There are a lot to choose from but I just put down 10 of what I think are very obscure WCW wrestlers that you might not even know these people/gimmicks actually existed!
So let's get this obscurity party going!
When Hulk Hogan decided to leave WWF and go for WCW, some of his friends decided to hop on the bandwagon as well and one of them is Ed Leslie or better known as Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake.
Since WWF actually owns the rights to the gimmicks of The Barber at the time Leslie cannot use the gimmick outside of the company so WCW re-packaged him into a lot of bad gimmicks, such as:
Brother Bruti - basically a Hulk Hogan wannabe or a sidekick type of dude.
The Bootyman - a dude who shakes his butt to random people...this is worst than Miley Cyrus!
Butcher - just another generic wrestler, nothing special.
The Clipmaster - ripoff of The Barber gimmick only this time he uses clips.
The Disciple - another nWo member who never spoke!
The Man with No Face - Wait what?!
The Man with No Name - Who came up with his crap?!
And finally the one I chose for this list is; The Zodiac. In this gimmick he's a member of Kevin Sullivan's Dungeon of Doom stable, basically a group with a bunch of weirdos.
I don't know what The Zodiac is supposed to be other than being a zebra look-alike guy.
I think Ed Leslie would just like to erase all the memories he had in WCW. Poor old soul.
Karagias was a jobber at the beginning of his career in WCW. He would start with a whooping 8 wins and 50 losses in all of his televised matches!
Shockingly enough though in Mayhem 1999 he managed to win the Cruiserweight title by defeating Disco Inferno. But of course at that time the title wasn't as prestigious anymore.
Then at Starrcade 1999 he wrestled Madusa (aka Alundra Blayze) for the title and LOST! Look I ain't sexist or anything here but losing a match against a woman is definitely a quick burial of your career.
After that he would have then feud with Oklahoma (who's another obscure bad gimmick of WCW) which would lead him to nothing.
His last stint in WCW was in a "boy band" gimmick with Shannon Moore and Shane Helms (The Hurricane) known as 3 Count. Surprisingly they became WCW Hardcore Champion after pinning then champ; Brian Knobbs all at once! Yes folks, there were 3 men who won a single belt at the same time! Only in WCW.
After that Evan Karagias has fallen into obscurity.
Swoll as you would see in the image above portrayed the stereotypical black guy rapper/thug gimmick. He was actually involved and wrestled with a lot of big names at the time like Chris Jericho,Konnan,Rey Mysterio,Barry Windham and Curt Hennig.
The thing that probably made Swoll obscure is that he retired way too early due to physical problems.
He started off with a tag-team with fellow obscure superstar; David Flair with their valet Daffney. They would win the WCW Tag titles but quickly losing it to Big Vito and Johnny Bull.
Later on Crowbar co-won the Cruiserweight title with Daffney after defeating Chris Candido and Tamara Sytch (aka Sunny) in a mixed tag-team match. So to determine the "actual winner" of the belt Crowbar would have to face Daffney for the title.
So the match did happen and Daffney actually won after an interference from Chris Candido causing Crowbar the match. Daffney would then become the 2nd woman to win the Cruiserweight belt...great! (obvious sarcasm.)
After an almost never ending feud with David Flair (because of the tag-team partner betrays partner cliche) Crowbar would then set his sights for the Hardcore title multiple times! When he did won the belt he quickly lost it again this time to Terry Funk.
On 2001 Crowbar was fired. Apparently he still wrestles these days but don't be surprised if you see him packing your items in a Walmart around you.
So you think with such heritage he would be as great as his uncle? No. The Maestro never got a big match nor he wrestled some serious big name in WCW.
As his name would suggest, he likes orchestra music and would often have a "rich man" entrance. He's sort of a combination of Damien Sandow and Fandango only worst.
I also found out on a website that Maestro actually had a backstage confrontation with "Macho Man" Randy Savage before which would lead to his firing from the company. All I could say is.... LOL!
He also has a website in case you want to book him for whatever reason...I'm serious he does! thestro.com
The Harris Twins
They actually debut on WCW under the ring names; Gerald and Patrick which is at the time a shot at Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson who are Vince's close friends. (One of many Vince Russo's shitty ideas.)
In 2000 they joined the nWo and became Jeff Jarrett's bodyguards/enforcers. They did became 3 time tag-team champions but nobody remembered that.
After WCW's fallout, the brothers wrestled for a few years in WWE until retired permanently.
Kendall Windham is the son of Blackjack Mulligan and the brother of now WWE Hall of Famer; Barry Windham.
Before coming to WCW he wrestled on different promotions but never got big.
Kendall then came to WCW in 1997 and feuded with Chris Adams and Jim Duggan. He then entered the company's hardcore division and would have a brief feud with Hardcore Hak (who would later be known as The Sandman.)
In 1999 Kendall along with his brother Barry joined Curt Hennig and Bobby Duncum Jr. to form the West Texas Rednecks. They had a feud with the "No Limit Soldiers" (one of the members was mentioned earlier; Swoll.)
The feud didn't lasted longer and the angle was quickly dropped.
The Windham brothers would then win the WCW Tag titles over Harlem Heat only to lose it to them 3 weeks later.
After his release he would wrestle on other promotions such as AJPW but then just retired.
Horace would never come close to the success of his uncle. Hulk tried his best for his nephew to get known to everybody but it just didn't work.
Probably the only thing memorable about him is that he was a member of the nWo but never did anything big.
Horace then had a feud with David Flair which Vince Russo thought would be big but no one got interested in it.
He also competed in WCW's Hardcore division but never won the belt. After his WCW run he managed to be on WWE's developmental promotion but didn't last very long thus making him to return on indie promotions.
Lenny Lane & Lodi
There first stint was a very controversial tag-team known as "The West Hollywood Blondes" which they're depicted as a gay tag-team. They rarely won matches and the gimmick was dropped quickly.
Then they were re-packaged as "Standards and Practises" who are just another generic tag-team. The only good thing about this stint was the introduction of; Miss Hancock (aka Stacy Keibler.) Again they rarely won matches because of they would often get distracted by Miss Hancock's sexy dance.
And finally they became "2XS" they're a rockstar-like ripoff tag-team who always wear jeans (as seen on the photo above.) It was actually a decent team and probably the best of there gimmicks but it was short lived because they got released shortly after.
Nowadays Lenny Lane (who I tell you is not Chris Jericho's lost twin brother) still wrestles on various indie promotions while Lodi still occasionally wrestles and had overcome his battle with drugs.
Richard Cornell (aka Reno) was billed as a "legit fighter" who trained in the underground labs of Las Vegas. He was a member of The Natural Born Thrillers. A stable with a lot of obscure and failed superstars.
Reno would also be a part of WCW's Hardcore division. He was a one time hardcore champion but he never even won the belt, Mike Sanders just gave him the belt. He would then lose it to Crowbar.
After that he had a feud with Big Vito. They would feud because Reno supposedly dates Vito's sister. But this feud quickly ended after Vito finding out that him and Reno are actually brothers!
But wait... if Reno and Vito are brothers, then he's dating Vito's sister than that would mean... umm okay. Thank you Vince Russo.
Reno and Vito would then form a tag-team together and have a feud with KroniK. But the tag-team ended by guess what... Reno betrayed Vito! What a sudden turn of events!
When WCW ended on 2001, Reno faded into obscurity. He would wrestle a year more but would then fully retire in 2003. No one knows what he's doing these days but hopefully he's doing just fine.
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