Road Dogg On Which Current WWE Stars Make Modern D-Generation X

D-Generation X - Shawn Michaels, Road Dogg, Triple H, X-Pac (Sean Waltman) and Billy Gunn

The Road Dogg has taken a look at which members of the current WWE roster would be a good fit to join a modern day D-Generation X.

Joining the faction alongside his tag partner Billy Gunn in 1998, The Road Dogg went on to have plenty of success in the faction alongside Chyna, X-Pac and Triple H.

In a discussion on his Oh…You Didn’t Know podcast, The Road Dogg has now given his opinion who would live up to being part of such an iconic faction in the modern day.

So I would probably, and this is a cop-out answer, but it’s the first thing that came to my mind. Three members would definitely be the Judgement Day. Because I just think Damian Priest and Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley are cool as crap, so that’s the why, I think they’re just super cool and they could get away with [anything]. Right now they’re getting away with like evil shenanigans and beating people up and stuff, they could get away with the fun joking around kind of shenanigans that we did. Also, because I think they got range.

Continuing on, The Road Dogg also selected a star who recently returned to the company to be part of the group, as well as taking a look at Theory.

I don’t know who the fourth member would be, I’d have to think a little more difficult. And really, I could think of two more members because Shawn is the creator of DX, so really you could think of two more members. [Co-host asks about Theory] Yeah, maybe Theory. Theory has got range man. But he could pull it off because he plays a great straight man, a great dumb man, like, he really got good range.

I don’t know if you saw any of his stuff in The Way with Johnny Gargano and Candice, and Indi Hartwell, but man, he was a genius. His stuff was comedic gold, because he just played so dumb, and he’s not that dumb. He played it really well. I used to say like, ‘Oh it’s not a stretch for you to play that’ just to mess with him. But like, he’s really good at it. And so I think he has range and the kids like 22 years old or something, you know, with, with the experience he’s getting right now, Theory could definitely fill one of those spots.

The Road Dogg recently returned to WWE as Vice President Of Live Events after being released earlier in the year from his NXT role. He replaced Jeff Jarrett, who had only spent three months in the position.

With thanks to Inside The Ropes for the transcription.