Road Dogg Reflects On His Greatest Career Moments As A Singles And Tag Team Competitor

Two achievements in Road Dogg's WWE career stand out above all the rest.

During a recent 'Ask Dogg Anything' episode of his Oh... You Didn't Know podcast, Road Dogg was asked to share what he believes to be the greatest moments of his career. He would proceed to list The New Age Outlaws' Tag Team Championship win over The Legion of Doom in November 1997, and his Hardcore Championship run which lasted from December 1998 until February 1999.

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"Well, look, I think beating The Road Warriors as a Tag Team is the biggest thing you could possibly do. I think they’re number one. They were number two on my Mount Rushmore. So, I think beating them as a Tag Team is the biggest thing we ever did. As an individual, I think the Hardcore Championship run was pretty good. It was pretty aggressive. I don’t like to use the word ‘violent’ because Vince told me not to. But it was aggressive and it was a fight every week and it was different than every other match. I just really felt like I could sink my teeth into that," he said.

Road Dogg would end his career having won the WWE Tag Titles six times, and in addition to the Hardcore Championship, was also an Intercontinental Champion. He would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019 as a member of D-Generation X.

Elsewhere during the podcast, Road Dogg discussed his two TNA factions and explained why he likes 3 Live Kru better than The Voodoo Kin Mafia. Click here to read more.

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