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Triple H & Kevin Nash Talk Origins Of The Kliq Gesture

In the 1990s, The Kliq (Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman, Triple H, and Scott Hall) would toss the ‘too sweet’ sign. Today, The Club (AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows) does the same gesture. spoke with Triple H and Nash about the origins of the sign that’s making a comeback.

WWE.COM: Why did The Kliq start to use the gesture?

KEVIN NASH: It came up during a European trip. X-Pac brought it to our attention. It was just one of those things where we got it and the five of us [Nash, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels and Triple H] started to use it.

TRIPLE H: When we did it originally, we were sneaking it into places where we could get away with doing it. A lot of it was breaking the rules, anyway. It really was more about sneakily breaking the rules and seeing if anybody catches on that we’re doing it.

NASH: Whenever The Kliq was together, we’d throw it up. Whenever we were solo, we’d throw it up. When we split in ’96, it became a symbol of the unity of The Kliq.

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