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    Last edited by UkrainianGuy; December 18th, 2007, 04:32 PM.
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    History Of The nWo

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    Story:

    History of the nWo: Scott Hall appears on Nitro promising a "takeover". The next week, Kevin Nash appears and promises the same thing. They attack people for the next month or so (most notably powerbombing Eric Bischoff through a table) until challenged by Sting, Lex Luger, and Randy Savage to a six-man tag at Bash at the Beach. Nash and Hall - at this point only "The Outsiders" - accept, and say their third man will be revealed later.

    Hall and Nash are victorious when their third man is revealed to be Hulk Hogan, who over time adopts the new persona of "Hollywood" Hogan. The newly-christened New World Order begins attacking WCW wrestlers viciously. The first new members to arrive are Ted DiBiase (acting as a manager and "money man") and Vincent (acting as "head of security"). At Road Wild, Hollywood Hogan defeats the Giant by cheating outrageously to win the WCW World title. Strangely, the Giant joins the nWo two weeks later, citing the money as his primary reason. Also at Road Wild, the Booty Man tries to join, but is beaten up.

    The next member of the nWo appears when they debut a "Fake Sting" at Wargames, who wrestles ittermitently over the next few months until the original Fake Sting, now called "nWo Sting", goes to compete in Japan as part of their version of the nWo. The Nasty Boys try to join the nWo as well, but are beaten up for their trouble. Although he is in fact the seventh member, Sean Waltman joins in November as Syxx.

    The nWo announces a "membership drive", giving "all WCW wrestlers" the chance to join the nWo. In order, the wrestlers accepting this offer are Marcus Bagwell (soon redubbed "Buff"), Michael Wallstreet, Big Bubba, and Scott Norton. Also, Eric Bischoff is revealed as being an nWo member around this time, and Masa Chono and the Great Muta, visiting from New Japan Pro Wrestling, join the North American nWo (although they have little effect). At the same time, Giant is kicked out for demanding a title shot from Hulk Hogan.

    Randy Savage joins the nWo at SuperBrawl. Newly appointed WCW Commissioner J.J. Dillon says that according to their contracts, Big Bubba and Michael Wallstreet cannot be members of the nWo. Amidst great hype, Dennis Rodman "joins" the nWo, despite wrestling only one match that year as a celebrity guest at Bash at the Beach. Konnan joins the nWo in August. Ted DiBiase quits the nWo and becomes a manager for the Steiner brothers.

    Curt Hennig joins the nWo after turning on the Four Horsemen at WarGames. Rick Rude joins in December. Bret Hart is invited to join the nWo, but declines. The Disciple joins sometime in January, although he is not named until March. Dusty Rhodes joins at Souled Out after turning on Larry Zybysko. Bryan Adams joins in January after turning on Bret Hart. Scott Steiner joins in February after turning on his brother Rick. During most of January, Louie Spicolli acts as a flunky to Scott Hall and wears an nWo t-shirt, although he is never "officially" inducted into the nWo before his death. Syxx disappears when Sean Waltman is fired by WCW.

    Randy Savage and Kevin Nash, having issues with Hollywood Hogan, form the nWo "splinter faction": nWo Wolfpac. Curt Hennig and Konnan immediately join, as do longtime nWo foes Lex Luger and Sting; they immediately distinguish themselves from the "traditional" nWo (now known as nWo Hollywood or nWo Black-And-White) by wearing black-and-red T-shirts rather than black-and-white. Scott Hall is invited to join the Wolfpac, but refuses. Giant rejoins nWo Hollywood.

    Curt Hennig quits the nWo Wolfpac to rejoin nWo Hollywood. Randy Savage is injured and disappears from the Wolfpac. Dennis Rodman once again is trumpeted as a member of the nWo for a celebrity match at Bash At The Beach. Stevie Ray joins nWo Hollywood in September. The Disciple quits nWo Hollywood in October to join the "One Warrior Nation". Horace Hogan joins nWo Hollywood at Halloween Havoc. Bret Hart seemingly joins, quits, and rejoins nWo Hollywood several times during this period, and never wears an nWo shirt or explicitly states his membership in the nWo.

