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Full Magazine Scans: nWo vs WCW: Takeover ’97 Program (GERMANY) [June 1997]

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A hard-to-obtain piece of wrestling merch here, the program for the German WCW tour from summer 1997. Included are several promotional photos that I've never...

It’s Official! Diamond Dallas Page to be Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame!!

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The master of the Diamond Cutter, the King of Bada-Bing will be part of the 2017 inductees for the WWE Hall of Fame. Diamond Dallas...

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

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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...

Full Magazine Scans: DK Readers’ Going For Goldberg [2000]

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With the recent influx of Bill Goldberg back into the collective stream of modern WWE fandom, this marks the perfect time to learn some history...

Goldberg Returns to the WWE, Reactions from Former WCW Stars

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With Bill Goldberg's triumphant return back to the WWE after a twelve-year absence from professional wrestling, it's a good time to be running a...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Souvenir Program [1994]

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A great look at what was happening inside World Championship Wrestling during a timeframe that doesn't get a light shined on it too often,...

Full Magazine Scans: Final Issue of WCW Magazine [2001]

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At this point in time fifteen years ago, World Championship Wrestling had finally closed its doors for good. TBS booted them from their networks,...

This Day in WCW History: WCW Uncensored Took Place in Mobile, Alabama [1998]

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“Rules Are For Fools”, so proclaims Hollywood Hogan’s 24-inch python! Scanning through this card, and I’m almost positive that this was the first World Championship...

Happy 30th Birthday to The Big Gold Belt!

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On February 14th, 1986, Ric Flair revealed the newly designed NWA World Heavyweight Championship title around his waist at Battle of the Belts II....

WCW Valentine’s Day Cards [1999 – 2000]

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The cheapy Valentine's Day cards that you used to pass out at school to everyone in your elementary school class were always the worst,...