Report – nWo Veterans Frustrated With WWE T-Shirts, + Jeff Jarrett On WWE/AEW ‘War’


According to a report from Fightful Select, several members of the New World Order (nWo) expressed frustrations with a new t-shirt from WWE.

The t-shirt recently made the rounds on social media and was disapproved of by nWo veterans.


The report states that unnamed nWo members felt the inclusion of WWE’s logo beneath that of the nWo undermined the shirt’s legacy and overall impact.

According to Wrestling Observer, these t-shirts may be pulled soon and no longer be sold.

As per a WWE talent, a comparable situation arose a few years ago with the website, where resentment arose from the inclusion of certain text and tag elements to t-shirt merchandise, which were thought to negatively impact the sale of that merchandise.

In other news, AEW wrestler Cash Wheeler recently took to Twitter to commemorate FTR’s three-year anniversary with AEW by expressing his gratefulness and thanking several stables and talents who crossed their paths along the journey. Wheeler wrote,

“It’s insane to me that it’s been three years since we came to AEW. I’m thankful for every step of my career, but I’m so glad we took the chance we did.

I legitimately don’t have space on here to list the matches and moments that have changed our careers and lives so much.

Thank you to every fan that’s followed us our whole careers. Thank you to the new fans that are just joining us. Even to the fans that aren’t fans of us, thank you for supporting wrestling.

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In a recent interview with The Bet Las Vegas, AEW’s Director of Business Development Jeff Jarrett addressed WWE NXT Battleground going head-to-head with AEW Double Or Nothing this Sunday. The NXT event takes place in Lowell, MA, while the AEW show happens in Las Vegas, NV. Jarrett said,

At the end of the day, the longevity of my business, I found out real early in my career, and to this day, I compete against myself. That is my number one mindset. I want to be better than I was yesterday. If you compete against yourself day in and day out, that’s the real barometer. You cannot control anything outside of that. You may think you can, you may think you can compete against other talent or other companies or other matches, at the end of the day, the only thing that you can really control, your destiny, is competing against yourself, and that’s what I do day in and day out.”

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