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Lists the various wrestlers active during the Bischoff Era, from 1993 through 1996. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WCW.

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Avalanche/The Shark/John Tenta (John Tenta) 1994-1997


Chris Benoit (Christopher Michael "Chris" Benoit) 1995-2000

Booker T Booker Tio Huffman, Jr.) 1993-2001

The Boss/The Guardian Angel/Big Bubba Rogers/Ray Traylor (Raymond Walter "Ray" Traylor, Jr.) 1985-1987, 1993-1998

Brother Bruti/The Butcher/The Zodiac/The Booty Man/The Disciple/etc. (Ed Harrison Leslie) 1994-1999

Bunkhouse Buck (James Golden), 1994-1997

  • Ain't No Rule: His Finishing Move was often a big boot. Bunkhouse was smaller than most wrestlers who use the big boot, but he wore cowboy boots that were said to make the big boot more damaging than it would have been - however there was no rule against wearing cowboy boots in the ring.
  • Ascended Extra: Most of his time in WCW was spent as a jobber-to-the-stars, but in '95 he had a brief tag team title reign alongside Dick Slater.
  • Badass Longcoat: Subverted - he wore a pale tan duster to the ring that made him look more slovenly than badass.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: The commentators always made it a point to mention that fistfighting Bunkhouse was a bad idea.
  • The Pig-Pen: Noted to literally stink, mainly because he wore winter underwear all the time.
  • Tag Team: Never did much by himself, but in addition to his run with Dick Slater, he had some quasi-successful tag team runs with Arn Anderson and Mike Enos.


Disco Inferno (Glenn Gilbertti) 1995-2001

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (James Edward "Jim" Duggan) 1994-2001


The Equalizer/Dave "Evad" Sullivan (William Dannenhauer) 1993-1996


"Fit" Finlay (David John Finlay, Jr.) 1996-2001

The Final/Ultimate Solution (Robert Alexander Swenson, Jr.) 1996



The Giant (Paul Donald Wight II) 1995-1999

Eddie Guerrero (Eduardo Gory "Eddie" Guerrero Llanes) 1995-2000


"Hollywood" Hulk Hogan (Terrence Gene "Terry" Bollea) 1994-2000

The Honky Tonk Man (Roy Wayne Farris) 1994


Ice-Train/M.I. Smooth (Harold Hoag) 1993-1997, 2000-2001


Kamala the Ugandan Giant (James Harper Harris) 1995

Chris Kanyon (a.k.a Mortis, Chris "Champagne" Kanyon and "Positively" Kanyon) (Christopher Klucsaritis) 1995-2001

Konnan (Carlos Santiago Espada Moises) 1990, 1996-2001


Jean-Paul Levesque (Paul Michael Levesque) 1994-1995

Jushin Thunder Liger (山田恵一 Yamada Keiichi) 1991-1999

Loch Ness (Martin Ruane) 1996



Dean Malenko (Shelly Dean Simon) 1995-2000

Steve "Mongo" McMichael, 1995-1999

Meng (Tonga 'Uli'uli Fifita) 1994-2001

Mr. JL (Jerry Lynn) 1995-1997

Rey Mysterio Jr. (Oscar Gutierrez) 1996-2001

Hugh Morrus/General Hugh G. Rection (William Charles "Bill" DeMott II]]) 1995-2001

Maxx Muscle (John Czawlytko) 1995-1997


The Nasty Boys - Jerry Sags (Jerome Saganovich) 1990, 1993-1997, Brian Knobbs (Brian Yandrisovitz) 1990, 1993-1997, 1999-2001


The Patriot (Del Wilkes) 1994-1995

Maxx Payne (Daryl Peterson) 1993-1994

Sgt. Craig Pittman (1993-1997)

Psicosis (Dionicio Castellanos Torres) 1996-2000

The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge [Michael Durham] and "Flyboy" Rocco Rock [Theodore James "Ted" Petty]) 1996-1998, 1999


Lord Steven Regal (Darren Kenneth Matthews), 1992-1998, 1999-2000

The Renegade (Richard Wilson) 1995-1998

Scotty Riggs (Scott Antol) 1993-1999

Paul Roma (Paul Centopani) 1993-1995


Sabu (Terry Michael Brunk) 1995

Randy Savage (Randall Mario "Randy" Poffo) 1994-2000

"Jungle" Jim Steele (Jim Rocha) 1993-1994
  • Expy: WCW's second attempt (after Van Hammer and before the Renegade) to create their own version of the Ultimate Warrior. In this case, UW crossed with Tarzan.
  • Finishing Move: Steele Trap.
  • Jobber: Pretty much. He had one PPV match, a loss to the Equalizer at WCW SuperBrawl IV, and didn't get too many opportunities after that.

Stevie Ray (Lash Rushay Huffman) 1993-2001


Último Dragón (浅井 嘉浩, Asai Yoshihiro) 1996-1998


Alex Wright (Alexander Wright) 1994–2001



Z-Gangsta (Thomas "Tiny" Lister, Jr.) 1996


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