One of the most influential stables in the history of professional wrestling. First emerging in October of 1997, The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels and Triple H began going against the establishment, and getting the crowds behind them doing it. The D-X lineup changed in March of 98, after Shawn Michaels lost the WWE Championship to Stone Cold Steve Austin
and suffered a back injury that kept him out of wrestling for 4 years. Triple H added Billy Gunn (currently Kip James in TNA), Road Dogg Jesse James (currently B.G. James in TNA) and X-Pac (going by his real name Sean Waltman in TNA). The group enjoyed great success both in the ring and with the fans, until Triple H turned his back on D-X, siding with Vince McMahon's corporation in 1999. D-X would occasionaly reunify, but was silenced permanently in 2003.
"If you're not down with D-Generation X then I've got 2 words for ya......SUCK IT!!!!!"
-quote from Triple H