One of my absolute favorite Hulk Hogan shirts, I wish I had picked one up back in the day.
WCW/nWo Magazine Subscription Advert 
Remember everyone, you have until March 31st to get in on this special price! Fill the forms out and send your monies in!
A rather amusing screengrab I took while watching nWo: the Revolution DVD.
Might be more on the documentary later.
Kevin Nash, The Giant, Scott Hall, and Syxx, the nWo - WCW World War 3 [11/24/1996]
A classic shot of the heel stable during what was always my favorite WCW PPV. Unless you were an avid watcher of WCW Saturday Night and WCW Worldwide (which I was), you would have no clue who a majority of the guys were in the three-ring, sixty-men, battle royal main event. In this particular match, the stand-out names that catch my eye are Mr. JL (Jerry Lynn), Jim Powers (notable WWF jobber), The Renegade (WCW’s version of the Ultimate Warrior) and Bunkhouse Buck (who portrayed Jack Swagger’s fictional father on Smackdown in 2010).
Loved these matches. Way better than any dumb Royal Rumble.
New World Order - WCW Magazine #22 [December 1996]
It’s the whole gang! Scott Hall! Ted DiBiase!! Fake Sting!!!
nWo Magazine #1 [December 1996]
Due to the New World Order beating WCW at Fall Brawl: War Games, the nWo was awarded twenty percent of WCW Magazine where they had their own writers, their own photographers, and their own merchandise section.
Fun little gimmick that helped sell the nWo as an invading force.
nWo Headshot - WCW 
I loved how WCW treated the nWo as it’s own separate faction, even down to giving them their own unique design for their headshots. It’s a nice touch.
Not worth your time.
NWOwrestling.com Advert - WCW Magazine #37 [April 1998]
I’m sad to see that NWOwrestling.com doesn’t automatically link to the WWE.com site, but a generic “THIS PAGE MAY BE FOR SALE” holding page.
Looks like I missed out on all the action that was just too sweeeeeeeet to miss.
The nWo Merchandise Catalog - WCW Magazine #37 [April 1998]
I love the fact that the nWo had their own separate merchandise section inside WCW Magazine full of their own New World Order gear.
Out of everything listed, which one item would you go back in time for? Since I already own that kid nWo heavyweight belt, I’m thinking that the Hollywood Hogan or the Outsiders shirt might be pretty cool to have.