Ten years ago, WCW finally shut its doors after rising to the top of the industry, only to come crashing down to rock bottom in only a few years.
WCW was what many wrestling fans will remember as the wrestling they grew up watching as kids. Young people like myself, at the time, were able to watch albeit for a brief period of time, some of the legends who had made names for themselves in the heyday of the NWA and the early days of the WWF.
When Ted Turner's WCW first got on its feet, he along with Eric Bischoff brought in some of these stars such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Randy Savage, Kevin Nash and many more.
The glory days of the promotion wouldn't last long, though. In just a few years, the the company's flagship program, WCW Monday Nitro, would turn into more of a comedy hour due to terrible storylines and too much money being thrown at talent who just couldn't capture the audience's attention longer than five minutes.
Here are some of the good, and not so good memories I have of WCW.