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Sting, Missy and El Gigante -- hell of a trio here, huh? What better way to represent 1991 WCW than these three individuals, the FUTURE of World Championship Wrestling on display!! Well, one out of three ain't bad I guess. Interesting...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxj1HHZ60BI Have more haunting moments from Halloween Havoc you want to discuss? Get at Andrew on his Turning Heel site or bug him over on Twitter.

The day, July 4th, 1987. The location; The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The match? WARGAMES. Created by Dusty Rhodes, who was inspired by Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, WarGames quickly became a trademark of Jim Crockett Promotions and later WCW. The...

After his brief return stint in the WWE, Goldberg finally gets his first Mattel WWE Elite figure! Bad news is that it's exclusive to a $149.99 Main Event WWE ring set! If you want this Goldberg, you better be...

March 26, 2001. The day WCW died. For all intents and purposes, all relics and brands associated with World Championship Wrestling died that day as well. ...except they didn't. For the past sixteen years, the WWE, who purchased WCW in 2001,...
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I've decided to make things even harder for myself and enter into the ruthless arena of YouTube Wrestling Commentaries. What this is: The goal of this series is to take the forgotten bits of wrestling's past and introduce them to the...

A double-sided WCW Magazine with Sting's Squadron and Paul E. Dangerously's DANGEROUS ALLIANCE! When you look at everyone included here, it's hard to not praise Heyman for the group he assembled here. Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, Steve Austin, Larry...

Ah, 1998... I am so sick of you. For those who don't know, I have been watching both WWF Raw and WCW Monday Nitro in chronological order over the last two-and-a-half years. Starting from May of 1996, when Scott Hall...

This is such a weird, weird figure to exist in the year 2017. These retro figures are throwback to the classic World Wrestling Federation toys put out by Hasbro almost a full thirty years ago. For those of you who...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN0vwRJglwI We recently lost Bobby "The Brain" Heenan at the age of 72, a man who was nothing less than an absolute legend. The Tampa Bay Times reported that Heenan's cause of death was organ failure brought upon by complications...

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