Evolution had Mark Jindrak, who never actually appeared for them. But did the bWo have any unrevealed members? Fightful went straight to the source for a burning question.
If you're lost on the Jindrak/Evolution connection, the WCW veteran was originally pegged for a spot that went to Batista in the group. It went as far as vignettes being filmed that Jindrak participated in. While the Blue World Order's comedic aspect was on the other end of the spectrum, as it turns out, there were nixed plans for a familiar face to rock music fans that could have donned the blue....hair? shirt? something?
"We had a lot of honorary members during the heyday when we were pushing for people to buy a shirt. New Jack would run in and he would wear a shirt, or the Pitbulls would wear a shirt. When I was in WWE, Joe C. was going to be "Mini Meanie" and we were going to dye his hair blue. I knew Joe C. when I started to train with Al Snow," he said.
The Blue World Order had runs within WWE, ECW, and still across indie promotions to this day. That's not something lost on Meanie, who seemed humbled by the fact that people still wear bWo shirts, and let him know when they see them.
"It's insane, it's 2019 and we celebrated an anniversary (a few years ago), and people still remember it. When one shows up on Raw, my timeline explodes. It's cool. In this business you can doubt yourself, if you did anything and it feels great. If one person remembers me, I've done something," said Meanie, who compared himself to the Philly Fanatic of pro wrestling.
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