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WCW Worldwide Wrestling 

World Wide Wrestling (original title)
This nationally syndicated pro wrestling series ran from 1975 to 2001. Launched by producer Jim Crockett Jr., the show was initially shot at the studios of WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North ... See full summary »
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Tony Schiavone ...
David Crockett ...
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 Ric Flair / ... 4 episodes, 1983-1991
Arn Anderson ...
Paul Jones ...
Ed McDaniel ...
Richard Blood ...
 Ricky Steamboat 2 episodes, 1983-1993
Tommy Rich ...
Kevin Sullivan ...
 Kevin Sullivan 2 episodes, 1983-1991
Bob Caudle ...
Jody Hamilton ...
 The Assassin 2 episodes, 1983
Gary Hart ...
Rufus R. Jones ...
Mike Rotunda ...
Dick Slater ...
 Dick Slater 2 episodes, 1983
Jimmy Valiant ...
Larry Pfohl ...
Barry Windham ...
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Brian Pillman ...
 Flyin' Bryan Pillman 2 episodes, 1991-1993
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 Teddy Long 2 episodes, 1991
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 Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan / ... 2 episodes, 1998-2000
Scott Hudson ...
 Himself - Host / ... 2 episodes, 2000-2001
Johnny Weaver ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
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 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Jack Brisco ...
 Jack Brisco 1 episode, 1983
Barbara Clary ...
 Herself 1 episode, 1983
Jim Crockett Jr. ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Dory Funk Jr. ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Eddie Gilbert ...
 Tommy Gilbert 1 episode, 1983
Frank Goodish ...
 Bruiser Brody 1 episode, 1983
Ray Hernandez ...
 Assassin #2 1 episode, 1983
Barry Horowitz ...
 Brett Hart 1 episode, 1983
Arman Hussian ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Mark Lewin ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Bugsy McGraw ...
 Bugsy McGraw 1 episode, 1983
Angelo Mosca ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
Bob Orton ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1983
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 Rowdy Roddy Piper 1 episode, 1983
Gordon Solie ...
Ole Anderson ...
Tully Blanchard ...
 Himself - The Four Horsemen 1 episode, 1987
James J. Dillon ...
 Himself - The Four Horsemen 1 episode, 1987
Robert Gibson ...
 Himself - The Rock N Roll Express 1 episode, 1987
Nikita Koloff ...
Ricky Morton ...
 Himself - The Rock N Roll Express 1 episode, 1987
Dusty Rhodes ...
 Himself - commentator 2 episodes, 1987-2001
Gilbert Cannatella ...
 Gil Cannatella 1 episode, 1990
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 Honest John 1 episode, 1990
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 Sid Vicious 1 episode, 1991
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 Himself 1 episode, 1991
Curtis Hughes ...
 Mr. Hughes 1 episode, 1991
Brad James ...
 Brad Armstrong 1 episode, 1991
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 Johnny B. Badd 1 episode, 1991
Harley Race ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1991
Bruce Reed ...
 Butch Reed 1 episode, 1991
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 Michael Hayes 1 episode, 1991
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 Himself 1 episode, 1991
Rick Steiner ...
 Rick Steiner 1 episode, 1991
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 Scott Steiner 1 episode, 1991
Tom Zenk ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1991
Erik Watts ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1993
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 'Stunning' Steve Austin 1 episode, 1993
Fred Avery ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1993
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 Eric Bischoff 1 episode, 1993
Keith Cole ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1993
Shane Douglas ...
 Shane Douglas 1 episode, 1993
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 Vinnie Vegas 1 episode, 1993
Larry Whistler ...
 Larry Zybyzko 1 episode, 1993
Yoshihiro Asai ...
 Ultimo Dragon 1 episode, 1998
Mark Ashford-Smith ...
 Mark Starr 1 episode, 1998
Jerry Brenneman ...
 Jerry Flynn 1 episode, 1998
Bobby Eaton ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1998
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 Himself 1 episode, 1998
Marty Jannetty ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1998
Joey Magliano ...
 Joey Maggs 1 episode, 1998
