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Re: Best Nation Of Domination members

Aha so he did. The mind plays tricks.

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Never really understood why they had Owen Hart join the Nation. I understand the Owen face run at the beginning of 1998 was a disaster but turning him heel by joining an all-black group was strange.

Looking back I guess they wanted to push the Nation to the next level and it worked out for them thanks to the feud with D-Generation X (which may have been a result of long term thinking thanks to the Owen-Triple H rivalry). Well, everyone except Owen, who was just left floundering in rubbish feuds with Dan Severn and Steve Blackman.
The Nation Of Domination stopped being about 'Black Supremacy' by the time The Rock took over, then it became more about protecting him and his IC title, so by the time a Owen joined it didn't really matter.

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The Rock obviously

but if you were telling me what was the best period or the nation, I'm torn between 97 when Rock was still a rookie with farooq as the full blown leader, or during the Nation vs DX feud in 98 (one of my favourite gags of the attitude era was the referees running in during the nation's entrance just to stop Kama, D'lo and Henry from assisting Rock during the match, the way the refs run and surround the members )

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The Rock obviously

but if you were telling me what was the best period or the nation, I'm torn between 97 when Rock was still a rookie with farooq as the full blown leader, or during the Nation vs DX feud in 98 (one of my favourite gags of the attitude era was the referees running in during the nation's entrance just to stop Kama, D'lo and Henry from assisting Rock during the match, the way the refs run and surround the members )



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Faarooq, DLo, Mark Henry, The Rock

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Re: Best Nation Of Domination members

No love for Clarence Mason or Wolfie D and J.C. Ice?

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Never really understood why they had Owen Hart join the Nation. I understand the Owen face run at the beginning of 1998 was a disaster but turning him heel by joining an all-black group was strange.

Looking back I guess they wanted to push the Nation to the next level and it worked out for them thanks to the feud with D-Generation X (which may have been a result of long term thinking thanks to the Owen-Triple H rivalry). Well, everyone except Owen, who was just left floundering in rubbish feuds with Dan Severn and Steve Blackman.
When the Nation of Domination first started, Clarence Mason represented the N.O.D and also represented Owen Hart and the British Bulldog. So plausibly, there may have been ties between Owen and The Nation.

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For me, it was Kama Mustafa. He had the attitude and the perfect name in the stable.

After him, probably Faarooq, as he just looks like a black militant and like he could have had a starring role in "I'm Gonna Git You, Sucka" and other movies with Jim Brown, Jim Kelly & Fred Williamson.

After him, The Rock, as Rock really made the stable stand out and actually got them nice heat.




And when the hell was Trevor Murdoch in the NOD? By the time he broke into the business, the NOD was dead.


And now, I see OP says Kane. I might have been trolled. That or OP has no idea what he's talking about, since there was no mention of Clarence Mason, PG-13 or any of the guys from the USWA faction.

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I always liked D'Lo and lost a bet when I said to my friends in 1998 that he will be WWE champion before the year 2000 ended. Too bad that the accident with Droz happened and Russo left wo was his biggest fan.
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Re: Best Nation Of Domination members

I liked the look of Kama before the Godfather persona. He looked angry and made a good aggressive heel IMO.
Farooq was good in the early days but I think Rock taking over was a very good move.
D'Lo had a funny voice and lisp when he first joined it and was a little bigger but boy he improved.
Owen was a bit random but I did enjoy the storyline of DX vs. The Nation where Owen gets ripped on by the impressionist.

Nation vs. DX was a great storyline, especially with Rock and HHH having battles years after too.
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Re: Best Nation Of Domination members

PG 13 were a fun part of the Nation. JC Ice and Wolfie D were the shit.
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