The New World Order was one of the greatest stables in the history of wrestling. It's also the group that can claim that they had the most members too. From the time it started in the summer of 1996 to the time it officially died in the summer of 2002 they had over 40 different people in the group. When the group started as a trio at WCW Bash at the Beach on July 7, 1996 with Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall as the original members it truly was the strongest force in professional wrestling. Within a month, others started to join and by the end of that year there were over a dozen people that had joined it. In 1998 there were two versions of the NWO, which was NWO Hollywood (black & white) and NWO Wolfpac (black & red). Those stables dominated the company for much of the year until they decided to kill them off and re-form the group again at the start of 1999 when Hogan beat Nash for the WCW Title during the infamous "fingerpoke of doom" match on January 4th. That didn't last that long, so they did another relaunch later in 1999 and into 2000. When Hogan, Hall & Nash went to WWE in February 2002 they did so as the original NWO. It was surreal to see them back in WWE. By July 2002 the group was done due to injuries and simply because it wasn't working well. It's time to look back at some of the worst members in NWO history. This isn't an easy task because there are so many bad ones in the various incarnations of the group. Why did people think that it was smart to have so many members anyway? It made no sense. Here's a look at the seven worst members in the history of the New World Order.
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