Follow TV Tropes


Characters / WCW Final Years

Go To

Main Index |Crockett Era| WCW-NWA Era | Bischoff Era | The Dungeon Of Doom | nWo Invasion Era | The nWo |WCW Final Years| Nitro Girls, Female Wrestlers and Valets | Managers | Announcers, Commentators and Authority Figures

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.

    open/close all folders 


3 Count -

Evan Karagias (Evan Kavagias) (1997-2001)

Shane Helms (Gregory Shane Helms), 1999-2001)

Shannon Moore, (1999-2001)


Tank Abbott (David Lee Abbott, 1999-2001)

Air Raid -

Air Paris (Frank Parris, 2001)

AJ Styles (Alan Neal Jones, 2001)

Mike Awesome (Michael Lee Alfonso, 2000-2001)


Chris Candido (Christopher Raulvtvtuy Candito, 2000-2001)

Crowbar (Christopher "Chris" Ford) 1999-2001


The Demon (Dale Torborg) 1998-2001

Shane Douglas (Troy Shane Martin, 1989-1990, 1992-1993, 1999-2001)


"Angry" Alan Funk/Kwee Wee (Alan Funk, 1999-2001)


Jung Dragons

Kaz Hayashi (林 和広, Hayashi Kazuhiro, 1997-2001)

Yang (James Carson Yun, 2000-2001)

Jamie-San / Jamie Noble (James Howard Gibson, 2000-2001)


Kid Romeo (Sam Loman, 1999, 2001)

Kronik -

Brian Adams (Brian Keith Adams 1998-2001),

Bryan Clarke (Bryan Emmeth Clarke 1990, 1997-2001)


Lash LeRoux/Corporal Cajun (Johnathan Mark LeRoux, 1998-2001)


The Mamalukes

Big Vito (Vito LoGrasso 1999-2001)

Johnny the Bull (John Hugger 1999-2001)
L-R: Johnny, Vito


The Natural Born Thrillers

Mike Sanders (Michael Edwin Neil Sanders 1998-2001)

Chuck Palumbo (Charles "Chuck" Palumbo 1998-2001)

Shawn Stasiak (Dr. Shawn Emile Stipich, 2000-2001)

Sean O'Haire (Sean Christopher Haire, 2000-2001)

Mark Jindrak (Mark Robert Jindrak, 2000-2001)

Reno (Richard "Rick" Cornell 1999-2001)

Johnny the Bull (John Hugger 1999-2001)
L-R, Back Row: Palumbo, Jindrak, O'Haire, Stasiak. L-R, Front Row: Johnny, Sanders, Reno


Elix Skipper (1999-2001)

Lance Storm (Lance Evers, 2000-2001)


Vampiro (Ian Richard Hodgkinson, 1998-2000)


The Wall / Sgt. AWOL (Jerry Tuite, 1999-2001)


How well does it match the trope?

Example of:


Media sources: