In addition to some great pictures we got of WCW over the years, we also got some great audio moments. Here are the best of them.
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Click Here - I think that this sound clip predates DDT Digest, but it was too good not to share.
Click Here - The Macho Man tells Bret Hart how he feels about Hart's arrival in WCW. While the clip on its own merit is not necessarily a classic, use it at work like I do. Play it for people asking for a raise. ;-)
Click Here - Another clip you may not think is all that great, but it holds a special place in my heart. I think I may have been the only person on the planet that loved Barry Darsow's golfer gimmick. Here he takes advantage of Tokyo Magnum's poor English skills on WCWSN.
Click Here and Here and Here and Here and Here and Here - This set of clips is a DDT Digest exclusive. Mel was reporting on the 9/13/99 Nitro, and he picked up on the fact that Goldberg's spiel about Sid Vicious had six homoerotic references in it...and the spiel was not all that long. (Note that you will have to turn the volume up for these. I tried upping the volume in the WAV files themselves, but it totally garbles them.)
Click Here - Sid flubs a line in a war of words with Kevin Nash. Scott Hall was standing next to Nash at the time, and Hall started cracking up.
Click Here - What makes this one funny is imagining it being said to you and your buddy by some drunk chick.
Click Here - This is a classic example of something that was said once, and repeated by fans and announcers alike for months on end afterwards.
The next four are official DDT Digest classics. I don't toot our horn very often, but all four of them are sound bites that would likely have gone unnoticed if we haven't picked up on them and, well, overused the joke until it just wasn't funny anymore.
As for the last one...well, when you really think about all the factors involved in it, it really is a shining example of what caused WCW's downfall. It's the soundbite that started a long-running joke that still is quoted today.