Kevin Nash reveals the advice he gives to indy wrestlers and what he doesn’t like them to do

During his Click here podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash revealed the advice he gives indy wrestlers and what he doesn’t like them to do…

“If I’m at a show or something, I’ll help people. And you know, I’m going to watch a game. But I usually ask them first, I’m like, “Well, what story are you telling?” And if they say, ‘Well, what do you mean?’ Like, ‘What story are you going to tell there so I can tell you whether or not-‘, you know? “Oh, we’re just gonna do a bunch of f**king moves.” “No, I’m not going to watch your shit.”

“[They] going too fast… It’s just not my style. I mean, I’m sure people are all, ‘Oh because you can’t do it, you can’t splash the frog.’ Yeah whatever. But that’s just not my style. I don’t like anything choreographed. When you’re around the corner and somebody gave some guy another fucking king – and you’re balancing yourself and using each other’s hand here. Like f**k that, when you don’t like poke [the guy]. It’s so easy. Same, you have to be smart. If you like to do a total hockey fight, unless you go, then why would you do that? Because two adults punching each other, someone’s gonna swell. And if you don’t get those five minutes — you start with a fucking hockey fight, and those two guys’ eyes don’t swell, then you know that’s a job, right? So why start there? I don’t know, to me it’s always been common sense. (quotes courtesy of 411Mania.com)