The 1990s were an extremely important decade for wrestling. The sport had exploded in popularity and featured easy to follow good guy vs bad stories. World Championship Wrestling was founded in 1988 and rose to prominence in the mid 1990s with the addition of some prominent WWF stars. But the entire industry was shaken up when the New World Order debuted in 1996. The crew, led by WWF expats Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, quickly expanded to include Hulk Hogan, Ted DiBiase, Syxx, and many more. Their bad boy image set the stage for a sea change in wrestling, where attitude was the most important currency. nWo eventually split into several different iterations, including the nWo Wolfpac who donned red and black logos. They grew to be one of the biggest and most disruptive crews in wrestling and their success changed the industry forever. This original New World Order shirt, in nice and faded condition, is from 1998. Fits like a medium but please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.