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!

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WCR Video: Interactive: The PAGEmaster

Diamond Dallas Page has been inducted into the 2017 class of the "WWE Hall Of Fame", so here's RD and Blade doing commentary on a video of his ex-wife Kimberly Page (from Wrestlecrap Radio episode #170) advertising about performing "a tough but totally doable" session of DDP Yoga (formerly YRG) with DDP at an Atlanta reunion show in 2010. And it seems that Blade is still smitten with her after getting her "Head" (not the type that you think!)


(Video original title: "WCR Commentary: Season 3, Episode 6: The PAGEmaster" by FSinWCR)

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

Uh-Oh!
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.

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 folks: "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.