New World Order (aka NWO) was a Wrestling stable from WCW. When the WWF bought out WCW they brought in Hogan, Hall and Nash to revive the NWO. There was also a NWO Japan which wrestled with New Japan Pro Wrestling. Between the three wrestling promotions the NWO was around from July 1996 - July 2002.
There were 49 members over the six years. This is not including the nWo referees or the Nascar race driver. Here are the names and which NWO they were apart of.
AKIRA (nWo Japan)
Big Bubba Rogers (nWo)
Big Titan (nWo Japan)
Booker T (nWo WWF)
Bret Hart (nWo 2000)
Brian Adams (nWo, nWo Japan, nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
Buff Bagwell (nWo, nWo Japan, nWo Hollywood, nWo Elite)
Curt Hennig (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Wolfpac, nWo B Team)
David Flair (nWo Elite)
Dennis Rodman (nWo, nWo Hollywood)
Disco Inferno (nWo Elite)
Don Harris (nWo 2000)
Dusty Rhodes (nWo, nWo Hollywood)
Eric Bischoff (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Elite)
Goldust (nWo WWF)
Hiro Saito (nWo Japan)
Hiroyoshi Tenzan (nWo Japan)
Hollywood Hogan (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Elite, nWo WWF)
Horace Hogan (nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
Jeff Jarrett (nWo 2000)
Kevin Nash (nWo, nWo Wolfpac, nWo Elite, nWo 2000, nWo WWF)
Konnan (nWo, nWo Wolfpac)
Lex Luger (nWo Wolfpac, nWo Elite)
Masahiro Chono (nWo Japan)
Michael Wallstreet (nWo Japan)
Michiyoshi Ohara (nWo Japan)
Miss Elizabeth (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Wolfpac, nWo Elite)
nWo Sting (nWo, nWo Japan)
Randy Savage (nWo, nWo Wolfpac)
Rick Rude (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Wolfpac)
Ron Harris (nWo 2000)
Samantha (nWo Elite)
Satoshi Kojima (nWo Japan)
Scott Hall (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Wolfpac, nWo Elite, nWo 2000, nWo WWF)
Scott Norton (nWo, nWo Japan, nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
Scott Steiner (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo Elite, nWo 2000)
Shawn Michaels (nWo WWF)
Stevie Ray (nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
Sting (nWo Wolfpac)
Tatsutoshi Goto (nWo Japan)
Ted DiBiase (nWo)
The Big Show (nWo WWF)
The Disciple (nWo, nWo Hollywood)
The Giant (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
The Great Muta (nWo Japan)
Vincent (nWo, nWo Hollywood, nWo B Team)
X-Pac (nWo WWF)
Yes, But due to copyrights(WWE owns the name NWO). NWO will not be able to be called the NWO. They are called "The Band"
plzz tell me who had sung the song of nwo
no because wwe owns the rights to the NWO title
i do believe that the nwo is getting back together
Considering NWO was disbaned about 12 years ago never.
THE NWO was never in WWE that was WCW Hey idiot that answer this question is stupid the nWo had Hall,Nash,Hogan at first then HBK, Booker T and Big Show
Yes your right the nwo music is not in SvR09.
The nWo Wolfpac theme artist is C-Murder of No Limit Records
as far as entertaining goes dx far better than nwo
WCW...NWO was a faction that existed within WCW for a few years.
No. The NWO is a legendary faction in which Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash etc were members. However, the faction was dissolved many years ago. Most of them have retired from wrestling and hence there is no way NWO can be re-formed. So, there is no way Punk can join the NWO.
Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash were the two leaders of NWO during different time periods.
NWO - 2013 was released on: USA: 4 July 2013
yes, but the nwo can be stopped however, it is up to u to stop it-infowars.com
yes sting did, he tricked hogan and the big show by wearing the nWo t-shirt but then he attacked them revealing the nWo wolfpack t shirt and in the future he wore red face paint
The NWO is a hilarious myth created by people who are distrustful of the government and believe there is someone out to get them.
no NWO will not reunite because Scott hall does not wrestle Kevin Nash is in tna and hulk hogan is to old to wrestle
nWo: New World Order of professional wrestling
ther was an NWO reunion but hall went back into rehab, waltman got fired, and Nash quit, but hogan is there dealing with legal trouble.
WCW NWO Revenge - 1998 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:E
WCW NWO Thunder - 1998 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:E
NWO Souled Out - 1997 - TV was released on: USA: 25 January 1997 (TV premiere)
WCW NWO Starrcade - 1998 TV was released on: USA: 27 December 1998