Kevin Nash now behind Scott Hall doing DDP Yoga:
Wrestling legend Kevin Nash who yesterday showed concern over Scott Hall moving in to DDP’s Yoga house, has now changed his tune after talking things over with his former WCW pals.
“Really don’t give a **** what marks think, just want what’s best for Scott.Talked To DDP tonight feel were all on the same page,” Tweeted Nash this morning.
“Talked to Scott today 4 over an hour, best he’s been in 15 years.Thur detox and on to DDP.If anyone can take Scott 2 the next level it’s him.”
Nash was worried that Hall was in too bad shape and may have attempted to go to the Yoga house without proper detox and medical treatment. He wrote: “Does anyone realize Scott will die if not taken to a hospital and clinically detoxed? You f**king idiots……Yoga great.20 years of abuse?”
Yesterday afternoon DDP took down the original video of him and Jake Roberts calling Scott Hall because Nash didn’t think it was fair to publicize him at rock bottom without his sober agreement. A new video was uploaded with a sober Scott Hall agreeing to the program.
Ryback discusses moving up WWE’s developmental ranks:
In an recent interview with SLAM! Wrestling WWE Superstar Ryback discussed his many years going through the company’s various developmental systems.
“Obviously, being a fan and coming in … you know it’s not going to be easy, and you don’t know what to expect. It’s very physical and it’s mentally very frustrating at times when you first start out,” says Ryback about taking part in the 2004 Tough Enough series alongside the Miz.
“You’re told you suck. It’s just one of those things where you’ve just gotta keep going.”
[Despite not winning the show] “I never gave up … and things worked out very well.”
“Bill DeMott was by far the hardest trainer I’ve ever had. It was very physical … bootcamp-style training. When we started, I ended up having to a lot of double classes — eight-hour days. It was a lot of bumping and a lot of Hindu squats, a lot pushups, a lot of crunches and a lot of blow-up drills. It mentally made me much tougher.”
“I always knew deep down I was going to make it,” Continued Ryback.
“I saw a lot of guys come in after me and get called up well before me and I never took that as a negative. I knew deep down that when the time was right for me, the time would be right. I wouldn’t change a thing. Mentally, and physically, everything that I had to go through, the injuries and the setbacks and the struggles, it made me who I am today.”