    Hollywood Hogan announces his "retirement", and Scott Steiner becomes the leader of nWo Hollywood. Scott Hall is kicked out of nWo Hollywood in November, but despite his efforts is not allowed to join nWo Wolfpac. Disco Inferno starts claiming he is a member of the Wolfpac.

    Hollywood Hogan comes out of "retirement" to "beat" Kevin Nash in a thrown match for the WCW World title and reform the nWo as one single entity. The Wolfpac is now an "elite rank" of the nWo: its members are Hollywood Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell, and Scott Steiner. The remainder of the nWo (Giant, Curt Hennig, Vincent, Stevie Ray, Bryan Adams, Scott Norton, and Horace Hogan) continues wearing the black-and-white, while the Wolfpac wears black, white, and red. The Wolfpac also seems to be conducting a gradual elimination of the black-and-white (also referred to as "the nWo B-Team"); at this writing, both the Giant and Curt Hennig have received turfing-out beatdowns, with more likely to come. Konnan has been explicitly kicked out of the nWo entire. Sting's status is unknown. Bret Hart's nWo membership is entirely forgotten.

    With Scott Hall in retirement, Hulk Hogan back in semi-retirement, and Bagwell turfed from the group, the only members left are Lex Luger, Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner, and possibly Disco Inferno. Steiner and Nash rarely do anything nWo-related (besides use the Wolfpac music). The nWo black-and-white is whittled down to Vincent, Horace Hogan, Stevie Ray and Bryan Adams, with Scott Norton doing his own thing without the nWo name. Soon after, Horace Hogan is fired, Bryan Adams is repackaged, Stevie Ray leaves to reform Harlem Heat, and Vincent joins the West Texas Rednecks, thus finally ending the groupís legacy once and for all.

    The concept was originally started by Scott Hall, who "invaded" WCW on the first two-hour Nitro in May of 1996 (see "Monday Night Wars") and declared that they were taking over, although he didn't note who "they" were. The implication was that is was a WWF takeover, which led to a later lawsuit and was publicly denied by Hall at the "Great American Bash" PPV in 1996. Kevin Nash joined him two weeks after he debuted, and the two of them promised a third man at the "Bash at the Beach" PPV in July. The third man was Hulk Hogan, who coined the phrase "New World Order" during his heel turn interview, although in a nebulous and roundabout way. Commentators Bobby Heenan and Larry Zbyzsko later officially named them the nWo, building on Hogan's speech, and the rest is history.

    Off-and-on booker Paul Orndorff was really credited with the creation of the "invasion" angle, and Nitro booker Terry Taylor is credited with coming up with the details (the t-shirt selling, the black and white, the attitude). Hulk Hogan was given much leeway in his own angles (as usual) and improvised a great deal of the mannerisms and catchphrases (as did Hall and Nash). And it should be noted that Eric Bischoff had almost NOTHING to do with the nWo's creation, although he often takes credit for it regardless by stating that it was based on where else.

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      nWo - NEW WORLD ORDER




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            NWO 4 Life









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            • #7
              nWo - WOLFPAC




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                nWo -WOLFPAC


                "Psyko" by Konnan w/ Mad One


                Konnan featuring Mad One "Bow Wow Wow"

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                • #9
                  you know what I loved about the nwo when they first arrived? ESPN actually covered the turning of Hulk Hogan...
                  TWO WORDS

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                  • #10
                    The NWO may be my favorite faction. The only thing is it got toooo big...did we need horace hogan, virgil, stevie ray, fake sting? I am sure there are others we didnt need. I actually thought Piper or Duggan should have been a member. But the concept of Hogan being heel was great.

                    not for nothing but is it just me but as soon as hogan went heel...he seemed to up his HGH dosage bc he went from getting pretty lean and lanky looking to bigger and ripped at 45 years of age

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                    • #11
                      DAMN... NWO FUCKIN' RULED.
                      THE WOLFPAC WAS THE SHIT.
                      KONNAN & SCOTT HALL WERE MY FAVORITE.

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                      • #12
                        nwo 4 life
                        "heads will roll and villiages will be burned!!

