1996 – Scott Hall (or is that Razor Ramon?) leaves the WWF and ‘invades’ WCW Monday Nitro, kicking off the biggest angle of all time
Captured on a simple fan cam at Madison Square Garden, it was the “impromptu goodbye” that shocked the sport.
Shawn Michaels & Marty Janetty are out with the Southern tag team titles, and after getting rid of Lance Russell, they badmouth Scott Hall and The Nightmare
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Hall in a ladder and taser match to gain a measure of revenge for costing him the WCW World title at Starrcade
Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash mastermind the infamous ‘Fingerpoke of Doom’ on Monday Nitro, and reunite both factions of the New World Order
On the final Monday Nitro before Starrcade, the New World Order takes over the show, dismantles the set, and replaces it with nWo logos and signage
Jim Ross tells the WWF Universe that he’s going to bring a couple of WCW defectors back home.
In one of the biggest moments of all time, Hulk Hogan turns his back on WCW at Bash at the Beach, and reinvents himself as the leader of the New World Order
Senior Editor Jim Phillips makes his return to New York City, to appear on The Monte & The Pharoah Show with some notable names
The Steiners continue to play hot potato with Hall and Nash over the tag titles, with controversial decisions and outside interference muddling their feud
One of the greatest transformations in wrestling lore begins, as Sting walks out on WCW and disappears into the shadows…
Surrounded by D-Generation-X, Scott Hall, The Bálor Club and Raw Tag Team Champion Seth Rollins, The Game reflects on an emotional moment in a historic venue
During the main event of Monday Nitro, WCW World Heavyweight Champion Kevin Nash- and the wrestling world- take a shot to the chest from Hollywood Hulk Hogan
Eight days after winning the WCW World Television championship, Scott Hall unceremoniously discards the physical title belt in a trash can backstage
After years of being an ‘outsider’, The Bad Guy steps through the curtain in ECW to a huge ovation