Scott Hall


Scott Hall

Website

DDP Yoga

WWE Scott Hall profile

News: Scott Hall has entered DDP's Accountability Crib for rehab - Feb 2013

Profiles

WCW WWE Hulk Hogan NWO

The New World Order (commonly known as the nWo, the official typeset in the logo), was a professional wrestling stable that originally wrestled for World Championship Wrestling (WCW). The group later appeared in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) after the purchase of WCW by WWE.

The stable's gimmick was a group of unsanctioned wrestlers aiming to "take over" and control WCW in the manner of a street gang; the group's three initial members had each gained fame in the rival World Wrestling Federation, although this connection was only implied. It is currently the largest stable ever in pro wrestling history.

The nWo angle was one of the most influential forces in the late 1990s success of WCW, and was instrumental in turning mainstream American wrestling back into a more mature, adult-oriented product.

The brainchild of WCW Executive Eric Bischoff, and fueled initially by the unexpected heel turn of Hulk Hogan, the nWo storyline is generally considered one of the most successful angles in the history of modern-day professional wrestling, spawning several imitations and parodies. It dominated WCW programming throughout the late-1990s and almost until the dissolution of WCW in 2001, during which time there were several, sometimes rival incarnations of the group; the rival WWF even resurrected the angle for a time in 2002. (Credit: Wikipedia)

Website

New World Order (Wikipedia profile)

Media Man does not represent New World Order

Media Man does not represent WCW

Media Man does not represent WWE

Media Man does not represent TNA Wrestling