There's a group that comes out with Adam Rose, I don't get the friggin point of this whole gimmick, it reminds me of Fandango and that was crap also. I want to be entertained by Wrestling, not dancing or party antics. See below (The video does not belong to me, I take no responsibility for it).
So let's quit with the bull crap dance offs and trading of women over twitter (Fandango lost Summer Rae over twitter and that's about all they said about that (insert Forrest Gump voice over). WWE has 1 Heel (bad guy) that's legitimate right now and it's not Wade Barrett, it's Rusev, he gets the most heat, plain and simple. Great job bringing back the same crap storyline from 1990 with Hogan vs. Iron Sheik, we're at war with his country or on the verge of it, whatever, so let's draw heat from that. Other than that, there's nobody gaining the right heat, Barrett is hurt so he's drawing no heat and will get a face reaction when he returns. The Wyatts are hit and miss, if Bray is with them they get a good guy feel, if he's not, the other two have a creep you out factor that makes them a heel. JBL is probably the best heel they have right now and he's an announcer. Everyone else is in a tweener type roll including the authority who put Vickie Guerrero over for her finale, great heel job.
On a more positive note, Sting has been moved from the WCW Alumni page to the active Superstars section as seen here. He cut a promo for a 2k video game, it's seen below. I wish TNA had WWE's financial backing since the in ring product is so much better. WWE's product is full of moves that allow the guys a break in the ring. If you can't go 5 minutes in the ring without needing a breather, then hell, why do you lift all them weights? I'm going to put a counter up from Raw this week vs. TNA this week to see how many rest holds per match there are, I think the results will be staggering. If you're not familiar with the term rest hold, it means where the athletes lock up in a head lock or other non submission move that allows them to catch their breathe. This becomes stagnant when it's every other move. No wonder the crowd isn't behind anything WWE does other than Daniel Bryan, the Uso's, and Dolph Ziggler, the guys that keep moving and keep it... dun dun dun... ENTERTAINING... remember that word, it's from your acronym WWE World Wrestling ENTERTAINMENT... 4 guys on a roster of over 30, way to go.
I'll have more later but with the huge top 50 list below already done I need to hit the sack, so enjoy the rest of this and I'll be back again soon.
On a side note, WWE.com has posted the top 50 Superstars from WCW and I wanted to list them here for convenience as I was a huge WCW guy, hated WWF/WWE back in the day after WCW got hot. Here's the list
#50 Jeff Jarrett
#49 Juventud Guerrera
#48 Dennis Rodman (are you serious?) (sided with nWo Black and white)
#46 Larry Zbysko
#45 Kanyon (a.k.a. Mortis)
#44 Bobby Eaton
#43 Perry Saturn
#42 Dustin Rhodes (Later known as Goldust in WWE and a member of the Wolfpack for like a minute, literally).
#41 Bret "The Hitman" Hart (this list did not include his endeavors in WWE and what he accomplished there. Member of the nWo off and on).
#40 Kevin Sullivan
#39 Curt Hennig (a.k.a. Mr. Perfect in WWF, member of the nWo black and white, joined the Wolfpack then defected back to the black and white. - RIP)
#38 Michael "P.S." Hayes (P.S. means Purely Sexy in case you were wondering)
#37 Cactus Jack (a.k.a. Mick Foley, Dude Love, and Mankind)
#36 Ultimo Dragon (one of the best luchadore wrestlers I ever saw)
#35 Lord Steven Regal (seems biased that he's this high in my opinion)
#34 Konnan (K-Dawg in the Wolfpack)
#33 Terry Funk (A hardcore legend with Mick Foley, go here to see some not for children stuff)
#32 Lance Storm
#31 The Great Muta (nWo b&w member)
#30 Raven (such a contrast to who the wrestler was in real life)
#29 Billy Kidman (Possibly the best cruiser-weight not named Rey Mysterio, Jr.)
