Jim Ross Gives His Thoughts On Kevin Nash's Recent Controversial Comments

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Jim Ross has a new blog entry available on his official website, in which he discusses Kevin Nash's recent controversial remarks. Below are some highlights:

-I'm an old school guy who thinks that wrestlers come in all shapes and sizes and that the final, final decree on how well said talents produce is ultimately left up to the consumer aka the fans. 

Lots of sub six feet tall athletes have been huge box office draws in the biz over the years. There are too many to mention here.

Several big men who have migrated into the pro wrestling world simply because of their size have failed. Some haven't. Kevin Nash was and still is very successful. He's made a lot of money and he's saved it. Smart guy. Out of the entire Grantland piece the thing that I felt was most compelling for today's wrestlers, rookies, wannabe's, etc, is that Kevin Nash made big money and he took care of it. 

-No, I don't agree with Kevin on his smaller wrestlers theory as I like all that have true talent. But I do defend his right to express himself and chuckle at the ability that he has to manipulate fans and peers alike in 140 characters or less.

Click here to read JR's latest in its entirety.

  • ohyoudidntknow

    JR just doesn't want to get on anyones bad side. It's obvious what Diesel said was out of line, he lost the little respect I had for him…LATINO HEAT!!

  • Charles

    Well said as always from JR.

  • Matt

    Very well said JR. Kevin Nash likes getting under people's skin on the Internet. I'll always respect what he has done in the ring and if you meet him, he's a stand up guy. If and when he does come back, he's got a few seeds planted for possible feuds, too.

  • jdl

    Nash is a douche, it's an intrinsic part of his personality. He wouldn't have made for good television otherwise, as the guy can't work.

  • Mark

    Shawn Michaels, his ole buddy, isn't a big guy and look what he did. Just curious was Pac and Shawn think of his comments.