This time, the former leader of the villainous and iconic faction took to Instagram and shared an epic, nostalgic-feeling promo with Nash and Hall. It may be a little too sweet for nWo fans, to say the least.
As you can see, Hogan is once again donning the black beard and same sunglasses he wore during the nWo's run in the '90s. It was very short and sweet too, so perhaps they want to keep us guessing as to what the promo could mean exactly.
July 7th marked the 22-year anniversary of the stable's formation, at the 1996 Bash at the Beach pay-per-view. Earlier this month, Hogan, Hall and Nash were seen donning nWo merchandise and filming at Hogan's Beach Shop in Orlando, Florida.
The last time these three appeared on WWE television together was at WrestleMania 31 in San Francisco, interfering in Sting's match against Triple H. The Game received support from his old D-Generation X pals, and the nWo came out to help out Sting, their long-time nemesis in WCW.
The stable formed in 1996 and would dominate the wrestling landscape, putting WCW on the map even more and helping them instigate the 'Monday Night Wars' with Vince McMahon and the WWE. Hogan's shocking heel turn forever changed the history of professional wrestling, and there's no telling just how different it could have been if he never made the turn to the dark side.
When WWE bought out WCW in 2001, Nash, Hogan and Hall all reformed the nWo and began feuding with The Rock and Steve Austin. The group broke up after WrestleMania X8, and they've only made sporadic appearances ever since.
With the SmackDown 1,000th episode coming up on Oct. 16, may we see an nWo reunion then? We're not sure yet, but Hogan is keeping us on our toes.