Not too long ago, the WCW was the prime rival of the WWE. Although it would eventually end up not working out, it's clear that the WCW brought upon a ton of wonderful memories for wrestling fans. They had a great roster of fighters who would end up having marvelous careers. Thus, it makes a lot of sense that these wrestlers now are very rich today and have great car collections. However, some have used their funds to purchase absolute beaters.
In this article, we'll be looking at two former WCW wrestlers who drove beaters, as well as 18 who drive sick cars. It's important to note that the car manufacturers will vary immensely throughout the list, as well as the time periods they came from. Yet at the end of the day, it’s clear why these cars are either marvelous or complete and utter lemons.
Now, let’s get started!
20 Drives Sick Car: Bret Hart’s Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG
Bret Hart is a WWE legend, but people may forget he also starred in the WCW. His car of choice definitely is one we wish we could possess ourselves. He is sporting a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, which is among the best luxury cars out there. Thus, there is no question that Hart has fantastic taste when picking his automobiles.
19 Drives Sick Car: Steve Austin’s 1973 Chevrolet Camaro
Oh boy, Stone Cold Steve Austin. He was an electrifying wrestler known for his big personality. Today, he may not be in the ring, but he still carries a strong level of flashiness with his 1973 Chevrolet Camaro. There is no question that this is among the best vehicles of all-time. Therefore, we must deem it as a sick car.
18 Drives Sick Car: Chris Jericho’s Lamborghini Aventador
Chris Jericho is one of the few former WCW wrestlers who are still active today. Thus, he is still making a lot of money. He is using his funds to purchase marvelous cars, as evidenced by his Lamborghini Aventador. This is an absolute monster of a sports car, which is why he opted to add it to his ever growing collection.
17 Drives Sick Car: Booker T’s Bugatti Veyron
Booker T is one of the best wrestlers in the history of the WCW. When it comes to his vehicle of choice, it's nice to see that he sports a Bugatti Veyron. These cars are not only very fast, but are built in an extremely strong manner. Therefore, they tend to last their owners for a long of period of time, so they are worth the investment.
16 Drives Sick Car: Sting’s 1956 Chevrolet Nomad
Sting was one of the primary faces of the WCW and will always be a fan favorite. He is a man who also cherishes older vehicles, as he currently has a 1956 Chevrolet Nomad among his collection. One has to admire this selection, as it clearly is one of the top classic cars one can buy this time. Also, they do not come cheap at all.
15 Drives Sick Car: Goldberg’s 1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible
Goldberg is another legend of the WCW and wrestling fans wish he was still a regular fighter. However, he can be seen today riding around his 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible. This is a fast car with a marvelous style to it. There is no question that us car enthusiasts would love to possess one, but alas, we're not so lucky.
14 Drives Sick Car: Big Show’s Range Rover Land Rover
The Big Show is a wrestler who was a major star since his days in the WCW. It is understandable that he's been able to make a lot of money over the last few decades. He used it well when it comes to buying his car, as he currently drives a very dependable Range Rover Land Rover.
13 Drives Sick Car: Eric Bischoff’s Rolls-Royce Ghost
Eric Bischoff is a king in the history of the WCW, as he was the mastermind behind its success. This has allowed him to make such a high amount of money. He uses it well with his cars, as his most notable one is his Rolls-Royce Ghost. This car is the prime definition of luxury and one that all of us would be willing to drive in a heartbeat.
12 Drives Sick Car: Eddie Guerrero’s Buick
The late Eddie Guerrero was known for his low rider Buick cars. It became a part of his wrestling identity because of this. There is no question that he possessed a very high level of style when he would drive them. At the end of the day, it's a shame that we'll never see him ride his Buick collection again.
11 Drives Sick Car: Scott Steiner’s Chevrolet Tahoe
Scott Steiner is remembered for his massive muscles and eccentric personality. So, in a sense, it makes sense that he opts to drive a Chevrolet Tahoe. These are among the most powerful vehicles in the automobile world and have been for quite sometime. Thus, it is fair to state that Steiner is a wrestler who rocks a sick car.
10 Drives Sick Car: Chuck Palumbo’s 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Chuck Palumbo was a very important part of the WCW and made a lot of money due to this. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise that he owns a wonderful 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. These cars have blistering speeds, even though they are over 50 years old. Thus, we love them even to this day.
9 Drives Sick Car: Ric Flair’s 2015 Chevrolet Camaro
Ric Flair had one of the most storied wrestling careers ever, dominating both the WWE and WCW. He’s still active today to a small degree, which is how he secured the funds to easily purchase a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro. Although modern Camaros do not have the same classic feel of the older ones, they're still loved by buyers.
8 Drives Sick Car: Hulk Hogan’s Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
Hulk Hogan was a star in the WCW during his time there. One has to admire his car collection as well. One of his strongest possessions is his beautiful Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. These vehicles are known for their blistering speeds, but also get even more praise because of their immnese level of dependability.
7 Drives Sick Car: Dennis Rodman’s Bentley Continental
Although Dennis Rodman only fought in the WCW a handful of time, he's considered among their top 50 ever, according to wwe.com. The former NBA star can be seen riding around in his Bentley Continental. This is a car that screams luxury and one that all car enthusiasts would love to add to their collections.
6 Drives Sick Car: Lex Luger’s Lexus LS
Lex Luger is definitely remembered for having a strong car collection during his time in the WCW. Today, he can be found driving his Lexus LS. This is truly a spectacular vehicle, as they are built to last its owners for a number of years. To make matters even better, they possess a wonderful and unique style as well.
5 Drives Sick Car: The Undertaker’s 1969 Ford Mustang
The Undertaker has had a storied wrestling career and even had a good amount of time in the WCW. One has to admire the fact that he currently drives a 1969 Ford Mustang, which is a vehicle everyone should own during their lifetime. This is such an iconic series, so it is quite fitting that The Undertaker opts to drive one of these.
4 Drives Sick Car: Dallas Page’s Cadillac DeVille
Dallas Page is a former WCW wrestler who also drives a sick car. His vehicle of choice is the classic Cadillac DeVille. This is one of the most recognizable classic cars in the entirety of the automobile world and rightfully so. They have a fantastic style to them, but one has to admire their long and unique bodies.
3 Drives Sick Car: Triple H’s Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
To conclude this list, we will be looking at Triple Hs vehicle of choice. Today, he is most often seen driving around the rather expensive Mercedes-Benz SL-Class. This is a top of the line vehicle on the primary market, so it makes a lot of sense as to why he bought one. It goes well with the fact that Triple H is one of the greatest wrestlers ever.
2 Drives Beater: Kevin Nash’s 1993 Ford Bronco
Kevin Nash is definitely one of the most important figures from WCW. Yet, one may not assume that when looking at his car of choice. He currently sports a 1993 Ford Bronco, which naturally has seen better days. However one must admire Nash’s loyalty for this vehicle, which easily can be deemed as a beater at this time.
1 Drives Beater: Rey Mysterio’s Toyota Tundra
Rey Mysterio began his wrestling career in the WCW and now is one of the most recognizable figures in the sport. However, it's somewhat strange to see that he opts to drive an old Toyota Tundra. The Tundra series definitely is a solid one, but it's clear that he could be driving something far better with the money he's amassed over the years.
Sources: Celebrity Carz, Bleacher Report, Jalopnik