Rick Martel ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1998
Todd Passmore ...
 Barry Houston 1 episode, 1998
Bobby Smedley ...
 Bobby Blaze 1 episode, 1998
Adolfo Tapia ...
 La Parka 1 episode, 1998
Bobby Walker ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1998
Rick Wilson ...
 The Renegade 1 episode, 1998
William Worthey ...
 William Worthy 1 episode, 1998
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Matt Bentley ...
 Mike Shane 1 episode, 2000
Dave Canal ...
 Fidel Sierra 1 episode, 2000
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 Himself 1 episode, 2000
Jeannie Durso ...
 Little Jeannie 1 episode, 2000
Ed Ferrara ...
 Oklahoma 1 episode, 2000
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 Jamie Howard 1 episode, 2000
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 Himself - 3 Count 1 episode, 2000
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 Evan Karagias - 3 Count 1 episode, 2000
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 The Maestro 1 episode, 2000
Shannon Moore ...
 Himself - 3 Count 1 episode, 2000
Todd Shane ...
 Himself 1 episode, 2000
Rhonda Sing ...
 Rhonda Singh 1 episode, 2000
Dale Torborg ...
 The Demon 1 episode, 2000
Jimmy Yun ...
 Yun Yang 1 episode, 2000
Mike Tenay ...
 Himself - Host 1 episode, 2001
Gene Anderson ...
 Himself (1975-1985) unknown episodes
Bob Windham ...
 Blackjack Mulligan (1975-1983) unknown episodes
Charlie Fulton ...
 Himself (1975-1982) unknown episodes
Abe Jacobs ...
 Himself (1975-1982) unknown episodes
Swede Hanson ...
 Himself (1975-1981) unknown episodes
Tim Woods ...
 Himself (1975-1980) unknown episodes
Don Jardine ...
 The Spoiler (1975) unknown episodes
Johnny Valentine ...
 Himself (1975) unknown episodes
Greg Valentine ...
 Himself (1976-1984) unknown episodes
Bill Eadie ...
 The Masked Superstar (1976-1981) unknown episodes
Nick Bockwinkel ...
 Himself (1978-1979) unknown episodes
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 Himself (1978) unknown episodes
Bobo Brazil ...
 Himself (1978) unknown episodes
Ray Stevens ...
 Himself (1979-1982) unknown episodes
Jim Brunzell ...
 Himself (1979-1980) unknown episodes
Buddy Rogers ...
 Himself (1979-1980) unknown episodes
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 The Iron Sheik (1980-1982) unknown episodes
Terry Allen ...
 Himself (1984-1992) unknown episodes
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Matt Osborne ...
 Big Josh (1991) unknown episodes
Tom Brandi ...
 Johnny Gunn (1992) unknown episodes
Marcus Bagwell ...
 Himself (1993-2001) 2 episodes, 2000-2001
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This nationally syndicated pro wrestling series ran from 1975 to 2001. Launched by producer Jim Crockett Jr., the show was initially shot at the studios of WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina. It moved to WPCQ-TV studios in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1981. By 1983, the show began taping on the road, hitting most major cities in the United States. Written by Anonymous

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In the beginning
15 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

NWA World Wide Wrestling originally was a small time pro wrestling show filmed out of the TV studios of WRAL and WPCQ in Raliegh and Charlotte, North Carolina respectively from 1975 till 1983. World Wide Wrestling moved into larger Coliseums under Jim Crockett Promotions lead by Jim Crockett Junior and his brother David Crockett. The shows were filmed during the week, edited to one hour, transmitted to the local "Big 3" stations, and finally shown on TV across America. By decades end the NWA was in dire straights as Jim Crockett tried to compete with Vince McMahon who during the 1980's broke from the traditional "Wrestling Territory System" went and turned WWF into a big time corporate sports entertainment company making deals with MTV USA Network and NBC. And he systematically slaughtered the competition with his WWF Product. Jim Crockett Promotions eventually sold out to Ted Turner and World Wide Wrestling survived under Ted Turner and Eric Bischoff as they moved the show off the road to Disney MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida. World Wide from then on became a shell of it's once great self and was then finally turned into what WWF Superstars of Wrestling eventually became a "Recap Show". World Wide Wrestling was officially the last official broadcast program of WCW the weekend that followed the buy out of WCW from Time Warner/AOL to Vince McMahon and WWF.


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