AND Flair is (apparently) in league with X-Pac and the Big Show now ...
How about just scrapping the whole NWO idea altogether (nobody will miss it) and have Flair come out and "change" the group to the Four Horsemen?
Now, a lot of people will think it sacrilegious to even suggest that X-Pac and Show could be members of a new incarnation of the Four Horsemen, but I think it could work ... Have Flair start off the next RAW cutting a promo in the ring with an NWO shirt on; then 'Pac and Show come out to join him, also sporting NWO shirts.
Then, after your standard Flair heel promo (telling someone in the front row to "Shut up, fat boy" and such), have him bring up all the negative comments about the "NWO poison" he was spouting off about when the group first made their re-appearance ... Now, instead of just IGNORING all of his past history battling the NWO (which renders his current heel turn completely improbable and stupid), use it as the very reason for Flair infiltrating the group and having them run wild on the wrestling world Horsemen style!
Boom, rip off the shirts, flash the Horsemen sign, and we're done ... Let the reaction of the crowd determine which side of the fence this group goes on (heel or face), maybe have Austin run out to add to the intrigue, and we all forget the NWO thing ever happened. AGAIN.
Then, (for the smarks out there) make a big "mystery" about who the fourth member of the team will be, then have Benoit make his triumphant return and slap the Crossface on Austin.
Well, enough "fantasy booking" for me ... I just think it would be an interesting way to re-introduce the Horsemen stable to the pro wrestling world.
The best thing they could do is just kill the whole NWO angle Monday night. With Nash hurt and Hall fired what is the use of keeping the angle alive or trying to bring back the horsemen. They should leave the Horsemen dead so that they do not ruin the legacy.
This entire thing we're involved with called the world is an opportunity to exhibit how exciting alienation can be. Life is a matter of a miracle that is collected over time by moments flabbergasted to be in each others' presence. The world is an exam, to see if we can rise into the direct experiences. Our eyesight is here as a test, to see if we can see beyond it. Matter is here as a test for our curiosity. Doubt is here as an exam for our vitality.
I groaned when I saw it was 10:45 and they were already starting the main event. I knew that 15 of the 20 minutes left were going to involve Randy Orton standing around and doing nothing and trying to look "cunning" and "dangerous".