The Original NWO Confirmed To Reunite In Black And White

Controversy aside, Hogan, Hall and Nash are really taking this "4 life" thing seriously.

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The New World Order are sticking to their word of being "4 life" with the original trio of Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash officially reuniting in a short teaser video released on Twitter.

22 years and it still is and always will be 4 LifeHollywood 2 sweeeeet HH@RealKevinNash @SCOTTHALLNWO #4life #toosweet #nwo

— Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) August 16, 2018

It's been 22 years since Hulk Hogan notoriously turned heel and joined forces with The Outsiders — Hall and Nash — to form the nWo, and consequently propel WCW into the lead position in a Monday night wrestling ratings battle. Though the nWo stable quickly grew to a disproportionate size, and soon splintered off into multiple chapters, the original trio are directly responsible for sparking the nWo VS. WCW feud which almost won the WWF VS. WCW war.

While the short video confirms the various teases from the three founding members that some sort of nWo homecoming was in order, it still remains a mystery as to what the iconic lineup intends to do in 2018.

It's only been a month since Hulk Hogan had a controversial reunion of his own as the WWE reinstated him into the Hall of Fame following a three year exile.

Hogan's previous teases of a "big announcement" contained cryptic mentions of an October 27th date, and this likely puts a SummerSlam 2018 appearance out of the equation. According to reports, it is much more likely that the reunion will play out on as nostalgia-driven WWE Network special, or simply an episode of Table for Three.

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Only time will tell what the nWo and the WWE have in store for 2018, but with the video evidence from Hogan, Hall and Nash in full Hollywood regalia, we can now confirm that, controversial or not, there will be at least one more night in black and white for the world of sports entertainment.

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