HBK and Triple H
Michael Shawn Hickenbottom and Paul Michael Levesque
I didn’t watch WWE when the two were performing together, but thanks to the fans of the pairing on Youtube I have seen quite a few of their matches, and backstage antics. They were so funny, and evidently got along very well out of the ring. Triple H inducts HBK into the hall of fame. I liked the fact that Triple H was supposed to be the clever ladies’ man while HBK was pretty much the opposite. He was presented having a short term memory problem at least once, Clip posted by WHY BE IN THE CHAIN GANG WHEN U CAN BE IN THE CLIQUE!
The period where they were D Generation X was full of funny moments, such as spray painting McMahon’s plane, limo and the building. HBK was funny in this clip as well, Posted by panagiotishbk, and the hunt for Jonathan Coachman made me laugh, posted by pearizbar
I liked the fact that they had HBK come out of retirement to support Triple H clip posted by WWE, showing that the two performers were friends outside the ring, and a further reminder that they had each others’ backs. Triple H, Shawn Michaels and Stephanie McMahon, it was sweet, and funny to see HBK still acting the same, while Triple H had morphed into the very men that they used to make fun of, having to grow up.
The fights were always entertaining, as these clips show
DX vs the Hart Dynasty
DX vs the Spirit Squad posted by WWE
DX vs Legacy posted by Vikingsman181
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