Someone Bought This: Fake NWO shirt

11 Submitted by on Wed, 19 March 2014, 18:00

NWO New World Order shirt fake

We all know there’s only one New World Order in wrestling.

Uh well, okay that isn’t quite true, but when you think of the NWO logo, you think of this:

New World Order NWO logo

Not that lame logo up there.

You could buy this fake NWO shirt and… well, I don’t know why you’d want to buy it (except to support thru Amazon, of course!).

What a cheesy, stupid attempt to cash-in on the success of the real NWO.

Or maybe they just want to sell this to people who like conspiracy theories?

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11 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Fake NWO shirt"
  1. Brad says:

    they should’ve given these shirts to the NWO “B team”

  2. Matt Soileau says:

    Something a clueless but well meaning relative would get you for Christmas.

  3. John C says:

    Here Virgil you can sell the knockoff NWO t-shirts along with your autograph.

  4. s1mon86 says:

    well these days it’s a fashion thing to wear fake sports jerseys, maybe they are playing into that market

  5. Cenamark says:

    Maybe since they’re fake shirts, people will assume you’re part of the sinister conspiracy. If these shirts got too popular it would drive Alex Jones even more bonkers.

  6. Guilty Party says:

    Finally! A place to buy that baby blue off brand nWo shirt I’ve always wanted!

  7. AK says:

    Maybe the shirt isn’t a knock off of the NWO wares and is actually an homage to N.W.O, (New World Order) by Ministry.

    It’s a possibility.

  8. Kevin Nash And His Quad says:

    Look at the adjective! Shirt!

  9. Felicity says:

    They didn’t have the real NWO shirt available in stores at the time that I decided I wanted one, so I printed out the NWO logo and took it to the Dog’s Ear at the mall to have them make a fake NWO shirt for me. But at least I took the trouble to print out a copy of the actual NWO logo.

    My friend who was into conspiracy theories wondered why I would want to join the New World Order so I explained about the wrestling NWO. Ironically I think this same friend lent me some Ministry albums a few years earlier so this would not have been the first place he’d have heard the phrase “New World Order.” But when the wrestling NWO was peaking, so was the “X-Files”/Art Bell/UFO phenomenon, so the confusion was understandable. It was a fun time in popular culture!

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