Trevor Murdoch Recalls Triple H Asking Him And Lance Cade To Watch His Back Against Voodoo Kin Mafia

In November 2006, Road Dogg & Billy Gunn became the Voodoo Kin Mafia (VKM) in TNA IMPACT, taking shots at Triple H, Vince McMahon, and WWE in interviews on television.

The duo threatened to show up on WWE television, and if they did, they potentially could have had to dealt with Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch.

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"Lance and I kind of get a reputation in WWE, 'You mess with one, you mess with the other. It's in your best interest to leave them both alone.' There was a time where, back in the day, when Triple H wasn't on the greatest terms with Billy Gunn and Road Dogg. We were doing a house show, and Billy and Road Dogg were doing a signing down the road. They had sent a message that when Hunter came out for his match, they were going to hit the ring and kick his ass. Hunter comes up to us, we didn't know anything about this, Hunter comes up to us and explains the whole story to us. 'I want you guys to watch my match.' We're young guys, 'Of course we'll watch your match.' He explained the story and we were like, 'Of course.' 'As soon as you see those guys hop over the rail, you come out there and you eat their lunch.' We watch the match, they didn't show up, nothing happened, but it really signified to us that they knew we would go in and take care of business when we were told," Murdoch recalled on Under The Ring with Phil Sturm.

The feud between VKM and Triple H would fizzle out before all parties mended fences with Dogg & Gunn returning to WWE.

Murdoch is currently wrestling for NWA while Cade sadly passed away in August 2010.

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