Kevin Nash Calls WWE Hall Of Famer “A Bully”

Kevin Nash

Kevin Nash has discussed his feelings towards WWE Hall of Famer ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper and says despite the near universal love for Piper, he was not a fan.

Both Kevin Nash and Roddy Piper made the jump from WWE to WCW in 1996 with Nash joining his new company in the spring, going on to form the NWO with Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall, while Piper did not arrive until Halloween Havoc that year instantly beginning a feud with Nash’s group.

Speaking on his Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash explained that he was not a fan of Piper and thought he was something of a locker room bully:

“I didn’t care for Roddy at all. I thought he was a bully. I think he bullied people. I think he kind of bullied his way around. He told a lot of fu**ing stories about being really good with his hands and all this other sh*t. He came at me one night in the fu**ing locker room in Boston and I fu**ing b*tch smacked him. Hulk was in that room and so was Pac (X-Pac) that are still alive. Randy (Savage) was in there. I don’t know if Eric was in there or not.”

“I remember when Piper had his podcast. He called me up on the phone and he said, ‘Can we go over it and I’ll say I threw you out of the room?’ ‘No.’ I guess somebody had brought it up and it was his torn quad. There were people that just kept going to it.”

Roddy Piper’s time in WCW came to an end in 2000 and he later rejoined WWE in 2003 before going on to spend a short spell in TNA, both places he would have come across Kevin Nash in the locker room again.