Kevin Nash has gone through lot during his time in the pro wrestling business. He has a lot of stories to tell, and A&E realizes that. They had Big Kev in for a couple of filmings, but he really didn’t appreciate one in particular.

The NWO made history for many reasons, and A&E focused on them for one of their specials. This was not a filming experience that Kevin Nash really enjoyed.

While speaking on his Kliq This Podcast, Kevin Nash was asked about those A&E documentaries. He did not mind the rivals taping, but when it came to that NWO special, he did not appreciate his conditions at all.

“I wasn’t so keen on the NWO documentary they dropped. Four hours in a warehouse with no f*cking air conditioning. You do two f*cking lines and they saw you break down about your deceased tag partner.”


Kevin Nash lost one of his best friends when Scott Hall passed away. That was a tragic time for many people, and the pro wrestling world is still grief-stricken over the loss.

Hopefully, Kevin Nash isn’t writing off all future A&E filming opportunities. His side of the story is a valuable one, because he pulls no punches and tells it like it is. Sadly, that NWO special didn’t seem to do A&E any favors with the former Diesel.

What’s your take on what Kevin Nash said about the A&E filming? Would you hate working like that as well? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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