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    Post Blast from the past Beckett WCW Autograph prices

    I had an old Beckett from 1999 that included minor league, vintage, Starting Lineups, etc. But it also contains early pricing on a lot of wrestling stuff. Here's the book values for the WCW autographs.

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    Im pretty sure I had the same beckett. The good ol days.
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    aaahhh... The nostalgia. Beckett was so much better back then. Not only could you find wrestling cards listed, but you could actually find sports cards as well. Just my opinion... Thanks for the scan pwaldo.

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    Thanks for the scan, I'd have no problem in paying those prices for those cards, today. lol. Most people always rank WCW/ECW second to WWF/E. I've come to realize WCW wasn't all that bad. They had good ppv's in the early 90s, Nitro beat Raw for awhile, they invented the market for wrestling video games. And now look at this old WCW autograph set, gaining a lot of value as it get's older because older fans, such as myself, long for these days of wrestling. Excuse me... "sports entertainment"... *rolls eyes*. Hey Vince, how about your rename it to, EntertainmentMania!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeppelin1985 View Post
    Thanks for the scan, I'd have no problem in paying those prices for those cards, today. lol. Most people always rank WCW/ECW second to WWF/E. I've come to realize WCW wasn't all that bad. They had good ppv's in the early 90s, Nitro beat Raw for awhile, they invented the market for wrestling video games. And now look at this old WCW autograph set, gaining a lot of value as it get's older because older fans, such as myself, long for these days of wrestling. Excuse me... "sports entertainment"... *rolls eyes*. Hey Vince, how about your rename it to, EntertainmentMania!
    I liked WCW too but near the end they got god awful. They were flipping Goldberg, Hogan, Sting, and DDP to good guy/bad guy every other show. It was just unwatchable. Then everyone got hurt or left and they had nobody on the roster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwaldo View Post
    I liked WCW too but near the end they got god awful. They were flipping Goldberg, Hogan, Sting, and DDP to good guy/bad guy every other show. It was just unwatchable. Then everyone got hurt or left and they had nobody on the roster.
    No doubt about what you said in bold, up above! I was referring to the early & mid 90s WCW. Most average fans only remember WCW from when the NWO first debuted, on-ward. I don't know why Vince didn't think it'd be a good idea to keep it quiet that he bought WCW and have someone else run it as a separate entity. It could've been done, no? Wouldn't he have been making more money that way, anyways? Or maybe his ego wouldn't allow this, which is why what happened... happened. I think that is the biggest botch of all-time..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeppelin1985 View Post
    No doubt about what you said in bold, up above! I was referring to the early & mid 90s WCW. Most average fans only remember WCW from when the NWO first debuted, on-ward. I don't know why Vince didn't think it'd be a good idea to keep it quiet that he bought WCW and have someone else run it as a separate entity. It could've been done, no? Wouldn't he have been making more money that way, anyways? Or maybe his ego wouldn't allow this, which is why what happened... happened. I think that is the biggest botch of all-time..
    Yeah Vince is a good businessman but he has a HUGE ego. There was no way he would let WCW go on because it would have killed him if WWF ended up getting beat in the ratings.
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