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Alright folks, I'm back with some fantasy wrestling stuff far too dorky even for the wrestling sections of this book. Over the next few weeks, I'll be exploring an interesting "What if?" What if, after the cancellation of ECW on TNN in October 2000, World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling agreed to a talent exchange? In addition to featuring each others talent on their respective shows, what if Paul Heyman was named head booker for WCW and color commentator for its flagship show Monday Nitro? Now this would be an extremly unlikely scenario for a multitude of reasons but hey it's called fantasy wrestling and for the next few weeks, I'll explore the possibilities of this scenario and book the company from the initial invasion till the planned Big Bang PPV that was scheduled to take place on May 6th, 2001 before WCW was bought by Vince McMahon. Before we start though, let's run down the champions and top five contenders for both companies, shall we? WCW World Champion- Booker T Top Five Contenders 1. Scott Steiner 2. Goldberg 3. Lex Luger 4. Kevin Nash 5. Jeff Jarrett WCW U.S. Champion- Hugh Morrus 1. Lance Storm 2. Buff Bagwell 3. Bam Bam Bigelow 4. Sgt. A-Wall 5. Disco Inferno WCW Cruiserweight Champion- Mike Sanders 1. Kwee Wee 2. Elix Skipper 3. Rey Mysterio Jr 4. Kidman 5. Lieutenant Loco WCW Tag Team titles- Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak 1. The Insiders 2. Kronic 3. The Filthy Animals 4. The Perfect Event 5. The Boogie Knights ECW World Champion- Jerry Lynn 1. Rob Van Dam 2. Justin Credible 3. Steve Corino 4. The Sandman 5. CW Anderson ECW Television Champion- Rhyno 1. Yoshiro Tajiri 2. New Jack 3. Spike Dudley 4. Nova 5. Super Crazy ECW Tag Team Champions- Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke) 1. Yoshiro Tajiri and Mikey Whipwreck 2. Danny Doring and Amish Roadkill 3. Spike Dudley and Balls Mahoney 4. Christian York and Joey Matthews 5. Chris Chetti and Simon Diamond