|In a recent interview with "Power Slam," former Ring of Honor star Kevin Steen had the following to say about TNA: "This won't look good now that I'm a free agent and I'm looking to make a living off wrestling...I've watched episodes of TNA iMPACT! and TNA pay-per-views. This is not a knock on the wrestlers because the wrestlers are the only thing that make [TNA] watchable, guys like The Young Bucks and The Machine Guns and Samoa Joe and AJ Styles and others. But I would watch an episode, and I would have to pause it because my head was spinning and I felt a little nauseous just from seeing so many things happening, one after another. The matches have so little time, so they would have to do so much stuff in, like, three minutes...I've literally gotten physically nauseous from watching TNA."|
|Kevin Nash Twitter wrote:|
|# Set aside $50m. Start with Cena and work backwards. Don't walk into a Mercedes showroom and ask what new AMG S-63 I can buy for $25K. about 1 hour ago via web |
# When wcw took over the WWE for the short time we did, it's bc Ted Turner paid HUGE $ for talent. Wanna put tna on the map, Mrs. Carter?
|Kevin Nash tumblr wrote:|
|The most significant aspect of anyone's life is the relationships that they build. Sometimes in personal growth and closure, these relationships are strained, if not broken. In this past week, I had to break relationships in order to receive closure in others. I would first off thank Jeff Jarrett for inviting me back into the wrestling world upon my completion of 'The Longest Yard'. Alot of people don't realize what a close relationship Jeff and I have. In the dog days of the WWF, I'm sure we traveled more than a million miles together. What he went through with the loss of his wife Jill and the happiness he's now found, while trying to keep TNA together, was amazing to witness. |
What Bob Carter did to make sure this dream stayed alive, I can only say Sir you have my utmost respect. To Serge and Dixie, who I consider my friends, I wish them continued success. And now the hardest part. To the Boyz, that means you too Knockouts, we've laughed, cried and **** all along knowing how lucky we were to be pro-wrestlers. So few people get to truly go to work and do what they love.
Me leaving TNA was a decision my wife and I made. For 23 years my wife has put up with this **** of ME making decisions of everyday life. 14 of those have affected my son. After 3 yrs of self doubt and thoughts of quitting the business, I met Vince McMahon and within 24 hrs of helping Shawn Michaels win the ICC, I MEANT something. And I haven't looked back. The glass is way less than half full. My wife and I had a long discussion and I told her how important it was for me to end my career where I began. I think it took her 2 seconds to agree.
I don't know how many of you have seen Vanilla Sky. Don't know if Boston was real or lucid dream. When they chanted Diesel, it sure as hell felt real for ME! You make decisions in life, sometimes never getting proof that it was the right decision. The crowd in Boston on Sunday night assured me that I MADE THE RIGHT DECISION. I can't thank the WWE enough for making it happen for me. My true friends at TNA text and called with their love and support w/in hours. Don't think it will ever be forgotten. Didn't realize how much I missed Diesel.