Kevin Nash wasn’t there for WWE’s 30th anniversary of Raw and he explained on his podcast why he missed it.
The 30th anniversary of WWE Monday Night Raw on January 23rd featured many WWE Hall of Famers and legends, but Kevin Nash was not among them.
It’s easy to understand why Nash may be reluctant to show up to a public event like the 30th anniversary of Raw since his son Tristen died last October due to a seizure.
On a recent episode of Nash’s Kliq This podcast on AdFreeShows.com, he talked about getting invited to the 30th anniversary of Raw by WWE’s Bruce Prichard.
“Mr. Prichard reached out and asked if I would like to come. It’s a really long day to go to TV when you’re doing something, like, actually on the active roster and you’re going to have a match or a segment. It’s like building the pyramids if you’re going to be playing a hand of cards.”
As he continued, Nash wondered about where he could have been used on the show.
“I can’t be out there with DX because I’m too much of a di**. They all said they were too old. I would have headbutted that big motherfu**er (Gunther) in the forehead.” (laughs).
“I’m not backing down, so send me home. I’m not doing that. I’m glad I didn’t go because I don’t see where the fu** I would have been used.”
The two-time WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash continued saying he didn’t really know as many people there anymore.
“I don’t know anybody on the crew really anymore or any of the workers or anything else, and I really don’t want people that I don’t know coming up to me saying, ‘I’m sorry to hear about your son.’ I know what the payday is going to be.”
Kevin Nash continued by saying he isn’t looking for people to say they’re sorry to him.
“No. For those people that didn’t get a chance to see me, especially live, I’ll be at the Pensacola Comic-Con the last weekend of February and you can go see me there and I’ll keep you updated on all my personal appearances. Please don’t tell me you’re sorry because I know you’re sorry because nobody would come up and say, ‘I’m really glad to hear your son passed away.’”