WWE promotes NWO reunion

WWE promotes NWO reunion

The NWO (New World Order) – originally compromising of Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash – set the wrestling world on fire with its “WWE invaders” storyline in 1996, and gave WCW an 83-week lead in the ratings war against with the WWF.

The group later had a brief stay in WWE in 2002, reuniting with other previous members X-Pac and Big Show, but did not nearly reach the heights that they did in WCW.

The three NWO OGs will reunite on October 27 for a two-part fan event entitled “2 Sweet.”

WWE has released a statement on its website promoting the event:

“Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall are getting the band back together for a “2 Sweet” fan event in Orlando.

The original nWo will reunite on Saturday, Oct. 27, to put on a two-part event that will give fans one of the most in-depth encounters with the “Original 3” ever available. The day features five events spread across Mango’s Tropical Café and Hogan’s Beach Shop in Orlando, Fla., and includes a live recording of Eric Bischoff and Conrad Thompson’s “83 Weeks Podcast,” a two-and-a-half hour Q&A session with Hogan, Nash & Hall and group photo ops at the end of the day.

Tickets start at $199 depending on which experience you want to partake in, so check out the nWo’s announcement of the event below, and head to Hogan’s website to browse packages for this long-awaited reunion event.

This is the first time WWE has promoted anything involving Hulk Hogan following his controversial reintroduction into the WWE Hall of Fame in July.

Will you be attending the NWO “2 Sweet” event? Let us know in the comments below or via Twitter and Discord.

6 years ago by Wrestle Talk


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