“WWF vs WCW” - Cracked Magazine #334 [May 1999]
Another wrestling parody taken from a magazine that I loved to collect whenever I was younger. Cracked is no longer printed but continues to thrive as an online humor site that specializes in well-written pop culture articles and lists. Kinda weird to think that I still manage to be a fan a full twenty years after buying my first issue (where they lampooned Batman Returns).
Anyways, click through for Cracked’s Academy Awards For Wrestlers and know that the guy I like to imagine that’s getting blow’d up by Kane in the cover’s background is Scott Hall for some reason.
“Cracked Thumb Wrestlers” - Cracked Magazine #334 [May 1999]
Turn your Friday into a Funday by printing this, cutting the wrestlers out, and staging your own WWF vs WCW battle inside of your cubicle! Provide your workplace with reasons to question your mental health while recreating Hogan vs Goldberg!
WCW/nWo Magazine Subscription Advert 
Click the photo, print out that card, enclose your credit card information, and go ahead and mail this out today! I don’t know what’ll happen, but I do know that it’ll be worth reading about once you email me some updates.
Very impressed with WCW: The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2’s packaging. I’ve gotten through disc one and am already loving the set. Expect some sort of write-up or post highlighting the best parts of this collection of Monday Nitro moments.
The message displayed on the frontpage of the still semi-operational WCW Thunder website is kinda depressing.
WCW Sin Advert [1/14/2001]
I still remember watching the end of this PPV live.
I was a WCW fan till the very end and was enjoying seeing where the company was headed as a new Cruiserweight division was being put together and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship was across the waist of a verified badass, “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner. Unfortunately, the main event revealed to me that WCW would never really change as the hyped up “mystery opponent” in the four corners match ended up being Road Warrior Animal, a guy that hadn’t been seen on television in over three years.
However, that reveal isn’t the thing people remember from this PPV. WCW Sin was the show where Sid Vicious suffered his infamous leg-break on the live broadcast. It’s still one of the nastiest injuries I’ve ever seen on television, but I’ll always look at this PPV was nothing more than a giant waste of time.
The WWF would eventually buy out WCW on March 23, 2001, a little over two months past the WCW Sin PPV.
WCW Nitro Trading Card Game Advert 
After searching around on the Internet, I managed to find this review of the game over at a board game forum:
Sep 2007*More fun than actually watching wrassl’n on TeeVee, but wait, that isn’t much fun actually …