WCW would have you believe that no one man was bigger than Hulkamania, so when they attempted to bring him down in 1995, they assembled an army of absolute stupidity to do it instead. The Dungeon of Doom was comprised of wrestling veterans who all hated Hulk Hogan and wanted to end his career.
But instead of having it be just regular guys in their normal attire, several new, supernatural and dumb characters were created to give the illusion that other forces were out to stop Hogan.
Yes, friends, the Dungeon of Doom was unstoppable in 1995. No one member can top this list, so let’s just run down all of them with brief descriptions.
-The Master: Played by King Curtis Iaukea, a longtime friend of Hogan’s, he chanted bizarre rants to his minions while appearing to be caked in flour.
-Kevin Sullivan: Known as the Taskmaster, Sullivan was still in the booking end of things, likely the reason he received this inconceivable push.
-Zodiac: Ed Leslie appearing in a recycled Brutus Beefcake zebra costume with black and white face paint.
-The Shark: John Tenta even changed his signature LSU Tiger tattoo to a shark to better fit this terrible rehash.
-Kamala: Always intimidating thanks to his size, he was known as the Ugandan Giant.
-The Barbarian: Never able to break free of the tag team division, Barbarian was a large Samoan with solid skills.
-Meng: Also known as Haku, he claimed a finisher called the Tongan Death Grip.
-The Giant: A young, skinny Big Show and the focal point of the group.
-Lex Luger: Enough said.
Plus, I better not forget other minor additions like the One Man Gang, Braun the Leprechaun, Hugh Morrus, Maxx Muscle, Loch Ness, Konnan, Big Bubba Rogers, and the most infamous member, the Yeti. Yes, the Yeti, who appeared once dressed as a giant mummy, and then later as Scorpion from Mortal Kombat on steroids.
How could anyone else top this list from WCW? Happy Halloween, folks!