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Billy Gunn Was Originally Scheduled To Appear On RAW For 25th Anniversary Of DX

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• Billy Gunn Was Originally Scheduled To Appear On RAW For 25th Anniversary Of DX

On the October 10th episode of RAW, D-Generation X reunited for their 25th anniversary, but Billy Gunn didn’t appear.

The former New Age Outlaws member currently works for AEW and that’s why he couldn’t appear.

However, he was originally scheduled to return to WWE programming for this celebration.

Here’s what Road Dogg said on his podcast:

“It broke my heart, and I believe it broke his too. In all actuality, Hunter was not happy about it either. Shawn and X-Pac weren’t either.

We wanted the band, all that we could get back together. Chyna is there in spirit. That didn’t happen.

From what I understand, and I’m not in those inner circles anymore, and for my sanity rightfully so and thankful. I don’t know the exact reason, but I was told everything that we could do was done, and we couldn’t come together.

During the day prior, I texted him, ‘Hey, are you going to be able to make it? Have you found out any answers yet?’ He said, ‘Yes, I’m in.’

I was like, ‘Oh my God, that’s awesome.’ Literally, before I landed at home, I found out he was not in. I texted him back and he wasn’t happy either.

It just didn’t work, no matter what. I understand. Whatever. I understand we’re [AEW and WWE] not huge fans of each other from a business standpoint. It was a big deal, and I feel like he got ripped off and didn’t live it with us. I’m sorry for that. I know he is too.”

Also Read: Corey Graves Made A Reference To Billy Gunn’s AEW Character During DX’s 25th Anniversary Segment On RAW

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• WWF Attitude Era Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

WWF Attitude Era Veteran D’Lo Brown (Real name: Accie Conner) turns 52 today.

D’Lo was first seen on WWF TV as a member of the legendary Nation of Domination stable in 1997 and ended up staying with the company till his release in 2003.

During his World Wrestling Federation (later renamed WWE) career, Brown won the European Championship 4 times and even won the Intercontinental Championship once.

In 2000 & 2001, he teamed up with Chaz (Headbanger Mosh) and together they were known as “Lo Down”.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY D’LO BROWN!

        
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