Age Outlaws

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D-Generation-X - History - DX Army (1998–1999)
... X-Pac, who had been recently fired from WCW, and the WWF Tag Team Champions the New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn and The Road Dogg Jesse James) into the stable ... against Ken Shamrock, costing The Outlaws the Tag Team Titles and even managing to lure the New Age Outlaws to The Corporation on the December 7 edition ... However, the Outlaws quickly revealed this to have been a ruse, turning on The Corporation that same night ...
Royal Rumble (1998) - Event
... Jack Doan Jim Korderas Earl Hebner Tim White In the tag team match, New Age Outlaws prematurely began by attacking Legion of Doom before the bell rang but the Legion quickly turned the ... The disqualification gives the victory to LOD while the New Age Outlaws retain the belts, double teaming Animal until Hawk broke free from the cuffs to ... Before Undertaker could close it, the New Age Outlaws and Los Boricuas ran in and collectively pummeled Undertaker until the lights went out in the arena ...
New Age Outlaws
... The New Age Outlaws are a professional wrestling tag team currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment ... Originally known as the New Age Outlaws in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE), and wrestling under the ring names "Road Dogg" Jesse James and "Badd Ass" Billy Gunn, the duo achieved high levels of success ...
Monty Sopp - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (1993–2004) - The New Age Outlaws and D-Generation X (1997–1998)
... and their tag team formed was soon named the New Age Outlaws ... The Outlaws slowly began to align themselves with D-Generation X, who were impressed with their new attitude ... At the Royal Rumble, the New Age Outlaws interfered in a Casket match to help Shawn Michaels defeat The Undertaker ...

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