The Unauthorized History of DX by Triple HWith all due respect to the Bible, this is the greatest story ever told! (Sorry, Shawn.) TRIPLE H
I laughed; I cried; I ran out and bought copies for all friends and family -- the must-read book of the century! SHAWN MICHAELS
A complex tale of redemption featuring a pair of modern American heroes embarking on a Homeric journey of self-discovery through an Orwellian dystopia. Oh, and male cheerleaders, too. PAUL LEVESQUE
If you believe in the magic of Harry Potter -- well, D-X could make his wand disappear by shoving it up his...[rest of quote is censored]! THE HEARTBREAK KID
With the diet secrets contained in this book, I managed to lose 250 pounds. BIG SHOW
Pretty good -- but my dad says Im just as cool as D-Generation X. SHANE McMAHON
Truly, D-Generation X is the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be! ANONYMOUS CANADIAN WRESTLING LEGEND
R-Truth and the 7 Funniest WWE Superstars in the Last 20 Years
Skip to main content. Shawn Michaels stands in rare company. But sandwiched in between were four years away from in-ring competition while he overcame his addictions and a back injury that forced him into temporary retirement at age You have torn discs in your back and badly needed surgery. How did you physically prepare for that match? It would give me time to do everything I could to get into the best condition I could get in. At that time, we had this guy in California who could do deep tissue massage.
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The rise of Stone Cold. The formation of DX. The anti-American crusade of Bret Hart. The unmasking of Mick Foley. And the birth The Rock. Now WWE is releasing a DVD and Blu-ray documentary — Dawn of the Attitude — to celebrate the year, featuring a roundtable discussion with five key superstars from the time.
Who would have thought many years ago that a kid named Michael Hickenbottom would grow up to become one of the biggest stars in the history of professional wrestling? During the '90s, Vince McMahon would give Shawn Michaels the ball and allow him to run with it throughout the most important and crucial decade of McMahon's professional life. Over the years, Shawn Michaels would lose his smile, break his back, and stir up more than his fair share of controversy as one of the most polarizing Superstars in WWE. Wrestling fans all know about the Shawn Michaels of yesterday compared to the Shawn Michaels of today: the rambunctious adolescent-like behavior has been replaced with Holy humbleness as the Good Word of the Lord has saved Shawn Michaels from Eternal Damnation. Shawn Michaels is no longer raising Hell but rather harboring for Heaven. When one is as wild, reckless, and difficult as Shawn Michaels once was; enemies are bound to be made while stories of disgrace, dishonor, and outright dirt will begin to make the rounds.
For all the serious in-ring performers WWE has had over the past two decades, there has also been no shortage of comedic wrestlers. Even though many fans love to see high-quality matches and rivalries that will stand the test of time, there is always a place in the business for entertainment and comedy. But Truth is far from the only guy who has managed to make fans laugh both inside and outside of a WWE ring. Here's a look at some of the best since the turn of the century. Few performers were able to transition as seamlessly from ruthless in-ring performer to hilarious backstage comedian like "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.