I did, starting in late 1994. But after a while, I discovered wrestling websites (once I figured out I wasn't going to break Netscape by typing things into it) and they got better over time while RSPW decended into spam and trolls and whatnot.
I remember Herb. He does not email images! And Zoogz Rift, though I don't think I ever talked to the guy or really paid much attention to his posts. I missed the first run of CRZ Raw recaps but saw much of KJP's. I learned about Fire Pro Wrestling games and got some advice on importing Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium from a nice young man named Mike Quackenbush.
As for my last post there, God only knows. I haven't even had a newsreader for a year now. It's probably been several years since I even looked there. I remember caring strongly about the creation of RSPW.Moderated, whenever that was.
I'd do some searches and dig up choice gems from my storied internet past, but really, it's a ton of shit and I'm very glad that it's at least slightly hidden.
On the June 7th, 1999 RAW - following an "emergency board meeting" - Linda McMahon "stepped down" as the CEO in favor of Stone Cold Steve Austin. (At that time, the McMahon Battle Lines were Vince/Shane vs. Linda/Steph.)