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Ruggy
10-20-2010, 05:29 PM
I believe Big D has said good-bye to TNA in order to claim his spot in the WWE Hall of Fame, with the intention of getting a cushy job somewhere in the promotion that made him famous. Now whether that will be on-screen or backstage is up for a little debate. Personally I think it would be great for him to come out as being behind the "Raw General Manager" angle. What do you guys think?

Rich Cranium
10-20-2010, 05:45 PM
I don't think he would be believable as the Raw GM as everyone knows hes been in TNA. He would be good for the backstage area though. IMO, I don't think he should be on the roster unless its a one time only deal.

AngrySamoan
10-20-2010, 07:40 PM
I Don't even think he should be in the HOF, but unfortunately he probably will. I know he's a Five-Time WCW Champion, but the total of all Five of his reigns was only 98 days. I think if anyone in the business is or was truly overrated it's this guy. Also, I wish he'd just hang 'em up and retire already.

Robstar
10-20-2010, 07:45 PM
While Nash will one day inevitably be in the WWE Hall Of Fame, I don't think he'll go work for WWE. From recent comments I believe he's over the pro wrestling business and is walking away HBK-style. (which is serious retirement, IMO, not Roddy Piper retirement)

Mark McNasty
10-20-2010, 09:18 PM
I Don't even think he should be in the HOF, but unfortunately he probably will. I know he's a Five-Time WCW Champion, but the total of all Five of his reigns was only 98 days. I think if anyone in the business is or was truly overrated it's this guy. Also, I wish he'd just hang 'em up and retire already.

You clearly don't know your wrestling history.

Aside from being an integral part of what was arguably the most innovative angle of the 1990's with the nWo, he was also the WWE Heavyweight champion for almost an entire year with Match of the Year candidate credentials against Shawn Michaels at WM XI. Also note victories over Bret Hart, Sid Vicious, and Yokozuna. The WM match put him over as the PWI #1 ranked wrestler of 1995.

So 8 overall heavyweight title reigns, multiple tag team championships, massive notoriety as the founding father of the nWo, one of the 4 members of The Kliq, a kick-starter of TNA, and over 20 years in the business doesn't qualify him for the HOF?

lol k

I don't even like Nash and I can admit that he belongs.

nrb6304
10-20-2010, 10:50 PM
You clearly don't know your wrestling history.

Aside from being an integral part of what was arguably the most innovative angle of the 1990's with the nWo, he was also the WWE Heavyweight champion for almost an entire year with Match of the Year candidate credentials against Shawn Michaels at WM XI. Also note victories over Bret Hart, Sid Vicious, and Yokozuna. The WM match put him over as the PWI #1 ranked wrestler of 1995.

So 8 overall heavyweight title reigns, multiple tag team championships, massive notoriety as the founding father of the nWo, one of the 4 members of The Kliq, a kick-starter of TNA, and over 20 years in the business doesn't qualify him for the HOF?

lol k

I don't even like Nash and I can admit that he belongs.

4 members of the Kliq?? When the hell did they decrease in size?! lol. Just busting your balls, but if you accuse somebody of not knowing facts please use some yourself.

THE KLIQ:
Shawn Michaels
Razor Ramon (Scott Hall)
Diesel (Kevin Nash)
1-2-3 Kid (Sean Waltman)
Triple H and
Aldo Montoya (Justin Credieble)

All part of the Kliq....just sayin


As for Big Sexxy in the HOF, I say....HELL YEAH! See I said this in a post earlier, Kevin Nash is just as good as he was in 1995 which....isn't very good. Nash is a big guy and makes well, and honestly has always had the EXACT same move set, Jim Ross made Nash out to be this badass brawler mawler street fighter, and that made his limited move set work, and to be WWE and TNA wouldn't be great without Kevin Nash's contributions

AngrySamoan
10-20-2010, 11:18 PM
Sure He Held the tile for a year in the WWF, but did you watch any of those matches, he really wasn't that good. And yes I agree that NWO was an integral part of the 90's wrestling revolution, but the nWO almost singlehandedly put a company out of business. They were in fact an INTEGRAL part of that companies demise. A Group re-incarnated so many times, that it pretty much takes away from most of the notoriety or impact that group will ever have in the annals of wrestling history. Oh, and I forgot, about Nash's big defining moment in wrestling history, losing to Hogan in the fingerpoke of doom match, for yet another incarnation of NWO!!
And you think this is HOF Material??

