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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

Can't be anyone other than BROTHER, brother!
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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

Fake Sting.

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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

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Fake Sting.
Fake Sting was a great addition. The guy that used to be Cobra looked exactly like Sting with the makeup on. I was fooled by that first promo where fake Sting pops out of the nWo limo and attacks Luger. I'm like, fuck yeah a Sting heel turn!

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Fake Sting or Stink as Zybyszko liked to call him was great, amazing how over he was in Japan. It helped that such a game performer like Jeff Farmer was playing him, truly an underrated talent.

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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

Hollywood Hogan.

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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?



You can't really say anybody else IMO
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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

hoke hogan.....end of thread sir
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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

I know most people probably disagree but I never saw anyone other than Nash as the legit leader of the nWo.

The nWo may have seemed like Hogan's deal to most but the soul and the swagger of the group came from Nash and Hall. As Hall became more unreliable the lifeblood of the group was squarly on Nash. When the group split and the Wolfpack formed the players left in the black nWo did not retain the swagger and coolness the red faction did mainly because Nash, the heart of the group had left.
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Re: Who did you consider the leader of the nWo?

^^^
Finally some Kevin Nash love in this BITCH!

Anyway, it was Hogan. The Outsiders were great, but the nWo wouldn't have worked it was Bret or Sting. Not even Savage could do what Hogan did with it.

Hogan had been the guy for so long that not only was it fresh to see him as a heel, but he had learned so many tricks or had ideas for so long on being a heel that it just genuinely seemed like he wanted to be the most hated man in wrestling.
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I'm pretty sure it was Vincent.

We're talking about the nWo B Team, right?

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