WWE history is full of great friendships, but there is also some heat between certain Superstars. The Rock and Kevin Nash didn’t always see eye to eye, but the two seem to have buried the hatchet.

Kevin Nash and The Rock had a very positive exchange on Twitter recently, much to the surprise of fans who know about the history of backstage heat between them. In fact, Kevin Nash actually apologized for that past heat in the process.

This all started when Big Kev tweeted out a post after the Indiana Comic Convention. He also thanked The Rock while he was at it and he tagged The Great One.

Great day at Indiana Comic Con. Thanks NWO Nation for the strong showing. Fantastic hotel gym. Got arms and abs in. Thanks @TheRock for putting out these bad ass kicks. Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow I’ll hit my table at 10:30. Despite a nice wine list downstairs

The Rock saw that mention from Kevin Nash and he said, “You’re an inspiration my brother [clapping hands emoji] [flexed biceps emoji] In tremendous shape!!! Holy sh*t. Way to raise the bar!”

Then Kevin Nash responded to The Rock’s tweet. He complimented Dwayne Johnson’s work ethic and the promotional efforts he puts into his films. This was followed by an apology for being a “d*ck” in WWE back in 2002.

“Following your lead. You’re 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.”

The Rock and Kevin Nash never had a chance to lock up in the squared circle during their time in the ring together. There was a chance that things could have worked out in 2002, but those days are long gone. It’s nice to know that the two were able to make amends all these years later.

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Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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