Promos are an integral part of professional wrestling. They can help sell fans on a particular match or feud. Great promos can engage fans and make them feel what the wrestler delivering a promo is feeling at that moment. Most promos are forgotten over the course of time, and then there are those ones that fans never forget. It may not be the best, but unforgettable none the less…
The New World Order was once a very popular and powerful faction in World Championship Wrestling back in the mid 1990’s. Their popularity helped the nWo develop a great deal of power politically behind the scenes. Mostly everyone within WCW wanted to be a part of the black and white faction…if for nothing else…that is where the money was at. Ironically, the faction that helped build WCW is ultimately one of the causes that helped kill WCW. All the power struggles and backstage drama many were involved in led to the company’s demise in 2001.
Every New Year, many people proclaim a New Year and a New Me! In wrestling, wrestlers have been repackaged after a failed gimmick or two and become something of greater success. This week’s top five is the Best Repackaged Wrestlers of All Time.Continue reading →
Height: 6’4″ Weight: 272 lb Hometown: San Francisco, CA Glory Days: 1998-1999 Fun Fact: Despite dressing like a biker and his WCW bio stating that he likes to ride Harleys, The Disciple never once rode or was even seen near a bike on WCW TV, not even at the Road Wild pay per view.
Professional wrestling is filled with odd facts and stats. Some you may know, while others you may have forgotten about or just plain never heard of. That is what this piece is all about. So here we go, with even more facts, stats and potential trivia questions. Let’s learn Continue reading →
It is one of the biggest matches in the history of the WCW. A match that could have sold out any venue and headlined virtually any PPV. Yet, in their wisdom, the company gave it away for free on TV. In this latest ‘A Moment in Time‘, we look at the moment Goldberg won the WCW title.Continue reading →
Happy new year! Well, the day has finally arrived; today marks the end of our 1997 timeline. It sounds like a cliché to say that all previous Meanwhile, in WCW posts have been building towards this one, but they really have. This week WCW reached its zenith by presenting Starrcade 1997, the highest grossing pay per view the company ever produced. The show featured the culmination of an 18 month storyline involving Sting and Hollywood Hogan. So, for the final time, let’s get down to business in this week’s Meanwhile, in WCW…