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                        • #13
                          Kevin Nash






                          Several months ago, I hung out with TNA Wrestling's Kevin Nash for a few hours.
                          My print story ran March 3, 2008.

                          Having talked to Hulk Hogan and Nash face-to-face in the last several months, I have now talked to 2/3 of the original NWO. Maybe JAWBreaker should contact Scott Hall to complete the trifecta.

                          Following are comments Nash made that did not appear in my print story. The next several columns will have more with Nash.



                          Nash on Wrestling
                          On his debut: On Sept. 5, 1990, Nash debuted in WCW's "Clash of the Champions XII." As The Master Blasters, he teamed with Cory Pendarvis (Nash said Pendarvis "lasted about five days" in the business) against The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner). Nash got the pin.
                          On his wrestling names: "Once the Diesel thing happened and Vince (McMahon) said we couldn't take the name with us, Eric Bischoff asked, 'What are we going to use for a name?' I said, 'How about the one on my license.' " Wrestlers who use their real names include Kurt Angle, Scott Hall, Brock Lesnar, Goldberg.

                          On his finishing move: He started jack-knife powerbombing in 1993. The biggest guy he has ever powerbombed is the Giant (560 pounds). The smallest is Rey Mysterio (165 pounds).

                          Of his two times in WCW and two times in WWF/WWE, what stands out? "The NWO of course, '96-'99, were by far the most -- fan reaction, money. Those three years were ultra-successful. We were the No. 1 promotion. We actually beat the WWE, pounded them. Almost three years. That was good. It was us. We were kind of the nucleus that did that."
                          On the NWO: "Bischoff came up with that. He gave us a lot of creative freedom. There were a lot of good minds. He was a huge fan of the Japanese-style. They had a lot of different company takeovers. The stars were aligned. The chance to have two guys in the WWF within a month of each other, contracts run out, and show up and do something -- I think it was actually three weeks -- the chances of that . . . if you would have had one guy and not two, it wouldn't have worked. You had to have two guys (Scott Hall being the other) come over. The last time Scott and I worked a Garden show, I was the main event. He was the semi-main event. We were probably two of the top five names in the company at the time. Convincing Hulk it was time to become a heel . . . I think that whole persona, he's more that guy now than he is the vitamin guy."

                          On whether he'd be a wrestler again: He said "no," only if he "had to do it."

                          On movies being like wrestling: "People go to the movies and they go see 'The Terminator.' They watch this movie, and they are just completely enthralled with it for two hours. And they leave the movie and they talk about it, how the special effects were. Well guess what, Arnold's not really a robot."

                          On selling wrestling: "If the guys do pro wrestling correctly and make you believe it . . . it's a male soap opera."

                          On fake perception: "You still have to train. People say it's fake. The word fake and the word preconceived -- if I tell you to go run 10 yards and turn around and catch a football, and I tell you, oh by the way as soon as you catch it a guy is going to stick a helmet in your back. That makes it fake because you know it's going to happen. But I don't think it hurts any less. I think it actually hurts more because you know it's coming so your body tightens up."

                          On WWE vs. TNA: "It's (WWE) a miserable existence. It really is. I should say was (now that he's in TNA)."

                          On Dixie Carter: "Dixie Carter and the people that run the company have a different philosophy. It's also just the working environment -- there's a lot less pressure. Our boss cares about the guys. She wants us to be healthy. And she feels if it evens the playing field, than nobody has an advantage and guys will live longer."

                          On the 2007 holidays: Nash said he had close to three weeks off -- compared to in WWE when he would work the day after Christmas (although they had about 10 days off in that time in 2007). "That's nice."




                          Top Five Nash Moments
                          1. Birth of son, Tristen (1996)
                          2. Winning the WWF Championship from Bob Backlund (1994)
                          3. Television debut in WCW in the tag-team the "Master Blasters," sporting an orange mohawk (1990)
                          4. Formation of the New World Order (NWO) in WCW in Daytona Beach (1996) 5. With wrestler Scott Hall, getting a new five-year contract from Ted Turner and WCW (1996)
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                          • #14
                            new World order

                            How can you not love an anti-establishment movement?!



                            Throw down the pics and vids here

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