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Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine #58 [February 2000]

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Sid. Sid! SID!! Sid Vicious is the master and ruler of the world, and this issue has a great in-depth look at what makes the man with...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Wrestling Wrap-Up [May 1991]

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Sting and Lex Luger, WCW's greatest frenemies?? Maybe! Their on-again, off-again relationship over the years was always a fun thing to watch unfold on WCW...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Wrestling Wrap-Up [June 1991]

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Sting, Missy and El Gigante -- hell of a trio here, huh? What better way to represent 1991 WCW than these three individuals, the...

Full Magazine Scans: WCW Magazine #6 [June 1992]

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A double-sided WCW Magazine with Sting's Squadron and Paul E. Dangerously's DANGEROUS ALLIANCE! When you look at everyone included here, it's hard to not...

Magazine Quickie: Official WCW Merch Catalog [Spring 1994]

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After listening to this week's The Match Beyond podcast where both Kurt Zamora and WrestleCrap's RD Reynolds talked up my site, I figured I'd...

This Day in WCW History: Halloween Havoc Took Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [1992]

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Spin the Wheel, Make a Deal with The Stinger and Jake “The Snake” Roberts facing off in the main event. This would be the...

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,...

15 Years Ago Tonight, Our Thunder Road Came to an End [March 21st, 2001]

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15 years ago tonight marked an end of an era. It was not just the “season finale” of Thunder, but it was the last...

Latest WWE 2K16 DLC Pack is FULL of WCW Goodness!

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Late last month, 2K released a DLC pack highlighting all of the 2015 inductions into the WWE Hall of Fame, and I completely missed...

This Day in WCW History: WCW Starrcade ‘99 Took Place in Washington D.C.

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Just because you book a completely stacked pay-per-view, it doesn’t mean that it’ll be any good as thirteen matches might have been a bit...