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Lex Luger – ‘I Didn’t Have Any Problem With The Kliq’s Curtain Call’



On a recent edition of his “Lex Expressed” podcast, former WWE/WCW Superstar Lex Luger discussed the infamous “Curtain Call” by The Kliq at Madison Square Garden in May 1996.

At the Madison Square Garden WWE live event in 1996, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall embraced in the middle of the ring following a match, breaking character while doing so. This event occurred because Nash and Hall were about to leave WWE and head over to its main competitor, WCW.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the friendships built in wrestling being like a family: “We talked about Stinger earlier, we’ve been the best of friends for over three and a half decades. With the friendships we build, the time we spend more than our own families? They almost become family.”

On not having a problem with The Kliq’s curtain call: “Obviously, there are boundaries you have to do it in: off the air, that was in a hallmark arena, but I didn’t have a problem with it personally, I was okay with that. I actually kind of like what they did in a way.”

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