With the recent formation of DX and now, with the ambush of Legacy on last night's Monday Night Raw, I was discussing with my dad that DX needs more members.
There are several reasons I think this, including finding someone who can carry it on after Shawn Michaels and Triple H are done(which will be sooner rather than later) in order to keep things interesting and not return to the same predictable, boring routine from the '90s.
Also, they need more members so they don't get ambushed by teams like Legacy again.
These are honorable mentions, followed by actual people that will fit. Now, most of these guys either have no routine, a boring one, or a weak one.
Now, if you'll allow me...
Let's break it down now!
Chris Benoit(God rest his soul)
He's relatively young at 37 and could run it as he has before. He could even keep it going longer than Triple H and Shawn Michaels will.
You all know he is a former member of DX. He's not really committed to any wrestling show now, and it would be like old times bringing back a former member.
He's a high flyer, who can get to the top rope and fight dirty like Michaels and Triple H.
Of course, then you might have to bring back Chyna, too (Don't ask, just Wikipedia him).
Like X-Pac, he's a former member of DX. However, he is the same age as Triple H at 40 years old. But he can still keep things from getting boring, and his theme song is just awesome.
Of course, he would be a force to be reckoned with as well as a mouthpiece, but he would know his role on DX.
I believe he'd fit right in with Triple H and Shawn Michaels.
Just hold on and follow me for a second. I know a lot of you don't like Cena.
But what if he were to go back to the "attitude era"—with the chain, the ripping on people, and the rapping?
He would fit right in.
At only 32, he could lead DX for a long time. He would fit in with Triple H and Shawn Michaels, using his chain to cheat matches.
He'd be a force to be reckoned with, and he'd even get disqualified now and then because the ref would catch him using his chain.
Plus, having mega stars like Shawn Michaels, Triple H, and Cena together would make the ratings go through the roof.
He currently has no gimmick and is barely used—except as a lumberjack. He is a beast and downright dirty when he just tosses guys around in the "masterlock."
He'd kind of take Chyna's place as a bodyguard type, which would give him a legit gimmick. He could also carry DX for a while.
This would also probably help the ratings. He could choose to be bad or good, and I don't think it would hurt DX either way.
He should have never been let go and will serve his purpose well with DX. He wouldn't have to be in that many matches, but he could just be cocky as hell.
His "MISTAARRR KENNEDAAAYYY" entrance would get the crowd pumped, and he could go back to cutting off the announcer from saying his name.
He's a crowd favorite and would be a great addition to DX.
His current gig is funny. But, he needs a more legitimate one in whih his talents as a wrestler are showcased.
He could still do all his current bits with the special guest host, while acting as a mouthpiece for DX and making fun of people.
Like Legacy, I don't think he'd last that long. But he does make the crowd laugh and fits in with the humor of Triple H and Shawn Michaels.
He's too good to be in DX . But, as he is coming back from injury, he could have a lighter schedule as a a member of DX and get back into solid training and heavyweight contention.
He could also support DX on SmackDown, spreading it onto two brands. He could remain in heavyweight contention on SmackDown.
He has teamed up with Triple H before and would probably like to again. He fits in because he has the "Batista Bomb" along with the thumbs down and shaking off the ropes.
Michaels does "sweet chin music" along with the foot stomping.
Triple H does the Pedigree along with the exaggerated "Suck it!" antic.
It fits together like pieces of a puzzle. Batista, another fan favorite, would help the ratings and could carry on the legacy of DX.
He's a high flying risk-taker like Shawn Michaels, and he's a fan favorite. This would boost the ratings and add much more excitement to DX.
Like Batista, he could support the team on SmackDown and could continue being the heavyweight champ.
He could lead DX after Michaels and Triple H are gone. He fits in perfectly—enough said.
He doesn't have any gimmick that I know of. He is athletic, relatively young, and was part of that amazing "World's Greatest Tag Team" with Shelton Benjamin. Overall, he's just a good wrestler.
He gets on the top rope and can make guys tap with his submission. He would be a good pick up by himself.
But, if they could snag both him and Benjamin, it would keep things very interesting. They are both athletic and take somewhat higher risks.
Once again, this addition would act as a ratings boost.
He's an athletic, high-risk, good wrestler. Like Haas, he was part of that amazing "World's Greatest Tag Team."
He would be a good pick up alone. But, if they could snag him and Haas, it would keep things very exciting.
I would really like the "World's Greatest Tag Team" and "DX" to join forces. I think it would also be a huge ratings boost.
Well, he sort of has a gimmick. He would fit right in with his classic spitting apple into the face of opponents.
He's a dirty fighter like Triple H and Shawn Michaels, and that back breaker is deadly, even though it doesn't appear so.
The Boogeyman eats and then drools worms on opponents' faces and chests. He does shaman-like dances. He scares the crap out of his opponents, and his commercials scare the crap out of viewers.
He's just a freak that DX could use to its advantage. I would even question whether they could fully trust him.
You wouldn't know where he is because he'd rarely be with DX. He could pop out of nowhere and scare the crap out of the guys in the locker room.
He'd basically be assigned to scare the crap out of DX's opponents and guys in the locker room.
It would be entertaining, humorous, and it would keep you wondering, "who's next?"
He's 44, but he wouldn't need to wrestle all that much.
He has a light feud with MVP, but to me, it's kind of boring. He's in need of a new gimmick and seems to play a good heel.
He's a force and cocky; he also fights dirty.
He would be a sort of Chyna-type, enforcer-like player in DX. He would fit in nicely and could continue on DX after the departure of its two current members.
He's a legitimate intercontinental contender and I don't see his gimmick with Big Show lasting much longer.
He could carry it beyond Triple H and Shawn Michaels and could turn it back into what it started as—a heel group.
He's good on the mic and like I said, an entertaining wrestler. He was more DX material in his early career, but I think he could still pull it off.