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Kevin Nash Apologizes To The Rock For Being A D*ck To Him In 2002, Rock Responds

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• Kevin Nash Apologizes To The Rock For Being A D*ck To Him In 2002, Rock Responds

Old School WWF Legends The Rock and Kevin Nash had a great Twitter exchange, in which Nash first posted a photo of him wearing the new ‘Project Rock’ Under Armour shoes and thanked The Great One for them, by tweeting the following:

“Great day at Indiana Comic Con. Thanks NWO Nation for the strong showing. Fantastic hotel gym. Got arms and abs in. Thanks @TheRock for putting out these bad a$$ kicks. Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow I’ll hit my table at 10:30. Despite a nice wine list downstairs.”

The Rock reacted by praising Kevin Nash in a Tweet of his own:

“@RealKevinNash You’re an inspiration my brother

In tremendous shape!!! Holy sh*t. Way to raise the bar!”

This led to Kevin apologizing for how he treated The Rock in 2002, when he returned with the nWo, by tweeting:

“@TheRock Following your lead. Your work ethic is amazing. Your filming schedule would kill most mortals but the promotion for your films is the grind. You film and promote at the same time. Sorry I was such a d*ck to you when I came back in 2002. Just trying to keep my spot.”

The Rock then replied:

“Never a need for any apology big brother, but thank you very cool of you. You guys had to come back with some bite & venom. I was living in the house you helped build, so I was pumped you, Scott & Hulk were coming back cause #1) I was always a fan and #2) most importantly I wanted us all to link up and make a lot of money (for us and the whole roster).

WM18 was huge and a career highlight for me. As was our big Mania buildup when we had a chance to have fun and rumble. It was a great time in our business! Wish we could’ve worked more! NWO4L”

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• Old School ECW Performer Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 42nd birthday of former ECW Performer Mass Transit (Real name: Erich Kulas).

The November 23, 1996 ECW House Show included the infamous “Mass Transit Incident”, which saw the pro wrestling debut of 17-year-old “Mass Transit”, who had lied to promoter Paul Heyman about his age and his professional wrestling training (he had none).

Before the Tag Team Match, Mass Transit requested New Jack to do the blade-job for him, but was eventually cut too deeply by the experienced Hardcore Wrestler, so the match turned into a bloodbath rather quickly.

Only Fan-Cam video footage exists of the incident.


October 17, 1979 – May 12, 2002

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