New World Order Tag

- Scott Hall appeared as advertised on Saturday for an autograph signing at the Frank & Son Collectible Show in City of Industry, California. It was a make-up appearance for no-showing a New World Order reunion two weeks earlier due to transportation issues. Appearing alongside Sean Waltman, Hall was extremely friendly, outgoing and took the time to talk to each fan, according to a report on He was also candid with fans regarding his experiences in wrestling. – Magic Mike, which features Kevin Nash in a small role asRead More

Posted On July 3, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

WWE Working On nWo DVD, Rock Takes Low Blow On Movie Set

- is reporting that WWE is planning to release a DVD/Blu-Ray set in November profiling the New World Order (nWo). This would be WWE’s second nWo-themed DVD, with the first being 2002′s “nWo Back in Black” DVD, which featured a documentary and several memorable moments and matches. – An unfortunate incident took place during the filming of The Rock and Mark Wahlberg’s new bodybuilder movie, Pain and Gain. Wahlberg took his 3 year-old son to the set one day and introduced him to The Rock. “He gives my oneRead More

Posted On May 3, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Takes Shot At TNA Executive Producer Eric Bischoff

WWE’s website features an article looking at the Cruiserweight Title in WCW. The article includes a shot at former WCW president Eric Bischoff, while also giving him credit. The article states the following about current TNA Executive Producer: “At the height of the heated “Monday Night Wars,” Hulk Hogan and his New World Order cronies were getting much of the credit for the record television ratings of WCW’s flagship program, Nitro. And they deserved it. But fans tuning into TNT to see exciting matches weren’t getting it from guys likeRead More

Posted On September 5, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

WWE Teases Hall of Fame Inductees, Legend Lighters Released

– The latest issue of WWE Magazine says they have obtained a short list of candidates for induction into next year’s Hall of Fame class and it features past Superstars estranged from WWE. The Informer wrote in his monthly column: “A trusted source managed to sneak me the short list for the 2012 WWE Hall of Fame, and I can tell you that a lot of old wounds are about to be reopened!” — WWE has released seven-inch refillable lighters featuring six legendary Superstars: “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, “Stone Cold” SteveRead More
– WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes spoke with The Associated Press Friday regarding the death of Randy Savage. “There’s probably five or six of us, with Andre (the Giant) and (Hulk) Hogan and thankfully myself and (Ric) Flair, that, when their names pop up, even if you’re not a fan, you know who in the hell these people are,” said Rhodes. “You say, ‘I know this guy. I know Macho Man Randy Savage.’ He was part of that breed. We lost a good one… He was a recluse, almost.Read More