15 Things You Probably Forgot About Triple H

THE NEW AGE OUTLAWS HATED HIM

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The New Age Outlaws were part of Triple H’s new D-Generation X after Shawn Michaels went down with a rehabilitating back injury. The stable would be together for much of Attitude Era. But both Road Dogg and Billy Gunn did not leave the company on the best of terms and would end up heading over to TNA. They would reform their tag team under the team name of The James Gang and later the Voodoo Kin Mafia, a play on the initials of Vincent Kennedy McMahon. Each and every week the two would cut scathing promos on Triple H and WWE in general. Luckily, the two would eventually return to WWE and would have backstage jobs until Gunn was fired for using steroids.



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