Wrestling Revealed

Kevin Nash

nWo induction

When asked by Noelle Foley during a recent interview about which members of the nWo should be at the induction ceremony when the group gets honored, Kevin Nash stated that it should just be the original four, which consists of he, Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. Nash feels that Waltman deserves to be honored because he represented the New World Order at live events since Hogan did not work those shows.
February 5, 2016
Cody Hall

Cody Hall impressing New Japan

While he still needs further training, Cody Hall has been impressing those within New Japan. He has been very receptive to advice and ideas that are presented to him. In the ring, Hall has shown a natural ability for screen presence. The belief is that he is a surefire lock to become a WWE star once he is done training overseas. If he behaves, then Scott Hall might be brought in along with his son as well.
December 30, 2015
Triple H

Triple H avoided Scott Hall

During a recent podcast interview, Scott Hall revealed that Triple H wanted to contact him for years but was not allowed to because WWE wanted to avoid any involvement with someone that was suffering from substance abuse. HHH eventually convinced management to induct Hall into the hall of fame after he had stayed sober for more than a year, thanks to the help of Diamond Dallas Page.
December 26, 2015
Chris Jericho

Dudley Boyz and Hall heat

While doing a podcast interview with Chris Jericho, the Dudley Boyz revealed that they once had major backstage heat with Scott Hall because he threatened to kick out of their finishing move. The two of them have taken a lot of pride in their finisher over the years, noting that only Masato Tanaka and Chris Sabin have been allowed to kick out of the pin after taking the double team move.
October 31, 2015
Scott Hall

WWE signing Scott Hall

It did not take very long for Scott Hall to be allowed back in the good graces of WWE. The former Intercontinental Champion revealed that management has sent him a Legends contract so that he can rejoin the promotion. Hall noted that it was sitting in his living room and has not been signed yet. The belief is that he will a lawyer read through the document to see what he can do outside of the company.
October 14, 2015
Eric Bischoff

Scott Hall backs DDP

While doing an interview to promote Jake Roberts and his new film, Diamond Dallas Page revealed that Scott Hall once threatened to walk away from WCW if Eric Bischoff did not go along with their plan for pushing DDP into the main event scene during his feud with the nWo. Things worked out quite alright for all sides involved since DDP ended up becoming one of the most popular performers in the industry at that time.
October 13, 2015
Bret Hart

Kevin Nash leaving WWE

The history books were changed when Kevin Nash and Scott Hall left WWE for WCW. New details from that chapter have been revealed. During a podcast interview with Steve Austin, Hall revealed that one of the reasons why Nash was willing to leave the promotion was because management sided with Bret Hart in his decision to refuse to take the power bomb finisher. Nash felt that management did not have enough respect for him.
October 7, 2015
Steve Austin

nWo in WWE

During his podcast interview with Steve Austin, Scott Hall revealed that he was never really comfortable when he was doing the nWo gimmick in WWE. He stated that Vince McMahon told him right off the bat that he was willing to do the stable with just Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan. Hall said that made him uncomfortable. He also mentioned that he knew that McMahon would never really push the New World Order like they should have been.
October 2, 2015
Randy Savage

Hall retiring Savage

During a recent interview, Scott Hall revealed that there were once plans for his character to break the leg of Randy Savage and retire the legend from the ring. However, those plans were changed because the Ultimate Warrior walked away from a scheduled tag team match that was to feature Hall and Ric Flair going up against Warrior and Savage. Instead, Curt Hennig was given a spot in the match, and everything changed.
September 23, 2015
Scott Hall

Scott Hall training NXT

During a recent interview, Scott Hall revealed that he has been invited by WWE to go back to NXT and help the developmental wrestlers. He had a really good experience the last time around, and the performers really enjoyed being in the presence of someone that has cemented his spot in the history books. Hall has been wanting to be more involved in the industry, and it looks like he might have found a way.
September 21, 2015