Kevin Nash returns for the second part of his SWERVE interview with Vince Russo and answers all the tough questions including; what would have happened had Vince McMahon accepted Eric Bischoff’s challenge at Slamboree ’98, his program with CM Punk, whose “Diesel” he’d like to be in 2016, employees vs. independent contractors, failing a WWE drug test in 2013 and his thoughts on NXT. Kevin about as honest as Kevin gets!

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  1. Loved the interview. Vince has really been on a role lately with some big names and really interesting discussions.

    I have to say, though, when I watch these interviews everyone always agrees with the state of the product, and it drives me nuts because I’m sitting here thinking, “I wish you would tell Vince McMahon this!” I know that’s a lot easier said than done, though, because these people have to protect their own means of making a living, but it just makes it more and more frustrating to see how everyone knows there is a problem, but nobody who matters is willing to stand up to 70-year-old Vince McMahon.

    It’s going to take several things in order to get the wrestling business back where it needs to be, but I really think one of the first things is it’s going to take guys like Steve Austin, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Edge, Mick Foley who still are involved (some more than others) with the WWE coming out and boldly saying what they really think about the product and get away from the politics and the safety net of their quick paydays. I realize that’s a very hard and probably unrealistic thing to expect, but the fans who want the product to be good again need a voice in Vince’s ear, and we just don’t have that right now.