GRAPPL is an awesome new platform to share the love of wrestling.
You can discover and talk about the best matches from promotions and wrestlers from around the world by easily seeing which have been rated the highest (and lowest) by other fans.
Using GRAPPL you can…
- Rate how much you enjoyed the matches you’ve watched
- See average ratings across all GRAPPL users
- Find the top rated (or worst rated) matches by promotion or event
- Follow other people and see what ratings they have given and debate these
- Create a watch-list of matches to watch in the future
- Earn badges as you rate more matches
There’s over 25,000 matches listed on GRAPPL from WWE, NJPW, ROH, PROGRESS and many other promotions spanning over 30 years, and it’s growing on a daily basis.
So download GRAPPL, get watching and get rating!
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Would love to see some of the bugs fixed (doesn’t update initial entry when changing a rating, doesn’t update when following new people right away, doesn’t save location, etc.), the addition of different promotions and a way of checking out matches I’ve rated more easily. But overall a really great looking app that’s constantly up to date on the promotions it does feature.
Needs More Indy matches
Would love to see people be able to add matches from their favorite local shows. Would help fans discover more of the great undiscovered wrestling out there.
This is the future, however there are currently a lot of bugs.
When searching, the UX does not allow the user to go back and update their search. You are forced to close the app, if you wish to update your search from Kenny Omega to Brock Lesnar.
You cannot leave a comment when you rate a match, yet you can leave comments and like other people’s ratings.
Lots of missing matches that could have been added with a simple web scrape. There are a few open source pro wrestling databases and it appears none are being used in conjunction with this app.
Lots of efficiencies to be gained and UX bugs to fix. These are just what I found after 5 mins in the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.