15 Superstars you didn't know competed in WCW

Jimmy Snuka

WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka is one of the most recognizable WWE personalities of all time and his legendary leap from the top of a steel cage inside Madison Square Garden is regaled as one of WWE’s defining moments. Snuka may have become a legend in WWE, but the daring competitor did compete in both ECW and WCW. His career in ECW was documented by WWE Classics, (FULL STORY) but his WCW career is a tale often forgotten.

Snuka made his first WCW appearance in 1993 at Slamboree. At the event, “Superfly” teamed up with former rival Don Muraco and Dick Murdoch in a Six-Man Tag Team Match against Wahoo McDaniel, Blackjack Mulligan and Jim Brunzell that ended in No Contest. Seven years later, the WWE Hall of Famer made his second — and final — WCW appearance in 2000, battling Jeff Jarrett inside a steel cage. Although he lost the match, “Superfly” did recreate his famous 1984 leap by jumping from the top of the cage onto Jarrett.