straw that broke the camel's back was one guy's constant, never ending push even thought he's got the physical gifts but the actual talent of a Ziggy comic.

You know the guy. Roman Reigns. That was it! Thank God for The Broken Hardy's for bringing me back to wrestling.

So I got to watched all of this for you and let me say...

God damn 2016 was bad! Did The Ratings Reaper try to kill actual wrestling talent as well?

Without further adieu here are your 2016 Gooker Nominations!


1. Wrestlemania 32: There have been several close attempts for a Wrestlemania, deemed "The Grand Daddy Of Them All", to be nominated for a Gooker, but this is a first time EVAH that a Wrestlemania has been nominated for a Gooker. Not only the event was WAY longer than the entire run of "Firefly" but most of the matches were either ranging from mediocre to god awful. Yes even Shane McMahon's match with The Undertaker were in the lines of cringe worthy.

2. Jeff Jarrett Selling "Global Force Gold": Hey you! Yes you! You like Jeff Jarrett? You like Jarrett's idea of a World Pro Wrestling League called "Global Force Wrestling"? You like gold? I know you like gold! Well Jeff Jarrett has a deal FER YOU! Sure selling gold may look like a pyramid scheme of Herbalife levels and this makes all the gold selling commercials that you see on FOX News seem even less credible than this, but its gold right? RIGHT?!?

3. Darren Young versus Titus O' Neill with Young's Life Coach...Bob Backlund?!?: Personally speaking I think that Darren Young gets constant crap level gimmicks due to the part that he's openly gay. Pro Wrestling at times can be so mentally backwards. Heck, Paul Heyman and Colt Cobana admitted in interviews that there's still antisemitism in pro wrestling today! Okay mini-rant over moving on. Bob Backlund has been a great character in the previous years, even Mick Foley admitted that in one of his books; I think it was "Foley Is Good" but I'm not quite sure but don't let me know about via Social Media okay. SO what do you do to make Darren Young a wrestler on Roman Reigns' level? You...force him to feud Titus O' Neill over and over again with Backlund doing random stuff during the feud that makes no sense what so ever. HUH?!?

4. Enzo Amore's TRIP TO...Sensitivity Training: Remember this kiddies...

Okay take the same premise, change it a little, let's say...a sensitivity class. Put in Enzo Amore, who is so freaking huge right now it's not funny. Enzo Amore is big, GABBY HAYES BIG! What you end up is a set of "comedy" skits, and I refer to "comedy" in this sense as in you were supposed to laugh at the jokes but instead you look at it and say to yourself "Who the hell wrote this crap?" Like what you're reading right now. OH!

The bottom line here is that these "Sensitivity Training" skits made Enzo Amore look real bad here.

5. The Big Nippled Vampire (Shelly Martinez) versus Rebel: Every Wrestlecrap Radio Listener (all 12 of them) and even us here at Wrestlecrapradio.com knows who Shelly Martinez is. She's The BNV, the Big Nippled Vampire. Shelly got that name during her times in the WWE version of ECW running around as a vampire with giant fake fun bags with, as RD Reynolds would say about her nipples are "big and round as a dinner plate". Shelly is also a great wrestler and entertainer wise and I personally met her and she is a good person...Just don't try to start an argument with her because she will win! Oh yes she will! So what happen when a highly trained wrestler like Shelly Martinez goes up against a VERY GREEN wrestler like Rebel who is known for only two things: She can wear jean shorts so tiny that they look like she's wearing a thong and she's real life best friends with Christy Hemme? Put the two together and you get a match that is SO BAD that if I air the video here right now you would sue all of us for causing such psychological damage and I SO do not want that to happen! I hate to steal RD's gimmick but...SPEAKING OF HORRIBLE BAD THINGS!

6. The Wyatt Compound Match: There were a lot of people not happy that "Broken" Matt Hardy and his hijinks along with "Brother Nero" (I Knew You Would Come!) Jeff Hardy should be a shoe-in for a Gooker, but lets face the facts here that Matt Hardy actually created what WWE has been trying for years. Actual "Sports Entertainment" that is good. With the popularity of The Broken Hardyz WWE decided to do one little, itty, bitty, tiny thing. They tried to rip-off "The Final Deletion", turn it into a gimmick match with The Wyatt Family and The New Day, and turned it into a third rate garbage match that hasn't been seen in years. Let me edit that for a sec here. They ripped-off "The Final Deletion", made it into a fifth rate garbage match, and they ripped off Rob Zombie and his movies by making that match look like crap that Uwe Boll poops out. By the way I'm way glad Uwe Boll is retired. Gotta steal Deal's gimmick again here. SPEAKING OF THE NEW DAY!

7. The New Day vs Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson Feud: Poor Luke Gallows. He started as the mouth breather Festus, became liberated in The Straight Edge Society, and was a part of Aces and Eights. Yeesh! I feel bad for the guy. Gallows FINALLY gets some success in New Japan as a part of The Bullet Club. Then he along with fellow Bullet Club members AJ Styles and Karl Anderson get signed by WWE. While AJ Styles gets his own solo push the other two, Gallows and Anderson, get...this crappy feud right here! The Old Day? Midget New Day members? Anderson holding a jar of Big E's testicles saying that "he got no balls?" Did Triple H give Gallows and Anderson a D-Generation X Joke Book and say "Here do everything in this book when you are feuding with The New Day?" FFS MAN!

8. The Shining Stars: OK what the hell! It all begins with Primo and Epico getting a attractive female valet. Then they become comical masked bullfighters with a pet midget dressed as a bull. Now they are Puerto Rico time share sallsmen! What the hell did they do to deserve this crap?!?

Oh yeah, they're related to this guy here!

[I'm quite astonished no one has yet memed on Carlito having Giorgio "The A is for Aliens" Tsoukalos' hair. - PB]

9. The Golden Truth: What happens when you combine R-Truth and Goldust?

Oh Hell No! Instead of two wild and crazy guys we got two guys stuck in a constant loop of really bad jokes and honestly I'm quite offended. I'm supposed to be the one to tell lame jokes around here!

10. TNA in 2016: My personal pick for who should win the Gooker. TNA in 2016 was literally quite a huge embarrassment. First they started to stiff their wrestlers and their technical staff with not paying them. Then they lost wrestlers and staff left and right. Then they had to beg around to get money to do some recording of shows which is downright sad. Then they had wrestlers perform piss poor matches on TV since they are no longer a wrestling company. Then they began stiffing all their creditors not paying them back. Then they got an investor like Billy Corgan, who ran his own (actual) wrestling promotion, to invest in them only to alienate and steal from him. Its like all of this is a giant scheme of some sorts...

(Credit: James Hornsby over at BotchedSpot.com. Check it out now! Its one of my favorite websites!)

Whatever or however TNA does business is beyond me. After all the stupid stuff that they do they always finds a way to stay alive. With recent news event Dixie Carter is now gone from TNA, having new owners from Anthem Sports (Finding new buyers to take over is WAY beyond me for a money-pit of an organization like TNA), and just recently re-signing Dutch Mantell and Jeff Jarrett (Have you heard? Our current Gooker Nominee has a way for you to be rich on gold!) they can actually get out of this mess but in 2016 you can teach a class on TNA on how many times TNA FUBAR'ed.

10 Nominees, 1 winner. You got until January 14th! That's next Saturday kids! GET TO VOTING FOR YOU THINK WILL BE THE GOOKER WINNER NOW!