Kevin Nash has been pulled from tonight’s show in Sydney, Australia. Apparently, Nash was signing autographs in the lobby of the hotel where he suddenly fainted. When they finally got him to come to, Nash had no idea what was going on. This has caused the doctor to pull Nash from tonight’s show for further evaluation. It is still unknown whether or not he will work tomorrow.
Jesus, now signing autographs makes this guy get hurt? Makes me remember a remark Jim Ross made in his "Ross Report". Something to the degree of "Seems a lot of WCW stars are getting injured since coming to WWE. Maybe their just not up to WWE's speed." I don't know if that's the right quote but whatever. Maybe he is right. Since Nash has come to WWE he has been an armpit stain on the company.
BTW, I know what made Nash faint. He was worn out from doing that run in during the Highlight Reel on RAW.
I also wish Kev the best. Smart-mark, anti-mark, pock-mark, it's all the same shit to me. But even if we're mockin' big Kev it wouldn't kill anyone to add a little: "seriously, though, I hope he's all right."
"Whatever I just posted above is what your mother said in bed last night."
If Nash faints for the same reason that I did in sixth grade health class, someone probably showed him a video of a woman giving birth.
All right, I'm enjoying Rhyno's "man-beast" gimmick: He keeps his hair long, wears full-body wrestling tights with a big "R" on the back and uses the "Rhino Gore" as his finishing move. Can't you imagine him watching the Discovery Channel one day while tossing around possible gimmicks and having one of those "Hey, wait a second!" epiphanies during a rhino segment?
To spruce things up, the WWF should give Undertaker and Kane last names -- like Undertaker and Kane O'Brien, the O'Brien Brothers -- just for comedy's sake. Hopefully the door's still open.
RVD is approaching the always-exciting "The crowd loves him, but he's not getting a major push yet" phase which helps makes wrestling so much fun. It only happens once every few years -- Stone Cold in '96, The Rock in '98, Shawn Michaels in '93 and so on. -- ESPN's Bill Simmons back in 2001
This morning, I walked into the office and somebody asked me how my weekend was. I told her it was slow and short. That got me thinking -- how can a period of time be both slow and short? Yet that's exactly what my weekend was. It's a paradox!