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Kevin Nash Comments On Controversial AEW Segment

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On a recent edition of his weekly ‘Kliq This’ podcast, WWF Legend Kevin Nash shared his thoughts about the controversial segment from AEW Dynamite, that involved Juice Robinson (fka NXT Superstar CJ Parker) and AEW World Champion MJF.

Robinson told MJF that he had ‘a roll of quarters’ with his name on it. MJF is of Jewish faith and was involved in an incident before, where antisemitic bullies threw quarters at him and said hateful things towards Judaism.

The timing of this segment couldn’t be any worse, considering the ongoing war involving Israel these days.

Here’s what Kevin Nash – a proud jew himself – had to say about what he saw on AEW Dynamite:

“The antisemitic hate is rife. Do we even want to put a f***ing match anywhere near something that could, it’s like, there’s heat, and there’s cheap heat. You can go to the Humane Society, get a bag of kittens, and have them go around the ring and smash them with an aluminum baseball bat, yeah, the people will moan, they’ll throw up, and there’ll be heat, but it’s not the kind of heat you want.

In a world without hatred, it’d be okay to do the quarter thing. Yeah, because, it wouldn’t mean anything. We don’t live in that world. I still think that in a scripted sports entertainment segment, the Jewish rebuttal has to be so PR cleansed because you can’t just go off of hatred to what they’ve done to your people.”

Big Daddy Cool then also spoke about Tony Khan’s temperamental outburst on Twitter:

“No wonder Jade Cargill left AEW.”

After famous runs with the World Wrestling Federation / WWE (1993-1996, 2002-2003 & 2011) and Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1990-1993 & 1996-2001), Kevin Nash was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as himself (2015) and again as a member of the new World order (2021).

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