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WWE Superstar Wants To Bring Back A WCW Stable

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• WWE Superstar Wants To Bring Back A WCW Stable

WWE recently celebrated nWo week, on the occasion of the 25 year anniversary of Hulk Hogan’s famous Bash at the Beach 1996 heel turn, that is arguably the greatest heel turn in professional wrestling history, including the birth of the New World Order.

However, aside from the different versions of the actual nWo (nWo black & white, nWo Wolfpac, nWo Elite, nWo 2000, …), there was also the Latino World Order (lWo), led by Eddie Guerrero, a faction that included Rey Mysterio, who is still wrestling for WWE these days.

Rey’s son Dominik, who’s also a current WWE Superstar, tweeted the following:

“Bring it back… #LWO #4lyfe #LatinoGang”

Also Read: Dominik & Rey Mysterio Are A Part Of A Big Match On The Upcoming Episode Of SmackDown

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 67th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “The Natural” Butch Reed (Real name: Bruce Reed).

Most Old School Wrestling Fans remember Butch Reed for his time in Bill Watts’ Mid-South Wrestling (1983-1986), the World Wrestling Federation (1986-1988) and Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1988-1992), where he formed a famous Tag Team with Ron Simmons called ‘Doom’.

During his time in the WWF, Reed was considered to become the Intercontinental Champion, but the decision was changed, when Reed no-showed an earlier house show, so they decided to put the Title on The Honky Tonk Man instead.

Unlike his former Tag Team partner Ron Simmons, Butch Reed was not inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame yet, which might not happen anytime soon either, as he was a part of a lawsuit against the WWE regarding traumatic brain injuries, which was dismissed in September 2018.


July 11, 1954 – February 5, 2021

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