NWO alumni Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Sean "Syxx/X-Pac" Waltman recently spoke to Sports Illustrated Magazine and spoke about topics including The Undertaker, Chris Jericho, and The Kliq:
Kevin Nash says Undertaker almost came to WCW in 2000: "We had 'Taker close. All of a sudden he wasn't the Deadman. He became the American Badass for a reason. That Deadman wasn't going to f*****g come to WCW. He would have been the biker character and gone by Mark Calaway. All along, I was trying to get guys money, and what happened was Vince started giving huge guarantees to the Shawns and Undertakers and those guys and said, 'I can't lose my core guys."
Scott Hall's choice words for Chris Jericho: "Jericho's just a whining p**s. If you have any talent, you can't be held back and you can't be held down. Jericho just whines and whines. He's gone on to be tremendously successful, and he's still got a hard on for us. I don't get it, but nobody makes headlines for saying, 'Those guys are great guys. You talk about what d—-ks we are, and then some guy sits down and interviews you."
Sean Waltman follows up on Chris Jericho: ""Jericho realized, once he got to WWE, 'Holy s**t, I don't know what the f**k I'm doing here. That's why Vince made him come to me and run his matches by me, even he was working with Boss Man or something. You think you know, until you finally know."
Kevin Nash on the Kliq: "These guys are my brothers, When you take the five guys who are considered 'The Kliq', it's the three of us who have spent the most time together. I always know what's going on in their life. It's never more than a month that we sit down somewhere and catch up. In this business, that's almost unheard of."
To read the full interview, click here.