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Kevin Nash on the Idea of a Kliq Docuseries: I Don’t Want to Tell the Same Story 300 Times

One Big Thing

WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash is not interested in participating in a potential docuseries about The Kliq, stating that he doesn’t want to keep telling the same story repeatedly.

Key Points

  • Nash and co-host Sean Oliver discussed the idea of a Kliq docuseries on their podcast, “Kliq This.”
  • Nash believes that the story of The Kliq’s success has already been well-covered.
  • He also notes that The Kliq never had a “rise and fall” narrative that would make for a compelling docuseries.

Nash on confronting Eric Bischoff over Sean Waltman’s firing

  • Nash and Scott Hall confronted Eric Bischoff over the firing of fellow Kliq member Sean Waltman from WCW.
  • Nash claims the confrontation “was all for effect” and that they “just wanted our boy back.”
  • He believes that losing Waltman, a versatile and talented performer, expedited the downfall of WCW.

Why It Matters

The Kliq, consisting of Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, and Sean Waltman, was one of the most influential backstage groups in professional wrestling history. Their impact on the industry during the Monday Night War era and beyond has been significant, making their story a topic of interest for many wrestling fans. However, Nash’s reluctance to participate in a docuseries suggests that he feels the story has been told enough times already.

What do you think about the idea of a Kliq docuseries? Would you be interested in watching it, or do you agree with Kevin Nash that the story has been covered enough? Leave a comment and let us know your thoughts!

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