#28 Buff Bagwell (a.k.a. Marcus Alexander Bagwell for a bit, member of the nWo black and white)
#27 Chris Jericho (I still wish he did the Walls of Jericho move like he did the Lion Tamer back in WCW). (Congrats on winning versus Bray Wyatt tonight at Battlegrounds).
#26 Rick Rude (member of both nWo's, but was primarily a b&w member - RIP).
#25 Eric Bischoff - guess we're counting guys who barely took bumps
#24 Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (Simply amazing, youtube some of his matches)
#23 Barry Windham (best at floating over for a pin)
#22 Rey Mysterio (Best Luchadore in the world, hands down)
#21 Rick Steiner
#20 "Flyin" Brian Pillman (RIP Brian)
#19 The Giant (a.k.a. Big Show in WWE, nWo b&w member)
#18 Eddie Guerrero (RIP Eddie, one of the best lucha style guys ever)
#17 Arn Anderson (4 Horseman member in their best incarnation that I remember, him, Malenko, Benoit, and of course Flair).
#16 Ron Simmons (a.k.a. Farooq I believe)
#15 "Stunning" Steve Austin (Yes, the man that became Stone Cold Steve Austin, part of the Hollywood Blondes with Brian Pillman)
#14 Sid (Hey WWE, want a Heel, go watch film of this guy, then recreate, it'd be better than Bad News Barrett).
#13 Dean Malenko (4 Horseman "Man of a Thousand Holds")
#12 Scott Hall (a.k.a. Razor Ramone in WWF/WWE and member of The Outsiders with Kevin Nash in the Wolfpack, founding member of the entire nWo with Nash and Hollywood Hulk Hogan)
#11 Big Van Vader (some of the best feuds in the WCW were him and Sting).
#10 Scott Steiner (a.k.a. Big Poppa Pump, member of the best tag team in history, The Steiner Brothers with his brother Rick, member of the nWo b&w)
Now for the Elimination Chamber, OMG moments! (Go to about the 2:10 mark for Goldberg.)
#3 "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan - A ton of great feuds throughout his career, from Andre the Giant, to Ultimate Warrior, then on to Sting, he helped forge the foundation for modern wrestling, love him or hate, you have to understand that.
#2 Ric Flair (founder of the 4 Horsemen, 17 time champion or something ridiculous like that, the "Nature Boy" loved to style and profile).
There is no face more recognizable or more closely associated with WCW than the man called Sting. Making his NWA/WCW debut in 1987, The Stinger remained with the Atlanta-based organization until it was acquired by WWE in 2001. Dubbed “The Franchise of WCW,” Sting was one of the few major stars to never join WWE, remaining one of WCW’s most popular grapplers throughout his career. Once sporting colorful face-paint and ring attire, the charismatic competitor went through a drastic transformation in 1996, becoming a silent avenger of WCW as The nWo’s power expanded. With his baseball bat in tow, Sting descended from the rafters to disrupt the plans of “Hollywood” Hogan and the nefarious faction.
Throughout his tenure, The Stinger amassed six WCW World Titles, three WCW Tag Team Championships, two WCW International World Titles and two United States Championships before battling his longtime rival Ric Flair on the final Nitro. — K.P.
He is, was, and always will be my favorite wrestler, from the neon colored version, to the crow version, the Wolfpack, even the TNA Heath Ledger Joker version. He has signed with WWE in some capacity and they've finally shown a promo for him, at least for their newest video game, WWE 2K15, that video is below as well as one from WCW. He alone went to war against the nWo when it first came out, and well, it made for the best storyline I've ever seen in the business. Enjoy.
And there's the top 50 of WCW per WWE.com, mind you I feel they left off a few guys, like Glacier, the Barbarian, and since Rodman made the list and Bischoff, where's Mean Gene, Mike Tenay, or Tony Schiavone? Anyway, that's a wrap for tonight, I hope you all enjoyed this one, and in the words of Stone Cold Steve Austin, I'll catch your ass down the road!