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WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling Character Select Screen - Super Nintendo 
Not only do you get to hear all of the wrestlers yelling their signature taunts (including Rick Steiner’s, “IT’S NOT MAH FAULT!”), but you also get to read each character’s short bio written for the game. Did you know that Johnny B. Badd was a five-time state boxing champion and that his finisher was called the Tutti Frutti Left Hook?!
WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling - Super Nintendo 
I always had a soft spot for WCW games due to it being the league that first got me into wrestling. This game wasn’t too terrible, but I remember the highlight being the weird character select screen that had the wrestlers screaming their catchphrases whenever you highlighted them.
Plus, it was the only wrestling game out there that had the Little Richard impersonator/wrestler, Johnny B. Badd!
Meltzer rating: Five out of five stars.
WCW Mayhem Advert [August 1999]
While I do appreciate EA’s attempt at delivering a solid WCW experience after picking up the license from the wrestling video game Gods over at AKI and THQ, WCW Mayhem was just terrible all around. The fully motion-captured movesets and realistic wrestler models were the highlight of the title, but everything else down to how the character’s stood naturally was just a bit too rough around the edges.
I fully expected the series to get better with a sequel, but EA ended up making something that was even worse than before — the wrestling video game without an actual wrestling ring, WCW Backstage Assault.