- Alas, Poor Scrappy: Has kind of become a Running Gag with WrestleCrap Radio's TNA Correspondents (always just sound effects or Blade/RD doing a fake voice) who are introduced, annoy RD, Blade, and the fans to no end, and then are mourned and missed when they're killed off, even Nathaniel.
- Bizarro Episode: The April Fools episodes. One was a faux "first episode", one was nothing but dreams among others and they do get referenced later on from time to time.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Happens a lot on WrestleCrap Radio, starting with Blade "Breakstown's" Bill Collector nemesis John Thomas in the early years. Later characters, such as Gay Popeye, Mike Check, Angry Jim Ross and Don........Don Mason, were even more popular, despite the fact that the first three were just Blade and/or RD doing a silly fake voice and the last is a friend of Blade about whom Blade spins tales.
- Funny Moments:
...which he sold like he'd been hit by a car. (He had, after all, suffered a head-on collision with a used Vulva)
- When describing the horribly trashy match where Scott Hall and Kevin Nash were booked against a trio of actual porn stars, Hall has one of the women corner him and slam her crotch into his face.
Essentially, this Rumble was a one-on-one match between Michaels and Bulldog, albeit one with constant interference by big muscular guys in garish colors, wild makeup, cowboy boots, and thongs. If Shawn and Davey Boy had ever wondered what it would be like to wrestle in the middle of a gay pride parade, they got their answer on this night.
- The summation of the 1995 Royal Rumble, where Shawn Michaels and Davey Boy Smith had started at #1 and #2, respectively, and were the last two standing after a Rumble made up almost entirely of horrible gimmicky jobbers (mostly from horrible tag teams):
- When describing Michaels' subsequent entrance to his WrestleMania XI match against Diesel, where he was supposed to be accompanied by Pamela Anderson:
- Possession Sue: The Rewriting the Book section, though possibly justified since a lot of the What Could Have Been aspect of it involves people not making the same mistakes they did in real life.
- Replacement Scrappy: To some, Triple Kelly for RD. And then RD for Triple Kelly when she quit. And then Art0Donnel when he stepped up. Basically, whenever someone new takes over as main writer, a portion of the WrestleCrap fandom whines that the old induction writer was much better and that the new one sucks.
- The Scrappy:
- So Bad, It's Good: Not the site itself; rather, RD makes it clear whenever necessary that some of the gimmicks and storylines being inducted aren't flat-out bad, per se, and instead fall under this. One of the best examples of such is the Repo Man.
- Squick: Some of Blade's Don........Don Mason stories. See Second-Hand Storytelling.
- Tear Jerker:
- When Merle Vincent passed away.
- RD, as well as many regulars to the site, was very shaken by the sudden passing of "Earthquake" John Tenta.
- The 2006 Gooker Award induction for "Eddiesploitation" was left without images or soundbites, as RD said that having to go back over this period in WWE's history to gather such material would have simply been too much for him to bear.
- They Changed It, Now It Sucks: Some fans never got over Triple Kelly replacing RD as the main induction writer.