Hogan and Nash was set for later in the evening. The World Championship would be on the line.
While Goldberg tried to reason his way out of the Atlanta police department, tension built between the former nWo founders. The main event arrived. Nash surprised the world by arriving to the ring with Scott Hall. Fans cheered and jeered -- they'd wanted to see the Outsiders reunite, but also realized that Nash had purposely cheated in his Starrcade match.
Hogan made his entrance to a chorus of hatred and boos. Finally, Nash and Hogan were no longer side-by-side -- they were face-to-face and ready to find out which man truly deserved the moniker of nWo leader.
Elizabeth's story crumbled, and Goldberg had been released from custody. A police car with flashing lights and a roaring siren rushed the phenom to the Georgia Dome.
The main event had already started. Hogan and Nash circled each other. Hogan touched Nash's shoulder, and Nash was knocked unconscious.
Hogan had beaten Nash and earned his championship once again. The entire Goldberg arrest, Hogan's retirement, Scott Hall's appearance were all a brilliant plan to defeat Goldberg and return the belt to Hogan. Fans across the globe were outraged by the deception.
But no one felt Goldberg's rage. The phenom rushed the ring and started wailing on all the players. That's when Lex Luger revealed his part in the plan. While Wolfpac members Savage and Konnan fought for the cause, Luger and Nash had been plotting to dump their partners and form a new, more powerful union.
The nWo had been reborn. They had compiled an even more impressive cast of players. They had the World Title and had rediscovered their original focus -- complete control of WCW.
It appeared to be the perfect plan... except for one minor complication. Bischoff had lost control of WCW to Flair a week earlier, and The Nature Boy was about to lose his mind.
Not to mention Nash was nearing a breakdown of his own. Once again, he'd surrendered to the will of Hollywood Hogan. Once again, he was the second man -- despite never truly losing a match.
A whole slew of new problems faced the nWo.
But it was old tensions that promised to bring the group's demise.
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