WWE Hall Of Famer Recalls Scott Hall And Kevin Nash Being Troublesome When Joining WCW

WWE Hall Of Famer Recalls Scott Hall And Kevin Nash Being Troublesome When Joining WCW

WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase shared his insights into the historic transition of Kevin Nash and Scott Hall from WWE to WCW.

During an episode of his podcast, “Everybody’s Got A Pod,” DiBiase reflected on the significant impact the duo had on the wrestling landscape as they ventured into WCW.

DiBiase described the palpable determination he sensed in Nash and Hall as they embarked on this new chapter. He noted that the wrestlers appeared to carry “a bit of a chip on their shoulder” and were eager to establish themselves in their new environment.

I get it, they’re full of p**s and vinegar and they’re the newcomers and they want to show everybody who they are and that’s okay. But time is everything.

In his podcast, DiBiase also speculated on how the scenario might have unfolded differently under the leadership of “Cowboy” Bill Watts. Watts, a former head of WCW, was known for his strict, no-nonsense management style. DiBiase opined that under Watts’ tenure, Nash and Hall’s behaviour would have been more controlled and disciplined.

Bill Watts would’ve stymied that crap. He’d have nipped it in the bud, it’s kind of like ‘If you’re gonna work for me, you’re gonna work for me and you’re gonna do exactly what I tell you to do, and if you can’t do that? There’s the door.’

DiBiase highlighted, shedding light on the strong line he believed Watts would have taken with the new arrivals.

What Wrestling Etiquette Tips Does WWE Hall Of Famer Ted DiBiase Have For Aspiring Wrestlers?

WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase spoke about etiquette tips for aspiring professional wrestlers and said that at the beginning of his career, it was imperative that after you have your match at the beginning of the card you go and watch all the other matches on the card as that will show a willingness to learn to all the other members of the roster.

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