The Wolfpac - WCW Magazine #44 [November 1998]
Can we be honest now? Can we finally admit how lame the good-guy version of the nWo was and how ridiculous of the concept of these guys (and “Macho Man” Randy Savage who’s not included in the photo) forming a gang to be absolutely ridiculous? I will admit that the Wolfpac shirt design was kind of alright and probably something current-day hipsters would kill to own, but this whole group was dumb.
Also by writing this, I have to openly announce by law that I am an nWo black and white guy “4 life”, but I don’t think I’m THAT biased. That group went to hell around this time too! Don’t even get me started on the nWo 2000 group that had Jeff fucking Jarrett as their leader with Bret Hart as one of his minions.
Wolfpac Sting - WCW/nWo Magazine #44 [October 1998]
This was such a weird turn for the Sting persona to go. He spent over a year being a silent guardian of WCW, only to join the cool, good-guy version of the New World Order during the summer of 1998. It felt weird, the red and black facepaint looked terrible on the guy, and The Stinger not only started talking again, but he never shut the hell up when he got started!
I made sure to always go with the black and white version everytime I played as Sting in WCW/nWo: Revenge. It was the only right decision.