Add Kevin Nash's name to the list of wrestlers who believe WWE going to Saudi Arabia will do more good than harm.
Nash weighed in of the Saudi Arabia-WWE controversy, believing WWE honoring their contract can help the country change.
Nash is the third wrestler in the last couple of days to come out and state that WWE can help Saudi Arabia change. John Bradshaw Layfield and Randy Orton made similar comments earlier this week.
Saudi Arabia is under fire right now for their alleged role in the disappearance/death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has denied any involvement in the disappearance of Khashoggi.
WWE's official statement has been that they are "currently monitoring the situation." As of now, they still plan to hold their Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia on Nov. 2. Crown Jewel is the second event in WWE's 10-year contract with Saudi Arabia.