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Lists the various wrestlers active during the nWo Invasion Era, from 1996 through 1999. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WCW.

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Chris Adams 1997-1999


Bam Bam Bigelow (Scott Charles Bigelow) 1988, 1990, 1998-2001

Blitzkrieg (Jay Ross, 1999)
  • Beyond the Impossible: In one of his first matches on Nitro, Bobby Heenan (who, remember, was a heel commentator) said with amazement "I wouldn't have thought it was possible, but this guy's even faster than Rey Misterio, Jr.!"
  • Cool Mask: See the image to the right.
  • I Have the High Ground: His finisher was a stardust press (corkscrew 450 splash).
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Prior to his proper TV debut, WCW had taped what they called a "Festival de Lucha" that would have aired on Telemundo as WCW's answer to WWE's Super Astros show. The event never aired. Blitzkrieg was in two six-man tag matches and won them both.
    • In his first WCW appearance, Blitzkrieg teamed with fellow SoCal wrestler Super Dragon. In an interview he gave years later, Super Dragon described how when they got back to the locker room, Psicosis and Juventud Guerrera, both highly talented and respected workers, approached Blitzkrieg and started marking out over how awesome he was. Now that's an impressive debut.
  • Parts Unknown: "The Cosmos"


David Flair (David Richard Fliehr) 1998-2001


Glacier (Ray Lloyd, 1996-1999)

Goldberg (William Scott "Bill" Goldberg) 1997-2001

Juventud Guerrera (Eduardo Aníbal González Hernández) 1996-2000

  • Cool Mask
  • Expy: Inspired by an insult from The Rock, Juvi adopted a gimmick "The Juice," which was basically The Rock's gimmick with the twist being that The Juice would get the name of the town they were in wrong.
  • Masked Luchador: Until he lost it to Jericho at WCW SuperBrawl VIII.
  • Meaningful Name: His name translates into 'Youth Warrior'.
  • Odd Couple: His short-lived tag team with Van Hammer that came about due to both of them feuding with Raven's Flock.
  • Power Stable: The Latino World Order (LWO), the Filthy Animals and the New Blood.
  • Wrestling Family: Son to luchador, Fuerza Guerrera.

Chavo Guerrero Jr. (Salvador Chavito Guerrero Llanes III) 1996-2001


Scott Hall (Scott Oliver Hall) 1989-1992, 1996-2000

Bret Hart 1997-2000

Hak (James Fullington) 1998-1999

Barry Horowitz 1998-2000



Marty Jannetty 1998

Jeff Jarrett (1996-1997, 1999-2001)

Chris Jericho (Christopher Keith Irvine, 1996-1999)


Billy Kidman (Peter Allen Gruner) 1996-2001


La Parka (Adolfo Margarito Tapia Ibarra) 1996-2000

Lenny Lane/Lenny/Lane (Leonard Carlson) 1996-2001

Lodi/Idol/Rave (Brad Cain) 1997-2001


Rick Martel 1997-1998

Ernest Miller (Ernest Clifford Miller) 1997-2001


Jim Neidhart, 1993, 1998

John Nord 1997-1998



"Rowdy" Roddy Piper (Roderick "Roddy" George Toombs) 1996-2000

Prince Iaukea (Michael Laauli "Mike" Hayner) 1995-2000


Raven (Scott Anthony Levy, 1992–1993, 1997-1999

Stevie Richards (Michael Steven Manna) 1997

Jacques Rougeau 1996-1997, 2000


Perry Saturn (Perry Arthur Satullo) 1997-2000

Sick Boy (Scott Vick) 1997-1999

Silver King (César Cuauhtémoc González Barrón) 1992, 1997-2000

Norman Smiley (Norman Anthony Smiley) 1990, 1997-2001


The Warrior (James Hellwig/WARRIOR) 1998

Mikey Whipwreck (Jonathan Mikey Watson) 1999

Wrath (Brian Emmeth Clarke) 1990, 1997-2001


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