Early WCW

The beginning of World Championship Wrestling, the golden era before the New World Order showed up. Sting, Steiner Brothers, Big Van Vader, Hulk Hogan and the Dungeon of Doom!

The Monster Meng Wakes Up the Disney MGM Crowd on Worldwide [March 11th, 1995]

As someone who didn’t have cable until just prior to Nitro starting, it’s safe to say that Worldwide was my favorite WCW show growing...

Weird Merch: Sting and Hulk Hogan Fan Hands [1995]

Just when I think I've seen it all, these things pop onto eBay out of nowhere. Now, I've quickly scanned through various Sting and...

WCW eBay Find of the Day: Signed WCW Turnbuckle Pad [1993]

WCW World Championship Wrestling Signed Turn Buckle Pad Auto Sting Event Used STARTING BID - $99.99 Special thanks to friend of the site Chris C giving me...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine (GERMANY) [March 1994]

With the help of the WCW Worldwide Patreon shaking some trees, I managed to get a hold of several issues of the German-print version...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Wrestling Wrap-Up [July 1990]

El Gigante and Billionaire Ted! Hell of a tag team that never happened. This WCW Wrestling Wrap-Up is a great issue to flip through as...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine [February 1992]

"Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals!", is a thing I WOULD say if I had my things together better. Every year, I always forget about...

WCW eBay Find of the Day: Crap-Ton of WCW Crew Shirts!

VARIOUS WCW PPV AND MONDAY NITRO CREW SHIRTS (ALL SIZE XL) BUY IT NOW: $15.99 - $39.99 Over the weekend, I got an eBay alert ping that revealed...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine #1 [November 1991]

Starting off the New Year with a regular schedule of wrestling magazine scans, seems fitting that we'd start at the beginning for WCW with...

#36 – 54 Championship Marketing WCW Trading Cards [1991]

Going through and scanning another huge batch of WCW trading cards, looks like the next entry will finish off this particular set. I've been...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine (Germany) [November 1994]

The American WCW Magazine is dead, thankfully the Germans kept the ball rolling!