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Characters: WCW Managers
Lists the various ring-side managers throughout WCW. Please limit associated tropes to the individual's time in WCW.


Crockett Era Managers (1982-1988)

Jim Cornette (James Mark "Jim" Cornette) 1986-1990

James "J.J." Dillon (James Morrison, 1982-1988, 1997-1998)

Paul Ellering, (1986-1990)

Sir Oliver Humperdink/Big Daddy Dink (John Sutton, 1982-1983, 1988-1992)

Paul Jones (Paul Frederick, 1982-1988)

NWA-WCW Era Managers (1988-1993)

Paul E. Dangerously (Paul Heyman) 1988-1992

Teddy Long (Theodore Rufus Long. 1985-1996)

Bischoff Era Managers (1993-1996)

The Assassin (Jody Hamilton) 1983-1984, 1993-2001note 

Col. Robert Parker (Robert Welch, 1993-1998)

Jimmy Hart (Jimmy Ray Hart, 1994-2001

The Master (King Curtis Iaukea) 1995

nWo Invasion Era Managers (1996-1999)

James Vandenberg (James Mitchell) 1997-1998

Sonny Onoo (Kazuo Onoo, 1995-1999)

Ralphus (John Riker, 1998-2001)

Managers of the Final Years (1999-2000)

Tony Marinara (Charles John Spencer)

  • American Accents: Noo Yawk
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: His last appearance came at the 2000 Souled Out pay-per-view. In an interview with Gene Okerlund, he said he had to take care of some business and then left, never to appear in WCW again.
  • Loan Shark: Came to WCW in the first place with the Mamalukes to get Disco Inferno to pay the money he borrowed.
  • The Mafia
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