Former WCW Star To Make GCW Debut

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GCW have announced a former WCW and WWE star will make their debut on September 2 during the co-promoted 4 Cups Stuffed show in Chicago with Black Label Pro.

Three-time karate world champion (and three-time WCW Commissioner) Ernest ‘The Cat’ Miller will be making his GCW bow at the event, although it has not been revealed in what capacity Miller will be appearing.

Miller joined WCW in 1997 as part of the ‘Blood Runs Cold’ storyline - basically a live-action version Mortal Kombat - and would stay with the company until it was bought by Vince McMahon in 2001. After sitting out the end of his WCW/Time-Warner contract, Miller joined WWE in late 2002, first working on commentary for Velocity, before becoming an active competitor on SmackDown in 2003.

After his WWE release in 2004, Miller became best known for his role in Darren Aronofsky’s Oscar nominated The Wrestler, portraying ‘The Ayatolah’, legendary rival of Randy ‘The Ram’ Robinson in the 1980s.

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