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The New Age Outlaws are currently enjoying a career revival on WWE TV, having won the WWE Tag Team Titles for a sixth time recently by beating Cody Rhodes and Goldust. This is their first title win in 14 years, marking the longest time between title reigns in WWE history. The best thing about it is, they can still go, and recent matches have proven that Billy Gunn and Road Dogg are just as entertaining as ever.
Often hailed as the “greatest tag team of all time,” the Outlaws were a staple of the Attitude Era and at one time could boast merchandise sales almost on a par with the Rock and Steve Austin. In honor of their successful return, we will be looking back at eight of the Outlaws most memorable moments, both in and out of the WWE.
8. The Birth Of The Outlaws
In early 1997, things were very different for the New Age Outlaws. »
- Patrick Farren
It’s the easiest paradigm in the world of Sports Entertainment that the business is cyclical. Kids who liked it when they were still true believers come back to it as adults and watch it with their kids — or they get involved in the business — and angles that used to put asses in seats, are recycled every couple of years or so. But this is a list of six old school concepts they could interject into Any part of their midcard and get viewers back into paying attention to their product again.
Let’s get it on…
5. The Man Makes The Title
Triple H – the executive in charge of Talent has famously said ‘The man makes the title, not the other way around.’ And, honestly, that’s true. Think back on heels you hated, I mean viciously hated with all your vitriol. Chances are, if you’re in your thirties now, »
- Dan Houser
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