WCW Worldwide Wrestling ran in one form or another from 1975-2001,
though it was originally part of the Jim Crockett Promotions brand. The
show adopted the WCW name when Eric Bischoff took over creative control
in the 1990s. Each 60-minute episode was packed with professional
wrestling action. Everyone from Dutch Mantell to Terry Funk appeared on
some version of the show. Older episodes of WCW Worldwide Wrestling have
been rerun from time to time, but the show ceased production when the
WWE purchased the last vestige of World Championship Wrestling.