PFElton Posted October 4, 2016 Share Posted October 4, 2016 Full Credit for the backstory belongs to WrestleCrap.com's Jed Shaffer - http://www.wrestlecrap.com/more/rewriting/what-if-d-generation-x-got-into-the-norfolk-scope-during-their-attack-on-wcw-nitro/ WCW Monday Nitro Norfolk Scope Arena April 27, 1998 8pm-EST "... as to where his 'heart' lies-" Mike Tenay says, only to find himself bewildered with Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko at the announce booth as Rock House blares through the Norfolk Scope, and out saunter the Outsiders (without their Tag Team Titles for some reason) grinning like the cats who ate the canary. They flank either side of the entrance tunnel and double-point back in to the flashing lights... where suddenly, out comes Triple-freaking-H. D-Generation X, decked out comically in camouflage, soak up the eruption from the crowd before making their way down to the ring, arm-in-arm, with the Outsiders, and the announce team cannot decide which way is up anymore. Once in the ring, the crowd bursts out a 'D-X' chant. Scott Hall gets his hands on a microphone. "Suuuurvey tiiiime... Are you ready?" he asks to a second nuclear eruption. "Then," Da Bad Guy continues, lining up with Big Sexy and the invaders smack-dab in the middle of a WCW ring, "For the thousands in attendance... and for the millions watching at home... Llllllet's get ready to SUCK IIIIIITTTTT!" he cries, and crotch-chops fly from the ring through the audience. The mic is handed off to big Kevin Nash. "When we heard our buddy Triple H was out front, clownin' around with the third member of the nWo Wolfpac Syxx-Pac here..." he says, giving Pac a playful push, "we had to let 'em get a look at 'Where the Big Boys Play'! 'Course, I'm sure you guys can imagine what a joyride it is around here with Hogan and Bret Hart calling the shots..." he adds with an eyeroll. "Now I had a few more things on my mind, one with a crow-guy, another with an old guy, and a third with my man the 'Macho Man' Randy Savage, but, hey, that can wait for tomorrow night." Rock House sounds off again as the special one-hour edition of Nitro heads to a commercial break, with the WWF's hottest faction eating up the limelight. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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