On Twitter, Kevin Nash was claiming the NWO was going to return.
Was he just having fun? Trying to fool people? Maybe had too many glasses of wine?
WWE has hinted at a New World Order reunion in the past (during the last DX run), only to have nothing come of it. The death of the group happened just over 10 years ago, so maybe the time would be right to give it another chance.
While it’s still unlikely, a new NWO is fun to think about. But who would be the new members of the legendary stable?
It's safe to say that WWE probably wouldn't be bringing back The Disciple and Vincent to join the group, so there's plenty of open spots.
There are a lot of talented acts in WWE who could use a big storyline to help their character, and would be a great fit for a new version of the NWO.
But there are even more wrestlers who just wouldn't fit in. The New World Order had an anti-authority, edgy feel to it in WCW, so guys like Santino and Hornswoggle probably wouldn't be welcome to join.
There were many members of the original NWO. A few were quite successful, and their time in the group propelled them to new levels. Alongside the listed wrestler, I've paired up his or her counterpart from the original black and white.
Here are 12 members, some obvious, some a little strange, who could create an exciting NWO for a new era of fans and make WWE television Too Sweeeeeeeeet.
All photos from wwe.com unless noted.