You clearly don't know your wrestling history.

Aside from being an integral part of what was arguably the most innovative angle of the 1990's with the nWo, he was also the WWE Heavyweight champion for almost an entire year with Match of the Year candidate credentials against Shawn Michaels at WM XI. Also note victories over Bret Hart, Sid Vicious, and Yokozuna. The WM match put him over as the PWI #1 ranked wrestler of 1995.

So 8 overall heavyweight title reigns, multiple tag team championships, massive notoriety as the founding father of the nWo, one of the 4 members of The Kliq, a kick-starter of TNA, and over 20 years in the business doesn't qualify him for the HOF?

lol k

I don't even like Nash and I can admit that he belongs.

jcagosto
10-20-2010, 11:55 PM
THE KLIQ:
Shawn Michaels
Razor Ramon (Scott Hall)
Diesel (Kevin Nash)
1-2-3 Kid (Sean Waltman)
Triple H and
Aldo Montoya (Justin Credieble)



Justin Credible???

AngrySamoan
10-21-2010, 12:12 AM
Justin Credible???

Yeah, I've heard that Justin Credible was in some form a member of the kliq. Perhaps he carried their bags around for them.

Razorblade
10-21-2010, 03:59 AM
Kevin nash deserves to be in the Hall Of Fame whether u like it or not

Jazz
10-21-2010, 12:27 PM
For starting nWo Nash will be in the HoF, let alone his connection to the WWE.


To see if he works backstage or commentator is beyond us right now.

Mark McNasty
10-21-2010, 12:54 PM
Sure He Held the tile for a year in the WWF, but did you watch any of those matches, he really wasn't that good. And yes I agree that NWO was an integral part of the 90's wrestling revolution, but the nWO almost singlehandedly put a company out of business. They were in fact an INTEGRAL part of that companies demise. A Group re-incarnated so many times, that it pretty much takes away from most of the notoriety or impact that group will ever have in the annals of wrestling history. Oh, and I forgot, about Nash's big defining moment in wrestling history, losing to Hogan in the fingerpoke of doom match, for yet another incarnation of NWO!!
And you think this is HOF Material??

I disagree with you 100%. You cannot fault Kevin Nash for the various incarnations of the nWo. That cross should be carried by guys like Eric Bischoff or Vince Russo. Also, the whole "finger poke" match is again not Nash's fault. Let's be honest here- how many GOOD Hogans matches ever happened in WCW? Halloween Havoc anyone? He was too old to sell anyone's moves. BTW do you remember the HHH vs. Shawn Michaels D-X "poke and pin" match when Slaughter forced them into a match? Would you tell me that HNK or HHH doesn't deserve to be in the HOF? (Although I'm sure we could make a captivating argument against Paul.)

The fact that the nWo they took a company and vaulted it past WWF by leaps and bounds in only about 4 years says a lot, and Big Sexy was a huge huge part of it.

If we were to have this discussion about Scott Hall, I would probably agree with many of you. But in this case, saying a guy shouldn't get into the HOF because he wasn't the best worker would be akin to saying Hogan shouldn't have gotten in because he was a god-awful worker.

:Aside:- You were right about the Kilq- I was mostly referring to The Curtain Call incident, but I should have been more thorough.

Kid_Gangsta
10-21-2010, 01:13 PM
I dont think Nash is leaving TNA just for a spot in the HOF. But i think Vince may give him a call around December to talk about things if he is finished with TNA right now.

Ruggy
10-21-2010, 02:09 PM
Justin Credible is considered a kliq member.

Tha Crows Nest
10-21-2010, 04:22 PM
I think that Nash should go into the HOF and maybe be a on air personality. I could see him being the muscle for a up and coming superstar. That way he has a light load schedule, only having to appear on TV tapings, and it could really help a young guy get over as heel. I think this would be great for someone like Tyson Kidd or someone like that.

Adam3330
10-21-2010, 09:22 PM
You can not seriously quote justin credible as being a member of the kliq.
He had association with them but was never and will never be a member.