Lists the various wrestlers active during WCW's final years in business, from 1999 through 2001. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WCW.
Tank Abbott (David Lee Abbott, 1999-2001)
Ax-CrazyKnife Nut: After defeating Big Al in their Skins Match (Leather jacket on a pole) at WCW SuperBrawl X, Tank went back to the jacket and pulled out a switchblade and held it to Al's throat and said, "I could fucking kill you right now!" Amazingly, he was not fired for this.
Captain Ersatz: For Gene Simmons's "Demon" Persona. The gimmick, the product of a business arrangement between WCW and KISS, was originally intended for Brian Adams, but Bischoff's firing in late summer 1999 cancelled those plans.
Remember the New Guy: He started out as a heel jobber-to-the-stars who mocked his opponents (e.g. wearing black makeup when wrestling Vampiro). Then suddenly he was Disco Inferno's good buddy and tag partner in his feud against Tony Marinara and the Mamalukes.
Elix Skipper (1999-2001)
Ascended Extra: Made several appearances on the syndicated shows as a jobber.
Butt Monkey: Sanders on occasion. The night he debuted he got hit in the head with a weapon at the conclusion of his match, hit in the head with another weapon as soon as he got backstage, hit in the head by two different people with two different weapons, and finally got Kanyon Kutter'd.
Breakup Breakout: Palumbo and O'Haire. Before the stable even formed, Palumbo and Stasiak had teamed together, and Jindrak and O'Haire had teamed. During the stable's run, Palumbo and O'Haire began teaming together and after the breakup were the only members to continue being successful in WCW. Of course, once WCW closed and the InVasion happened, they were jobbed out in short order.
Palumbo was the breakout as compared to O'Haire in WWE as well, being part of the successful Billy & Chuck team. O'Haire was actually lined up for a big push with a new Devil's Advocate heel gimmick, but then he was placed in the excreable Mr. America/Zach Gowan/Roddy Piper angle as Piper's lackey. As the only person in the angle who could actually work, O'Haire took all the bumps and quickly ceased to be intimidating, then ceased to be over.