Looking back, this duo shouldn’t have worked. Brian Armstrong was coming off the sad gimmick of the “Real Double J” and Billy Gunn was the laughable Rockabilly. They were about as far from being over as could be imagined and usually zero plus zero equals zero. Instead they hit lightning in a bottle with their sophomoric attitude, Armstrong’s microphone work and allegiance to DX they became the most over tag team in the WWF. Collectively they added to the already cool factor of D-Generation X, buried the Road Warriors and created a myriad of catch phrases.
Like most tag teams, the Outlaws were split up and though both Gunn and the Dogg continued to have success, they never reached the level they did when together. Any chance that they would have for the WWE Hall of Fame would likely be if they go in together.
Should The New Age Outlaws be in the Hall of Fame?
Definitely put them in! - 78.4%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 14.9%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 2.7%