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CM Punk
Phillip Jack "Phil" Brooks
  • Birthdate: 8/26/1978 (age 36)
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 200 lbs

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Former WWE, WCW and TNA Legend "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash joined Kayfabe Wrestling Radio Tuesday Night. In a nearly 40 minute interview he talked about his film career and two of his releases coming to DVD soon (Rock of Ages and Magic Mike), the difference between doing a fan-fest as opposed to what it's like with WWE or WCW, his views on the NWO DVD release coming soon, has he been contacted to participate with the WWE Network, what does he think of CM Punk's lengthy title run, what Rick Rude instilled in him coming up, his views on social networking on wrestling today, and much more.

With the New World Order DVD coming soon, does he like that fans of the era can relive it and see new footage of what was done: "I think the body of work still stands out. A lot of it, because we participated in; even though we did it, we've never seen it back. There have been so many matches and segments and things that we haven't seen that sometimes, especially with the production that the WWE has, when they put something together, it's usually an incredible piece and you sit there and kind of relive it again. You go ‘Oh yeah, forgot about that'. So, I look forward to watching those pieces because it does bring back a lot of memories.

Does he like doing the seminars and working with the up and coming generation: ‘The way I look at it, I was fortunate enough to have guys like (Rick) Rude and (Curt) Henning and Jake (Roberts) kinda guide me, watch me and critique what I did. So, I mean, if somebody asked me to watch them, I'd definitely do it; I don't think I'll be able to give them much of a critique on what they should have done from a trained wrestling standpoint. But as far as telling a story, that's the number one thing; and that's what I ask a young guy, ‘What was the story you were trying to tell' because that is the basis for what we do/ It determines what we're going to do as far as movement to tell that story. A lot of guys have gotten away from telling stories, they're more into doing spots and I think that's kind of hurt the business."

What he thinks of the lengthy Punk title run: "At the same time, with the progression of the character, and everything they've done, I think that he was the Straight Edge and now I mean he is, if you take last night's show, there's times when I say ‘That was cheap heat' and then he finds a way to get out of it with good heat like when he backs off Ryback. I mean, he's done just such a good job; he's a good worker he's great on the mic, and now he's growing into the part and I don't see how they could possibly even function and conceivably do three hours of a show without him. And the thing is, the one thing is if you can make the belt mean something then that person can, especially from that heel persona, look over his shoulder and say ‘Oh yeah? Well, if I'm not the best, why do I have this and why have I had it this long?'

What did he learn from Rick Rude and what is lacking from today's wrestling: Number one, first and foremost, he was an entertainer, but when he did a lot of things to tell a story, I mean he got heat; he was a believable bad ass and he was a dangerous human being. I think that's one thing missing from a lot of the characters right now; I just don't believe that those characters right now can physically hurt me. I mean Ryback's a big dude but Ryback's not much taller than Phil (CM Punk). I mean Goldberg was 6'4", 305 lbs.; it was just a different era of guys I think one thing I saw from Ryback last night (vs Tensai at RAW) when did couldn't do his finisher a couple of times; it's nothing against him, he was put into that situation and he probably thought he could get him and he didn't get him, but at the same time, no body is using that spear right now and they're chanting ‘Goldberg'. To me, go with it. He could use the spear; no one else is using it. He could spear a...