"Ready to Rumble" is a goofy wrestling comedy where the so-called politics of the so-called sport interfere with a so-called popular wrestler and get him canned. It takes the efforts of two porter-potty cleaners-slash-fans to cull him out of his depression and embarrassment to return to his (so-called) thrown and regain his title.Surprisingly unfunny slapstick is restrained because it doesn't give what it offers to. For a spoofish wrestling movie that could be attacked "Naked Gun"-style, "Ready to Rumble" offers few wretling gags and even fewer funny scenes. David Arquette lacks his usual dweeby humor, Rose McGowan is ignored during the course of the movie, and Oliver Platt is badly miscast. The only cast member who really warrants and guffaws is old man Martin Landau --but strictly as a gag. "Ready to Rumble" quickly loses its appeal, and even the wrestler cameos aren't enough. Too little too late.Final Verdict: D.