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WWE Hall of Fame 2013: Is It Possible That the NWO Could Be Inducted?
- Updated: December 28, 2012
The New World Order changed the face of wrestling history on July 7, 1996 when they formed at WCW “Bash at the Beach.”
In this article, I will give you definitive reasons why you can’t deny the possibility of the New World Order getting their rightful place inside the WWE Hall of Fame.
Before you jump to conclusions, just read on and understand where my thought process is coming from. There are many factors that have led to this thought process and I am going to begin with the basics.
- The event is taking place at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Two of the founding fathers of the nWo, Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash, both achieved their first WWE Championship reigns inside that very building. Hogan defeated The Iron Sheik on January 23, 1984 and Kevin Nash defeated Bob Backlund on November 26, 1994, a little over 10 years later.
Another coincidence is that The Iron Sheik defeated Bob Backlund for the WWE Championship on December 26, 1983.Not only that, but the other founding father, Scott Hall, made history by competing with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 10 in a legendary ladder match.
With Ric Flair getting the permission from TNA to appear for the WWE Hall of Fame last year, there is no doubt in my mind that Hulk Hogan could be the second wrestler to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice.
- Recently, WWE released a brand new retrospective Blu-Ray on the nWo entitled: nWo: The Revolution. While I often times like to think outside the box, I believe that this is no coincidence. When WWE gets a marketing machine going, they tend to go all out. With the current push of the “Attitude Era” and the New World Order, it would make perfect sense to bring it full circle.
- One man that the fans have consistently wanted in the WWE Hall of Fame is “Macho Man” Randy Savage. There aren’t many bigger Randy Savage fans than myself. It has been a grave injustice that Savage was never inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame before his untimely passing.
Recently, the brother of Randy Savage, Lanny Poffo, stated that he would deny all requests from WWE for The Macho Man to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame unless Lanny himself and their father were also inducted as a family package. Maybe this could be a loophole that WWE needs to get the legacy of Randy Savage into the WWE Hall of Fame.
In the months leading up to the passing of Randy Savage, he seemed to be coming to a working relationship with WWE. A career retrospective DVD was released, action figures were distributed and the likeness of Randy Savage was used in video games.
There is truly no doubt in my mind that the bridge was being rebuilt and it wouldn’t have been long before he graced the stage to accept his Hall of Fame honor. Randy was a key member to the nWo and could be a key member to this induction.
- Considering the WWE inducted The Four Horsemen (well deserved), it shouldn’t be a true shock if the nWo was the next faction to get in. There were many Four Horsemen and we all know there were tons of members in the nWo, but only the elite were inducted.
The elite members of the nWo all had major moments in both WWE and WCW. This would be the ideal time for the eventual induction.
- Anything can happen in the wacky world of professional wrestling. The rumors of an nWo return of some sort have been running rampant for months. Not only did Kevin Nash stir the pot on numerous occasions, but other respected wrestlers have as well.The fact of the matter is, WWE is lacking that big name to headline their ceremony this coming
April the night before WrestleMania 29. While Mick Foley has been rumored to headline the event, the nWo could create a lasting memory for years to come and send shockwaves through the world of professional wrestling.
I understand that this scenario hasn’t been brought up in any of those hideous “newwzz” sites that destroy the integrity of professional wrestling journalism. This is one guy that has a clear mind about the unbelievable possibilities that the WWE can provide for the professional wrestling fans.
Maybe this is wishful thinking, but if WWE wants to shake the wrestling world to it’s core and stir up a bit of well needed publicity during WrestleMania season, a small reunion of the nWo at the WWE Hall of Fame would be a way to do it.
Keep it real.
“Jersey Strong” Jay
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