Although Austin put over the possibility of working with Hulk Hogan, he attacked the star power of anyone currently on the roster. “When I look at the roster right now, there’s really no one that I think would make for a big pay-per-view match,” Austin said. “I’ve heard Hulk Hogan throw my name around and I think he’d like a match with me. I think that could be quite interesting — a spectacle — and draw some big money.”
Kevin Nash, who feels his movie experience can be a great help to TNA, referred to working for the company as “screwing around.”
“But as far as wrestling, I can do it here and there, but week in and week out … I don’t want to tear something or hurt something and then two days later have somebody tell me, ‘Hey, you know they want to put you in the next Bond film?’ It’s like, ‘Wow, I’m sorry. I just broke my ankle last night in Orlando screwing around.'”
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