My collection of WWE posters is compiled of the greatest wrestlers both past and present. I have posters dating back to when Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and The Iron Sheik were at their prime. Wrestling has evolved since that time but the posters themselves remain priceless.
Here are some of the wrestling superstars that have been added to my WWE posters collection.
Kane – In 1997 the world was introduced to The Undertaker’s brother Kane. These two rivals fought in the first ever Inferno Match. In less than a year Kane became the WWE Champion defeating Stone Cold Steve Austin at the 1998 King of the Ring. This seven-foot-tall big red monster has proven he’s a force to be reckoned with.
Goldberg - This superstar from the WCW captivated fans in the late 90’s as he defeated Hulk Hogan for the title at the Georgia dome. We thought we saw the last of Goldberg when the WCW was bought out by the WWE. After years of exile he made his comeback at Wrestlemania XIX and has since held the title as heavyweight championship of the WWE.
Scott Steiner –Big Poppa Pump, The Big Bad Booty Daddy, The Genetic Freak and Freakzilla are all names Scott Steiner has earned in his career at the WWE. When he came onto the scene he was a hot commodity. RAW general manager Eric Bischoff and Stephanie McMahon from Smackdown waged war to bring him over to their sides. At 6’2, 255 pounds he has a body to kill and has become the suplex master of the WWE.
When Brock Lesnar defeated The Rock at SummerSlam he became the youngest undisputed champion the WWE has ever produced. He proved he was a powerhouse when he defeated the 500 pound Big Show finishing him off with his signature move, the deadly F-5.
Kurt Angle – This Olympic Gold medalist from Pittsburgh has won it all! He took the King of the Ring title in 2000 and has since taken the WWE Championship from The Rock at No Mercy and beating out Stone Cold Steve Austin in 2001. Since then he has teamed up with Chris Benoit to win the tournament and become the tag-team champions.
Eddie Guerrero won the Intercontinental Championship at Backlash upon his return to the WWE. Known for his signature finisher Frog Splash move he’s been known to use whatever means possible to win his matches.