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Premiere June 7, 1986 (as NWA Pro Wrestling)
Finale January 1998 (TBS)
September 1998 (Syndication)
Creator Jim Crockett Jr.
Network/Provider First-run syndication (1986–1998)
TBS (1994–1998)
Style 60-minute professional wrestling program
Company Jim Crockett Promotions (1986–1988)
World Championship Wrestling (1988–1998)
Seasons 13
Status Ended
Origin USA
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WCW Pro was an American professional wrestling program which aired in first-run syndication from 1986 to 1998, as well as on TBS from 1994 until it ended in January 1998.

Originally known as NWA Pro Wrestling from its debut on June 7, 1986 to 1990, then as WCW Pro Wrestling from 1990 to 1996 and then simply as WCW Pro from 1996 until the show ended production, it was produced and syndicated by Jim Crockett Promotions (under the oversight of the National Wrestling Alliance) until 1988, then by JCP successor World Championship Wrestling from 1988 until the end of its run. As NWA Pro Wrestling, the show had evolved from an earlier syndicated wrestling program produced by JCP, Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, which had begun production in 1972 [1] (and, in turn, evolved from another JCP program, titled simply as Championship Wrestling, which began production at WGHP in High Point, North Carolina in 1964).

The JCP/WCW program archive, including WCW Pro, was purchased by World Wrestling Entertainment in 2001 following the demise of WCW, and is currently part of its WWE Libraries division.





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