Question for your website

Its 13 years since wcw died. What do you remember about the final nitro? Here is the final nitro from youtube: 

The wwf raw from that night is on the network too.

I was paying so little attention to WCW at that point that I don't think I can even remember anything about the final Nitro outside of the Flair-Sting match.  Nitro was just never a part of my experience as a fan because we didn't get it in Canada, and so I never had any particular nostalgia for it like a lot of other people do.  I was much sadder about the end of WCW Saturday Night and Worldwide, for instance, shows that I had been weaned on as a fan since the 80s.  
I'll probably redo the RAW from that night pretty quick, though.  I've been wanting to revisit it.  

Asking for a Plug: WWE Network Screenshot Website

Hi Scott

Big fan of your work. Been reading the recaps for years.

Anyway, the network has given us a treasure trove of old wrestling shows and it's made me remember why I loved this shit so much growing up. Some of the visuals are just flat out ridiculous, so a buddy of mine and I started a website where we've begun collecting and posting screencaps that we've caught on the WWE Network. Here's the site:

http://wwenetworkcaps.tumblr.com/

Honestly, we started it for no other reason than that shit like this (from the '95 Rumble) needs to be documented:

http://wwenetworkcaps.tumblr.com/post/78781494903/this-photo-is-what-this-site-is-all-about-rumble

Asking for a plug and to let any of your readers know if they want to submit anything funny/interesting/etc. they catch on the network to send us an email at [email protected].

Thanks!

I would advise caution in publicizing this endeavor so that you don't get your ass sued off, personally.  But good luck.  

Fwd: Cena enagages in twitter war with WWE website

———- Forwarded message ——— Who knows is this is a work or not, but this series of tweets is kind of amusing.  It starts here: https://twitter.com/JohnCena/status/248517045417820160 Some #jackwagon from @wwe dotcom apparently posted me recovering in 14 days. I spoke in depth with my surgeon Dr James Andrews….And he specifically told me due to the amount of fragmentation, SIX WEEKS is a safer time table for recovery. I apologize on behalf of a Website whos credibility is now equal to #theonion please @wwe web guys, get your monkey frankin facts straight! ———————— Makes me wanna buy the PPV!   Oh wait, no it totally doesn't.