Someone Bought This: Buff Bagwell loves his WCW Mastercard

11 Submitted by on Tue, 21 January 2014, 02:00

I heard that the interest rate on these cards were horrible.

Did any of you Crappers sign up for one of these? They used to try to get you to sign up for them at WCW house shows by offering a single-can beverage cooler with the WCW logo on it if you applied for one.

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11 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Buff Bagwell loves his WCW Mastercard"
  1. Down With OPC says:

    I heard Blade Brakestown has one of these “MasterCharge” cards.

  2. Bone White says:

    Could never get the Nash one to leave the wallet

  3. John C says:

    “Product only good for purchasing Dale Earnhardt Collector Edition Dinner Plates or Natural Light Beer. Girls in the video as illustrated in the video are not included…of course Buff Bagwell will come for an extra $15 or a Dale Plate with a couple of half warm cans of Natty Light.”

  4. ducky says:

    look how girly kevin nash card is

  5. RD Reynolds says:

    I always get my cards from John Thomas at Chase Meridian Mastercharge.

  6. Anonymous says:


  7. Bryan says:

    I really wanted one but I was years late to the party. I even tried to get Capital One to accept a recreation:

    They said no to something dumb like “copyright issues” Pfft.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      That would have been so awesome!

      • Bryan says:

        It would have been.

        I even stepped up my game and created my own WWE Credit Cards to Capital One and was STILL shut down:

        They are teh worst.

  8. Merle says:

    If they would have allowed you to recreate that card than I would be ordering one right now!

  9. Alan says:

    I remember those stupid commercials for this where Sting was trying to buy an overpriced “Picasso” from a horrible actor, who thought Sting couldn’t afford it, when Sting says in the hokiest voice ever, “Don’t worry, I’ve got the power of the card!”. On a related subject about these cards, that 1999-era WCW logo was terrible. According to Bischoff’s book, it came from some kind of research group who wanted to update the logo. The WWF scratch logo it wasn’t. For those of you wondering, that crappy logo debuted on the April 5, 1999 edition of Nitro from the MGM Grande Garden Arena in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada (As long as we’re talking Wrestlecrap, I thought I’d throw in a Barry O. reference).

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