Scott Steiner Gorilla Press Slams Sting - WCW Spring Stampede [April 16th, 2000]
The final in the tournament to crown a new WCW United States Heavyweight Champion, during a PPV that had FOURTEEN matches on the card.
Well… thirteen legitimate matches, and one where Chicago radio-host Mancow took on Jimmy Hart.
Scotty Riggs Pinup Poster - WCW Magazine [September 1997]
The American Males, Riggs’ tag team with Marcus Bagwell, dissolved once Bagwell left his partner behind to join the ranks of the New World Order. On his own, Riggs continued wrestling in his pretty-boy gimmick until being “injured” at the hands of Raven during a drop-toe-hold into a chair spot.
The narcissistic, vain All-American Male was forced to wear an eye patch and in his own mind, became a social outcast leaving him with the only option but to join Raven’s Flock as Riggs.
Slim Jim Gear Catalog Advert Ft. Macho Man Randy Savage 
Forget trying to get more WCW catalogs to scan in, I think I need to hunt this one down.
Alex Wright Pinup Poster - WCW Magazine [January 1998]
Boys and girls, sit back and take it all in.
Available to download now on iOS, Crazy Taxi: City Rush has undergone a Hulkamania Takeover. Not only can you choose to drive as the Hollywood Hogan version of The Hulkster, HOGAN’S CAB HAS A MUSTACHE!
Meltzer Rating: *****
Got new things to scan in from eBay — Vampiro in Mexico around 1992.
Forgive me, if content is light this week.
Avenge me, if I don’t make it.
Jake “The Snake” Roberts WCW Promo Shot 
As far as I understand, “The Snake” left the WWF for WCW due to being promised a big money contract from Kip Frey to come in and work against Sting. However upon arrival, Frey had been replaced by “The Cowboy” Bill Watts who sat Roberts down with a different contract that cut the pay he was promised tremendously. Some details of the events have Watts shredding the contract in front of Jake whenever he presented him with the new one.
If you look around online regarding this story, you’ll find talk about it being a personal thing against Roberts due to Watts not liking him. In actuality, Bill Watts came in and cut the salaries of several other wrestlers in an effort to restructure WCW. In the end, Jake Roberts ended up checking himself into rehab after the horrendous Coal Miner’s Glove Match against Sting at Halloween Havoc 1992. and that was all she wrote for “The Snake” working for World Championship Wrestling.
Marvel UK’s WCW: World Championship Wrestling #6 Cover 
Such a travesty that we never got a WCW Meets The X-Men crossover Marvel one-shot. I’d imagine that Sting and Cyclops would have gotten along like circus people.