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Kevin Nash apologises to The Rock for past WWE issues

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WWE Hall of Famer and WCW legend Kevin Nash took to Twitter to apologise to fellow WWE legend The Rock for their past issues.

Nash came in to WWE back in 2002, shortly after the Invasion angle alongside Hollywood Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall.

There were a number of performers and backstage personnel were not happy with the nWo coming into the company, and Nash revealed that he was a “d*ck” to The Great One back then.

The Rock actually wrote to Nash first, saying “You’re an inspiration my brother. In tremendous shape!!! Holy sh*t. Way to raise the bar!”

Kevin Nash would then respond, saying “Following your lead. Your work ethic is amazing. You’re 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 dick to you when I came back in 2002. Just trying to keep my spot.”

Kevin Nash and The Rock

Here is the current confirmed card for WWE Crown Jewel, which will be available to watch on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network in the United Kingdom on Thursday, October 21st live from Saudi Arabia:

  • Universal Championship Match ’“ Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar
  • WWE Championship Match ’“ Big E (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • RAW Tag Team Championship Match ’“ RKBro (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos
  • Smackdown Women’s Championship Match ’“ Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks
  • Hell in a Cell Match ’“ Edge vs. Seth Rollins
  • No Holds Barred Match ’“ Bobby Lashley vs. Goldberg
  • King of the Ring Final: Sami Zayn OR Finn Bálor vs. Jinder Mahal OR Xavier Woods
  • Queen’s Crown Final: Zelina Vega OR Carmella vs. Shayna Baszler OR Doudrop
  • Mansoor vs. Ali
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