Color Commentary for Tuesday Night Turbo
Has had a colorful career in Pro wrestling.
Has done time in the NWA, WCW, ECW, and
several smaller Organizations, and has finally
ended up here with us at the new WCW.
The Total Package
Color commentator for Thursday Night Fury.
Lex Luger's wrestling career has gone from tremendous highs to agonizing
lows in the past few years. Luger made his wrestling debut in 1985. A 3-time Southern (FL) Heavyweight Champion, as well as
the Bahamas Heavyweight Champion for a time (before he grew tired of holding the belt), Luger arrived in the NWA ready to
become a champion. It did not take him long. In 1987, Luger won the NWA/WCW United States Heavyweight Title from Nikita Koloff.
He held this belt for a couple of months, then was beaten by Dusty Rhodes. Luger was briefly a member of the IV Horsemen,
replacing Ole Anderson. After this, he partnered up with Barry Windham to win the NWA Tag Team Titles by beating Arn Anderson
and Tully Blanchard of the Horsemen. Although Anderson and Blanchard soon reclaimed the titles, the victory over them earned
Luger and his teammate much respect, but soon after the two broke up violently, when Windham became a Horseman.
Luger has since quit wrestling and is now a color commentator for The Western
Lead commentator for Tuesday Night Turbo.
Langley has worked for many Organizations.
He has a fine record as an announcer, and an
interveiwer. Plus he works for cheap.
Lead Commentator for Thursday Night Fury.
One of the last true perverts in the industry. This man can do serious commentary when he
sets his mind to it but his mind is easily distracted by beautiful women and then his tongue lets loose.