Just recently, WWE released their version of Mt. Rushmore, with four prominent faces on it. From left to right, there is Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin and John Cena. Personally, I felt Taker didn't belong. I know he's a huge legend and has the greatest gimmick and the greatest streak and his WWE career has lasted from the waning days of the Hulkamania era (which is the era that made the WWF into a national beast) all the way to now. But still, The Rock and Bruno Sammartino are objectively better picks for that fourth spot... The Rock for being neck in neck in every way with Austin during the Attitude Era, and Sammartino for being the "forefather of the WWE" and selling out Madsion Square Garden more times than anyone on earth. Anyway, that out of the way, the topic is, if WWE were to make a Mt. Rushmore of WCW, and to a less important degree, ECW, who would be the four faces to represent these respective companies? For WCW, anyone who knows anything about the company should instantly say Ric Flair and Sting. They're the two guys who are the franchise players, so to speak. As soon as you say Dubya-Cee-Dubya, you should automatically think of those two. Hulk Hogan would have to be the third. A guy who helped legitimize the company further, he gave them their first year in profit, their biggest PPV revenue ever, played a pivotal part in their huge two year run, gave them their two biggest matches (Hogan/Goldberg, Hogan/Sting) during that run, etc. So, he certainly deserve his spot. The fourth spot goes to who, Goldberg? Why not, because to this day, he's still a name that people recognize and was at one time (though a short period of time, which is completely on the company not knowing how to handle hot programs like Goldberg and the NWO, not him) on the level of Austin in 1998. People used to dream of Austin/Goldberg back then just as they did Hogan/Flair in the 80s. As for ECW, I admit that I haven't seen a whole lot of ECW. I know all about their rise (and fall) and how they came to be, I know all about Paul Heyman and the main players and some of the main feuds and have even seen a few of the matches. But when ECW was on television every week, I paid no attention to it and don't have a real desire to go back and do so because it's not my thing. That said, I think I know enough to say that two of the faces on their Mt. Rushmore will certainly be Tazz and RVD. Sabu is probably a third. But who is the fourth? Sandman? I'll need other opinions here. Anyway, if such a mountain were created in the image of WCW and ECW, that's how I'd see it. Opinions agreeing or disagreeing are welcome as always.