The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) was one of the most popular wrestling promotions in the world. And one particular phenomenon in the WWF was the group known as N.W.O. (New World Order). This group of wrestlers was formed in 1996 and since then has become a cultural icon and an inspiration for wrestlers around the world.
The Formation of the Group
The original N.W.O. was founded by wrestling icon “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, along with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. With strong leadership from Hogan, N.W.O. quickly gained popularity and success as an organization, and led to a shift in the wrestling world as feature matches became more “main event” in style.
The Impact of N.W.O.
N.W.O. had a major impact in the wrestling world, as it brought the concept of a stable or group to the mainstream. This new style caught fire and other wrestling promotions began to copy the style. The importance of having a strong group and powerful leadership, concepts displayed by the N.W.O., proved to be extremely successful and would prove to be a template for other groups that would follow.
One of the most memorable things about N.W.O. was their infamous catchphrase, “when you’re N.W.O., you’re N.W.O. for life”. This phrase was often repeated by Hogan and became a way for the members of N.W.O. to express their loyalty towards the group. It was a way of showing that no matter what, the members of N.W.O. always had each other’s backs.
N.W.O. was a major success in the wrestling world and still stands as a symbol of strength and loyalty within the wrestling industry. The fame and notoriety of the organization has contributed to the overall success of the sport and will continue to be a legacy that will stand the test of time. “When you’re N.W.O., you’re N.W.O. for life” is a reminder that where there is strength in numbers, greatness can be achieved.