Kevin Nash goes over a variety of topics during this interview.
The 6'10 big man Kevin Nash still works the independent wrestling scene after nearly thirty years in the wrestling business. The WWE Hall Of Famer has a load of accolades on his resume' including various championships from five different companies and promotions and with all of that, Nash is regularly remembered by his time in the n.W.o. alongside WWE Hall Of Famers Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall.
Hall, Hogan and Nash are the original members of the n.W.o. and each of them has been inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame as individuals and during a recent interview with 'Monsters & Critics', Nash spoke about the idea of the n.W.o. being inducted into WWE's Hall Of Fame as a group and added that if that were to happen, Eric Bischoff would have to be a part of that induction as well.
“Overall, we’re in individually,” he remarked. “I don’t know. I mean, it depends on if they have completely forgiven Hulk I guess. I think if you put the nWo in, you have to put Eric Bischoff in with us because he was the architect.”
Nash will be present at Starrcast II on 'Double Or Nothing' weekend in Las Vegas. Nash stated that from what he has seen, he believes All Elite Wrestling's plan is to start off slow because there is no competing with WWE at the current moment.
“In wrestling with the production costs and what it costs to pay for talent, you can go through $100 million pretty quick,” Nash explained. “So far, from what I have seen, their strategy is to grow slow. You can’t compete [with] somebody that is at the level of the WWE.”
The 'Double Or Nothing' match card is shaping up with three more months to go until the show and to view the updated match card for 'Double Or Nothing', head over to Fightful's "events" page.