Kevin Nash Says He Offered To Be The Master Of Ceremonies Of WWE SummerSlam

Kevin Nash says he offered to be involved with WWE SummerSlam.

WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash remains involved in the wrestling world. He has his weekly podcast, Kliq This, where he frequently shares his thoughts on the business. Nash doesn't make many appearances on WWE TV these days, but he recently stated that he tried to get involved with WWE SummerSlam.

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Speaking on the latest edition of Kliq This, Nash revealed that he offered to be the master of ceremonies for the premium live event.

“I asked if I could be involved. I asked if I could be the master of ceremonies of SummerSlam. I asked. Deaf ears, baby," Nash said.

As for what he envisioned himself doing, Nash noted that he could have opened the show and welcomed fans to Detroit. He also described how he could have been shown on-camera talking with fans outside of the arena.

“Just being charming. Opening. I was hoping just something on the ramp. ‘Welcome to Detroit.’ I would have been great with a camera crew outside of Ford Field talking with the Detroit fans and the fans from around the world that came in," Nash said.

When co-host Sean Oliver noted that Nash probably didn’t give WWE enough time, the legend replied by stating that he gave them a few months. He also confirmed that he attended WWE SummerSlam anyway.

“I don’t know. I don’t know how much more time I can give them. I gave him a couple months. I think that they think I probably would have just said, ‘Nah.’ But I would have actually done it because I was there," Nash said.

Nash recently apologized for his past comments about LA Knight. Click here to see what he had to say.

Check out Nash's previous comments about being invited to WWE Raw XXX here.

Click here to see what Nash had to say about his 2011 match with Triple H.

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