The 50 greatest stars in WCW history

#50 Jeff Jarrett

During his first tenure with WCW from 1996 to ’97, "Double J" was a member of The Four Horsemen and a United States Champion. But it was when he returned to Atlanta in ’99 that he made his biggest impact. Proclaiming himself "The Chosen One," Jeff Jarrett bashed countless guitars over opponents heads on his way to becoming a four-time WCW Champion.

Although accomplished, Jarrett is certainly one of the most polarizing figures in WCW history. In 1999, he led the formation of the nWo 2000 — a watered-down version of the original. The following year, he got in the middle of a rivalry between Hulk Hogan and WCW Executive Vince Russo and laid down in the ring for Hogan. Few moments in sports-entertainment were as disgraceful. When WWE purchased WCW in 2001, Mr. McMahon showed how he felt about Double J by publically firing him on Raw. — KEVIN POWERS