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WCW was an independent e-wrestling organization that was notable for invading SACW at Chaos on March 21st, 1999. This invasion launched a full scale war against the youthful SACW and the large, sturdy and aggressive WCW. The feud between both federations led to many altercations throughout the rest of 1999, and it all came to a head at One Survivor on December 19th, 1999, when SACW and WCW went at it, in a winner takes all, all out brawl match. SACW ended the night as the victor and shut down WCW. A few days later, SACW announced it had purchased the remainder of WCW's stock.

In 2007, SACW reinstated WCW as a third brand during the Brand Split between Slamboree and Blizzard. The WCW brand's original intent was to be a standalone show, featuring veteran and retired superstars wrestling, however that idea never passed the planning stages and the show was aimed at new talent in SACW. WCW would last until May 2008, when it was shut down.

During WCW's 2007-2008 run it was given its own roster and championships. The championships are listed below, clicking on them will give statistical information on them.

WCW World Championship
WCW Tag-Team Championship
WCW Cruiserweight Championship (championship was given to WCW when SACW had declared it defunct)
WCW Hardcore Championship

In December 2013 it was announced that WCW would return for a second tenure as a third brand to SACW, starting in 2014. WCW will appear on Saturday Nights and will have its own roster and championships. The idea to have its own events, or share events with Sunstorm and Mayhem has also been passed around.

In May 2014 it was announced that WCW would once again be retired.

Tuesday Nights [2007 - 2008]
Wednesday Nights [2014]

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