It still is crazy to me that it has been over 10 years since WCW existed. Sometimes I even catch myself flicking the TV over to TNT at 8 p.m. just to relive the days of Nitro. But if you were like me, most the time you kept it there until 9 p.m. when Raw came on.
The last year was a very forgettable one for WCW, as we basically watched a dying television show do anything and everything to increase their ratings. It was to no avail, though, because in March 2001, we all were witness to the purchase of WCW by WWE.
Fans of WWE aren't too pleased with the product right now and understandably so, seeing that the WWE continues their transition toward aiming professional wrestling at children, which hurts as an adult fan.
I'm still enjoying the product, though, which I couldn't say for the last year of WCW. So for fans who are down and out on WWE, let's take a nice stroll down memory lane and refresh your memory on what, "bad booking" really looks like with a recap of the last 10 pay-per-views in WCW history.