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Kevin Nash Says His Relationship With WCW Legend Deteriorated After He Mocked Him

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On the September 1st 1997 episode of WCW Monday NITRO, the new World order came to the ring dressed as The 4 Horsemen and did a great parody of them, thus mocking Arn Anderson’s magnificent ‘My Spot’ promo from the previous week.

On a recent edition of his weekly ‘Kliq This’ podcast, WWF/WCW Legend Kevin Nash spoke about the parody and how it affected the relationship he had with Arn before and after the infamous parody segment.

Here’s what the 2-time WWE Hall of Famer said:

“It was great before. It wasn’t great after, as many times as I have apologized.

It was crazy because it’s the first time I’ve ever done anything, and maybe the only time I’ve ever done anything, where the response of the crowd was more like a comedy store than it was a wrestling arena.

It was just laughter. It was like you would pop them throughout the skit. It was completely different.

It was wild to be in front of 9,000 people doing basically stand up comedy, but actually just kind of Improv.

That was before anybody did a parody on anybody. There was the Macho Man and a couple of things after that.

There’s a receipt where Arn f**king drills me. It’s on tape too where he comes down and I’m on the apron or something like that and he drills me.

It’s a good receipt though. I called it even.”

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