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Since they were in the NWO when with WCW, you think the WWF will switch them to NWO or keep them WWF?



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I think X-Pac and Bossman would generate too much of a "Who cares?" reaction for it to make a difference where they go.

Big Show, on the other hand, would be a good person to have switch over. I'm not sure it would be "shocking" enough to make people care right away, but I think he would fit in well as their big scary "OMG, he's kicking everyone's ass, he cant be stopped" enforcer type guy.



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Big Show, on the other hand, would be a good person to have switch over. I'm not sure it would be "shocking" enough to make people care right away, but I think he would fit in well as their big scary "OMG, he's kicking everyone's ass, he cant be stopped" enforcer type guy.



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Yeah, but there's no reason they cant do it again. He's still "500lbs", he's still "7 feet tall", he's still real scary lookin, he's still a big ass killer-type dude people could/should be afraid of.



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Hennig was also is the nWo also, but I don't think he'll be in this nWo.

The three you mentioned are all possible though. X-Pac is likely cause he's one of the clique. Bossman is very possible since he's always with Vince. And Big Show seemed to be the hell in the match vs. Kane last night so maybe it's the start of a turn.

A lot of people have talked about how they should renact nWo like it was last time with Hall showing up first one Monday night, then Nash at the ppv, and then Hogan at the next ppv. Well for me one of the biggest shockers was when Dungeon of Doom were wrestling the Four Horseman, the nWo attacked then The Giant came to save them all but actually joined them.

They could do something similar only have Jericho and his cronies fighting Rock, Stone Cold, and HHH or something like that.



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i would like to see big show switch sometime.. maybe even rt after the ppv... x-pac would be great with hall and nash... but the crowd wouldn't care... and ummmmm who cares about bossman... i dont even remember him in the nWo......



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X-Pac would be awesome in a "Little Buddy" role with Hall and Nash. He's at his best being an annoying little shit street punk.

The Big Show is another good guy to stick with the group - if because of his history with the group, and able to play the role of enforcer. When you call out the nWo, The Big Show is the one to answer your challenges and just Chokeslam the snot out of you.

Bossman is iffy... He might be good in a bodyguard style role, but who knows how much the fans are willing to accept him doing such? It's hard to say, simply because the WWF has done so little with him since his return. Maybe worth a shot.




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I forgot about Henning, Was Raven ever in the NWO?



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Nope. Raven was never in the nWo. Although with Hennig, he was one of two “big free-agents” that various factions in WCW were all scrambling for at the same time in 1997.

Hennig was recruited by Ric Flair to join the Horsemen. They teamed together on a few occasions before Hennig finally agreed to join-- and then turned on them at War Games to join the nWo.

Raven started an angle with Stevie Richards, eventually forming Raven's Flock. The Flock consisted of, among other people, Saturn, Reese, Sick Boy, Lodi, and Kidman. The Flock feuded with Chris Benoit throughout a goodly portion of 1998.



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Was Raven ever in the NWO?

No.

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I think X-Pac will be in the NWO, that is a no-brainer. The "Smoking" Big Show would be badass in the NWO. He can go back to being a monster. It also would give him something to do since the writers have no idea currently.



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I don't think anyone but Hogan, Hall and Nash should be in the nWo. I think that would be the best way to deliver the maximum effect. I'm pretty sure your WM main event will be Hogan/Hall/Nash v. Rock/Austin/Flair.



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I doubt if that would be the main event..
I sure hope not. Doesn't sound like a big lumpy clusterfuck main event..perhaps a bit lower on the card..

Bossman was in the nWo as Big Bubba and he was in the B-team.
What is all this talk btw about 'who will join'?
That way it would go back to the good old 30 guy nWo angle that actually killed it the first time..

X-Pac might join, coming with the revelation that he hates the wwf and how they kept him down because he is buddies with Hall & Nash.

Show? I doubt it. I would use him as an adversary but for that you would have to build him as a bad mofo first..
Then again, if he keeps jobbing he could claim the same as X-Pac (they keep me down because i used to be in the nwo)

if they want more ppl to join the nwo i think they should be outside guys as well. if you have wwf people switch it just becomes invasion prt 2."ooh..a turn..shocking..*shrug*"

Btw..is it confirmed that its hall, nash,hogaine and just those three? It would be sweet if someone else would appear. I dunno..JJ? would we actually know about his contract talks (i dont mean the stuff JR tells us, but actual things)? Was anybody aware the RVD had been signed?




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#14 Posted on
Originally posted by dMp
Bossman was in the nWo as Big Bubba and he was in the B-team.

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I will fully admit to marking out like a 7 year old when Big Bubba got kicked out of the NWO and teamed up with the Steiners... but I was younger and more innocent then. Nowadays I'd much rather see a 3 man NWO, that way there are no hangers on to kick out and start mini feuds that go nowhere with.


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I think they definitely need a few more members in the nWo, not as many in WCW cause that's what ruined it, but they do need a few more members because A) are we really to expect that 3 guys by themself can take on the WWF and B)I would hope the nWo would have someone who can actually have entertaining matches. I was also thinking about bringing in Jarrett. They could also get Steiner? Maybe even Mysterio? Or if they aren't going to get "free agents" maybe they should use people who are in the WCW/ECW who haven't come back to t.v. since they are "fired".



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The WCW/ECW guys can't join the nWo. All their credibility was shot when they lost at Survivor Series. What would work is if while the nWo comes in to wreak havoc, the WCW/ECW guys could make their own appearance and try to takeover as well. That way we have WWF/WECW/nWo all going at it. That'd be kind of fun. And of course all the WECW guys could come back as The Flock

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Apologies for this being boderline fantasy booking, but if even one of the guys mentioned above (preferably Big Show) joined the nWo with some flimsy excuse like "Well we said it was '4 life'." they could do some shit hot "can we trust the other ex-nWo guys" angles.


No wait, the other guys would be X-pac and Bossman... never mind.



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#19 Posted on
Wait, hold up. You are saying keep this "unstoppable force at 3?" That is not going to work. I say keep it at 5 or 6. That way it will be a force. 3 guys don't make a force. Especially when you have HHH, Rock, Austin, Kane, UT, Angle, etc. on the WWF-side. I think it would be silly to have a poison with only 3 members.



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#20 Posted on
Originally posted by dskillz
Wait, hold up. You are saying keep this "unstoppable force at 3?" That is not going to work. I say keep it at 5 or 6. That way it will be a force. 3 guys don't make a force. Especially when you have HHH, Rock, Austin, Kane, UT, Angle, etc. on the WWF-side. I think it would be silly to have a poison with only 3 members.

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Actually, I think that WWF could make a 3 man NWO into a reckoning force, especially if they play it off with them being brought in by Vince with carte blanche to do whatever they want so long as they kill the WWF. That means Vince gives them the backstage clout to get people fired if they try to fight back, etc.

p.s.- CRZ, whats with the shame on my last post dude?



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Oh ok, sorry I didn't know. Thanks.

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Remember that commercial free Raw a few years ago? That one had commercials in Canada. So there is precedent, if nothing else, but I wonder how far ahead they've really thought with this.
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