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Billy Gunn Points Out Issue The NWO Had That DX Did Not

During a "Happy Hour" live stream on the Captain's Corner Facebook page, WWE Hall of Famer Billy Gunn was asked his feelings on the New World Order (NWO). "They were okay," he said. "I mean the downfall of the NWO was letting everybody on planet earth be in it. That was the thing about DX, we had five and that was it. No more."
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Billy Gunn Explains Why The New Age Outlaws Didn't Do Ladder Matches

WWE's beloved "Attitude Era" of programming during the late 90s and early 2000s delivered some of the best tag team wrestling fans will ever see. It felt as though there were different styles each team excelled at, whether it be their in-ring, technical prowess, their sneaky, underhanded tactics to score victories, or their tendency to get extreme with daredevil leaps and using weapons. Brian "Road Dogg" James and Billy Gunn excelled in this era's tag team division as The New Age Outlaws, two outspoken brawlers that backed up their trash-talking with a total of six tag team title reigns during their run together. Road Dogg and Gunn weren't afraid to take things to an extreme level on numerous occasions throughout their career, but there was one gimmick match, in particular, they avoided at all costs.
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Billy Gunn On How New Age Outlaws Vs. The Outsiders Would've Played Out

Billy Gunn has a bold idea about the outcome of a feud that never was between two of the most popular pro wrestling factions of the 1990s. During a recent appearance on the Facebook Live interview show "Captain's Corner," the current AEW star took questions from fans and opened up about his time wrestling for the WWF during the Attitude Era, as well as his most recent resurgence with The Acclaimed in AEW. Late in the interview, the WWE Hall of Famer was asked what it would've been like if his old WWF tag team, The New Age Outlaws, had ever faced off against Scott Hall and Kevin Nash's WCW group, The Outsiders. The tag teams were two of the most popular units of their era, which has long left fans wondering who would've won had they ever shared a ring together.
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VIP AUDIO 11/20 – VIP Podcast Vault – 18 Yrs Ago – WKH (11-4-2004): WWE introduces two Muslim characters on Raw, why Billy Gunn, Test, A-Train were released, Russo-Dusty feud, Memphis Wrestling draws big for nostalgia show with Lawler (29 min.)

SHOW SUMMARY: This installment of the PWTorch VIP Vault jumps back to the Nov. 4, 2004 Wade Keller Hotline podcast featuring these topics:. Some talk about our online poll about the Bush-Kerry election. WWE introduces two Muslim characters on Raw…. The releases of Test, Billy Gunn, and A-Train and why...

Billy Gunn Reveals The Person He Travels With In AEW

Who does “Daddy Ass” travel with while on the road with AEW?. During a recent virtual signing with “Captain’s Corner,” The Acclaimed manager commented on his travel arrangements with the company. While he works alongside The Acclaimed on television these days, Gunn usually travels with...

Billy Gunn on a Fantasy Matchup Between The Outsiders and the New Age Outlaws

– During a recent virtual signing with Captain’s Corner, WWE Hall of Famer and AEW talent Billy Gunn was asked about a fantasy matchup between The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) and The New Age Outlaws. Gunn said on the matchup (via, “We would’ve beat the life right out of them.” He continued, “I mean, it would’ve been entertaining, but we would’ve won for sure.”

KiLynn King: Billy Gunn Pushed Me To Be More Intense In The Ring, It’s Coming To Fruition

KiLynn King is listening to some solid advice. During a recent interview with WrestleZone, KiLynn King was asked if there’s a way she tries to emulate her former trainer Billy Gunn in the ring, or anything she wants to work on that she’s learned from him. King said Gunn always pushed her to be more intense in the ring instead of relying on finesse, and it’s starting to pay off.

Billy Gunn Is Baffled By His Own AEW Popularity

AEW star Billy Gunn has been wrestling since 1989. And yet, 30-plus years later, he's riding a wave of popularity that few could've seen coming. Currently managing The Acclaimed's Max Caster and Anthony Bowens, "Daddy Ass" has taken on a life of its own — so much so that fans can buy official AEW merchandise that reads "Scissor Me, Daddy Ass." In a recent Happy Hour sit-down with Captain's Corner, Gunn remarked on his current run while noting how much fun he's been able to have lately.

Billy Gunn Has “No Earthly Idea” Why He’s So Popular In AEW

With shouts of ‘Oh, scissor me Daddy’ coming from the crowd, Billy Gunn has admitted he’s surprised at his popularity at this stage of his career. With a career now spanning over three decades, Billy Gunn is no stranger to being part of something in wrestling which takes on a life of its own. His time as a member of D-Generation X will have quickly prepared him for having a cult crowd following, however even he didn’t expect it to transfer over to his time in AEW.

Billy Gunn Doesn’t Understand Why He’s Still a ‘Hot Commodity’

– During a recent appearance on Captain’s Corner, Billy Gunn discussed his newfound popularity as the manager of The Acclaimed in AEW. Below are some highlights (via Billy Gunn on how popular he’s become in AEW: “I have no earthly idea why I’m still a hot commodity. I...

Billy Gunn: ‘I Have No Earthly Idea Why I’m Still A Hot Commodity’

During a recent appearance on Captain’s Corner, AEW wrestler Billy Gunn commented on being insanely popular these days after being paired up with The Acclaimed. According to Mr. Ass himself, he has no idea why he’s still a hot commodity in wrestling at his current age and is just having some fun riding the wave.

Billy Gunn Is Trying To Get AEW To Hire Former WWE Producer

“The Road Dogg” Jesse James (real name Brian James) and “The Badass” Billy Gunn spent the better part of the Attitude Era working together as the New Age Outlaws, eventually becoming full-time members of the famed stable D-Generation X. Their involvement in DX earned them a joint spot in the WWE Hall of Fame, but Gunn has since jumped over to AEW, and he’d love for James to join him.

Billy Gunn Says He’s Asked AEW About Hiring Road Dogg In Backstage Role

Wrestling Inc reports that during a virtual signing for the K & S Wrestlefest, Billy Gunn said that he’s asked AEW about bringing in Road Dogg Brian James for a backstage role after he was recently let go by WWE. Here are highlights:. On trying to bring James into...

Billy Gunn Confirms He Is Under Two AEW Contracts

Billy Gunn is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and is working in a backstage role while sporadically appearing as a talent on-screen. One may assume that the ten-time WWE World Tag Team Champion has one contract that permits him to do both gigs, but the 58-year-old has revealed otherwise.