These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: The nWo Souled Out PPVs, especially the first one. The commentary team was an nWo provided team who buried all the faces, all the matches were refereed by the nWo's corrupt referee Nick Patrick, and generally it was so obviously a predetermined victory for the nWo that the fans didn't react much one way or the other. In an nWo documentary made years later, Kevin Nash said, in hindsight, the first Souled Out was the beginning of the end, as that made it clear that things had gotten out of control.
Which is kind of Hilarious in Hindsight since most smarks would now emphatically agree with Heenan's assessment.
Mis-blamed: The face nWo Wolfpac was actually very popular, maybe even MORE popular than the original nWo (at least a quarter of the audience was covered in Wolfpac merch and signs). The bookers hadn't even planned to make the Wolfpac face, it was the massive positive reactions they got that turned them face. In the retelling, they're usually made out to be stale and a ratings drain, but they were popular enough that during the Nash/Goldberg match, the commentators had to no-sell very audible "Goldberg sucks" chants from Wolfpac fans.
Older Than They Think: Not everybody remembers that the Wolfpac was the trio of ex-Kliq members Nash, Hall, and Waltman within the unified nWo before it was the black-and-red splinter group led by Nash with the rap theme done by C-Murder.
Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: Several wrestlers whose popularity had been waning got this treatment by either feuding with or joining the nWo, not the least of which was Hogan himself.
The "Wolfpac Theme" of "Burn" by a little-known rap group called Militia.
White Gang-Bangers: The nWo was modelled pretty heavily on an LA street gang, with their hand signs, members all wearing the same colours and spraypaint, even their motto "nWo 4 life" is similar to several of the more brutal gangs like MS-13 that execute members who try to leave. Being raised from the fairly monochrome WCW roster, they were made up almost entirely of whites, and one fake hispanic.