Kevin Nash Goes Off On CM Punk, Calls Him A Pr*ck & Tells Him To ‘Shut The F**k Up’


WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash isn’t one to hold back while discussing current and past events in the world of professional wrestling, and he came out swinging during the latest episode of his “Kliq This” podcast.

In a rant for the ages, Big Daddy Cool went off on CM Punk. Nash says the currently suspended and former AEW World Champion is already “tired” at the age of 42 (To clarify, Punk is 43) and went on to say that he was wrestling at the age of 55 and had to deal with Punk mocking his age during their 2011 feud in WWE.


Additionally, Nash said Punk was “a little bit of a prick” and feels the latter needs to “shut the f**k up.”

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On how CM Punk is tired at age 42: “At 42 years old, I mean Phil’s tired. Phil’s tired. He’s beat up. I was in the ring at 55 when he was cutting a promo on me, click, click, I can hear your knees, or LOL thought you were dead. Yeah, that motherf**ker is cutting that promo on me and he sits there at 42 years old, I guess, in retrospect if I were actually thought about it, oh no, he didn’t lose his sh*t, that’s toxic f**ing shock, he didn’t pull his tampon out, he’s got toxic shock syndrome. I thought about that, I said, motherf**ker, I googled him, forty f**king two. Dude didn’t wrestle for ten f**king years! It’s like a ’75 El Dorado with 102 miles on it. Motherf**ker don’t tell me you’re tired. Don’t tell me you’re 75. Shut the f**k up. On top of that, all you guys at AEW, you bunch of dumb motherf**kers. You bunch of dumb motherf**kers. You’re 1099s, you know what that means, you were painting somebodies house, you got into a fight, and they told you, ‘you’re all suspended.’ Wasn’t it after the f**king deal? You guys can’t work that out?”

On his overall view of CM Punk’s AEW run: “I’ve watched Phil come back, I’ve watched everything he did. He made sure that he made everybody before he beat them. He was a pro. He could have went out there, his run got cut, basically, politically he just had too much f**king heat. Deserved. I see a lot of me in him, I’m not gonna speak for him, but he’s a little bit of a prick. I guarantee you, he had his run, he had the number that day of how many shirts they sold I’m sure, so he could throw that in somebody’s face if he had to. He did a good job and then he got hurt, then he came back, I don’t know the specifics. I know the Hangman interview upset him. I think what happens when you start doing that work-shoot sh*t, because it’s not scripted, you do get a ‘Sunny Days,’ that can wreck somebody’s f**king life at home, and now you’ve taken that step over the line.”

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