Booker T, Kevin Nash, Disco Inferno, Sting, and Scott Steiner [6/18/2000]
An interesting shot of a gaggle of WCW Legends hanging out with Disco Inferno that took place at a SoapCity.com celebrity auction. The wrestlers paired up with stars from several daytime soap operas and painted several pet food bowls with all of the proceeds going to The Humane Society of New York.
I don’t know how much a Kevin Nash signed puppy bowl would fetch at auction but just know that there’s SOMEONE out there with that item proudly displayed in their house.
Cracked Subscription Advert - Cracked Magazine #334 [May 1999]
A fun little piece of art that was most likely reprinted for this 1999 issue as all of the gimmicks shown here were completely outdated by then.
Obviously, these are ring worn and signed Kevin Nash singlets. For some reason I’m absolutely shocked about them being short.
I just hope that whoever ends up owning these has the perfect pair of fringed leather pants to go along with them.
Promo of the Day:
Kevin Nash Studies the X-Division
July 19th, 2006
After Bryan mentioned wanting to see Kevin Nash improve his aerial game, I had to post this segment where Alex Shelley and Johnny Devine help Kevin Nash study X-Division tapes in preparation for the PCS Challenge. A great period of the X-Division.
Kevin Nash: I went out in front of 29 thousand people at Madison Square Gardens and defeated him in a record 8 seconds.
Alex Shelley: Does the garden even hold 29 thousand people?
Kevin Nash: It did that night.
10 Questions for Vinnie Vegas - WCW Magazine [June 1992]
I thought about transcribing this entire thing but reading an in-character Kevin Nash run through every Las Vegas reference he has while answering questions is a complete time-waste. Though, there was one question asked that I found to be kinda interesting:
“WCW MAGAZINE: Is there a part of your game you’d like to improve?”
[VINNIE] VEGAS: I’m gonna be honest with you, kid. I’d like to improve my aerial skills. Hey, I’ll never be like that Jushin Liger guy, but if I could perfect a dropkick off the top rope—forget about it! They’d have to give me the belt by default.”
Vinnie Vegas with a missle dropkick in his arsenal? That would have been a sight to see! Can anybody point me to a match where Nash even attempted any move off the top rope where it came off gracefully?
Not giving the guy shit, I’m just saying that I don’t believe he ever got around to improving his aerial game.
Scott Hall and Kevin Nash - WCW Monday Nitro [Early 1999 (?)]
The good old days.
A rather amusing screengrab I took while watching nWo: the Revolution DVD.
Might be more on the documentary later.
Kevin Nash, The Giant, Scott Hall, and Syxx, the nWo - WCW World War 3 [11/24/1996]
A classic shot of the heel stable during what was always my favorite WCW PPV. Unless you were an avid watcher of WCW Saturday Night and WCW Worldwide (which I was), you would have no clue who a majority of the guys were in the three-ring, sixty-men, battle royal main event. In this particular match, the stand-out names that catch my eye are Mr. JL (Jerry Lynn), Jim Powers (notable WWF jobber), The Renegade (WCW’s version of the Ultimate Warrior) and Bunkhouse Buck (who portrayed Jack Swagger’s fictional father on Smackdown in 2010).
Loved these matches. Way better than any dumb Royal Rumble.
New World Order - WCW Magazine #22 [December 1996]
It’s the whole gang! Scott Hall! Ted DiBiase!! Fake Sting!!!
nWo Magazine #1 [December 1996]
Due to the New World Order beating WCW at Fall Brawl: War Games, the nWo was awarded twenty percent of WCW Magazine where they had their own writers, their own photographers, and their own merchandise section.
Fun little gimmick that helped sell the nWo as an invading force.