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The latest update to the blog features WCW, PWG, ROH and ECW reviews! Read more


Reliving A Title Run Volume #22: Kevin Nash As WCW World Champion In WCW ’99

At Starrcade 1998, Kevin Nash ended the undefeated streak that WCW World Champion Goldberg had going since September 1997. With the victory, Nash won his first WCW World Championship and was getting some good reactions from the crowd. Nash may have been the most popular he had ever been. Then, things changed. Read more

The Renegade: If You Can’t Get The Original, Create A Ripoff

By early 1995, World Championship Wrestling was transforming itself into the land of where WWF superstars from the 1980s were debuting and taking over the television time. The likes of Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, Avalanche (Earthquake), Big Bubba Rogers (Big Bossman) and many others had appeared on WCW television within an eight month timeframe. Read more

Who Better Than Kanyon?

Chris Kanyon was one of my favorite wrestlers to watch during the Monday Night Wars. He was great in the ring and had personality. However, he just never got a major push during his career. Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #35: WrestleAmerica December 1993

What’s going on in this magazine? Lets find out! Read more

A Look Back At: PWI Awards 1998

How did the PWI readers vote for the 1998 Achievement Awards? Lets find out! Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #34: PWI November 1997

What’s inside the magazine? Lets find out! Read more

Would You Go To This Show? Volume Twenty

For the first time in this series I’ve decided to look at three shows that took place on the same day. It was during the peak time to be a professional wrestling fan as ECW, WCW and WWF were all doing great numbers and providing memorable moments each week. I picked a random day and each company ran a show. So, now it is time to decide… Would You Go To This Show? Read more

Reliving A Feud Volume #38: Hulk Hogan Vs. Ric Flair In WCW ’94 – ‘00

Hulk Hogan had been the face of the World Wrestling Federation for ten years having held the WWF World Championship five times from 1983 to 1993. Following his title defeat at King of the Ring 1993 to Yokozuna, Hogan left the WWF for Hollywood. That lasted a year.

June 1994, Hulk Hogan signs a lucrative deal with World Championship Wrestling to become an active in-ring competitor and quickly gives WCW more publicity than they had ever gotten in the history of their existence. With Hogan’s signing, it allowed a dream match to finally take place on pay per view. Read more

Top Ten WCW Wrestlers In 2000

There is no denying that World Championship Wrestling had become a shell of itself and lost a record amount of money in a twelve month period. Despite the company not achieving much success financially and their writing for television often left fans confused, I decided to sit down and rank the top ten wrestlers for WCW from that year. Hopefully my list isn’t as confusing as the television product. Read more