Re: WCWs late 98 early 2000 roster was pretty damn good... too bad
Things just got really STALE. The NWO thing went on for way too long. They really blew it with the Hogan-Sting match at the end of 97 or early 98, whenever it was. Sting should've went over clean, the NWO should've imploded, and that should've been the end of the NWO.
Goldberg's rise was about the only thing they did well. Hart was misused, and some of the older NWO guys should've been phased out(Hogan and Nash were done) and newer stars like Jericho, Benoit, Guerrero should've been elevated.
They had a lot of upcoming talent and a lot of veteran big names, but nothing was done well.....it was just a big mish-mash of pointless shit happening that served no purpose in moving the company forward. Meanwhile the WWE was thriving with newer and younger stars like The Rock and HHH, veterans that were repackaged and were elevated like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick Foley, and established veteran stars like the Undertaker. They had a good mix and used them well.
Last edited by LBGetBack; 09-14-2012 at 03:49 PM.