Triple H Congratulates Batista
Triple H gave his former running mate Batista props on Twitter yesterday. The budding movie star is now listed as a “former WWE superstar” on WWE.com and isn’t expected to be back any time soon:
— Triple H (@TripleH) October 30, 2015
ESPN Filming Ric Flair
Ric Flair is the subject of an upcoming episode of ESPN’s 30 for 30. His agent posted the following on Facebook:
We named this company Legacy Talent because it’s our mission to help preserve the legacies that our clients have worked a lifetime to build. Yesterday we took a huge step in documenting Ric Flair’s legacy by starting to shoot his 30 for 30 ESPN Film. We are honored to work with such a prestigious group on a project we are so passionate about! #Flair30for30 #ComingSoon.
Nash Still Has One More Run In Him
WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash told Sports Illustrated this week, that he still has one more run left in him:
I have one more run. I’m started to get things fixed. I’m getting my shoulder fixed, I’m getting my neck fixed. I miss it, so never say never.
There’s a reason why, right now, Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson are out touring. People want the drama. When guys are kicking out of 450-f—— moonsaults on one-and-a-half, what’s the false finish? There are so few storytellers left, but ‘Taker can go out there and tell a story.
Nash also discussed his acting career:
I take every role, whether it’s a line or more, and try to make it my own. All these people talk about the secret to acting. To me, it’s once you find the character, like Engleheart in ‘The Longest Yard.’ I could turn that character on morning, noon, and night. That’s the key–finding the character.
I’ve had a career in wrestling, and this is the next area where I’m determined to be successful. You have to be realistic and know that you’re just going to be a character actor. You’re not going to be a lead, you’re not going to be doing romantic comedies, but there is plenty of work out there.