Stone Cold ruins the DX Bus 2000

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April 07, 2007

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Stone Cold ruins the DX Bus 2000

SD! show before Backlash 2000 where Rock took on HHH for the WWF Championship , This is the 1st time Stone Cold was seen since Survivor Series 1999.



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