Kevin Nash Reveals Undertaker’s Biker Gimmick Was To Potentially Bring Him to WCW, Hall and Waltman Shoot on Jericho, More

kevin nashAs noted, WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels recently revealed in an interview that he was very close to signing with WCW during the Monday Night Wars, and a new Extra Mustard interview with Kevin Nash now reveals The Undertaker was very close to jumping ship to WCW as well.

The following is what Nash had to say about ‘Taker’s “American Badass” biker gimmick:

“We had ‘Taker close. All of a sudden he wasn’t the Deadman. He became the American Badass for a reason. That Deadman wasn’t going to f—in’ come to WCW. He would have been the biker character and gone by Mark Calaway.

“All along, I was trying to get guys money, I was trying to get guys paid. And what happened was Vince started giving huge guarantees to the Shawns and Undertakers and those guys and said, ‘I can’t lose my core guys.’”

In the same interview, Scott Hall took exception to comments Chris Jericho has made about The Kliq throughout the years, and had the following to say:

“Jericho’s just a whining puss. If you have any talent, you can’t be held back and you can’t be held down. Jericho just whines and whines. He’s gone on to be tremendously successful, and he’s still got a hard on for us. I don’t get it, but nobody makes headlines for saying, ‘Those guys are great guys. You talk about what d—s we are, and then some guy sits down and interviews you.”

Sean Waltman added the following about Jericho’s arrival in WWE:

“Jericho realized, once he got to WWE, ‘Holy s—, I don’t know what the f— I’m doing here. That’s why Vince made him come to me and run his matches by me, even he was working with Boss Man or something. You think you know, until you finally know.”