The Kliq Members Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman and HBK Discuss the MSG Curtain Call Incident

Shawn Michaels​ has posted a new interview up with Kliq members Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman, Shawn Michaels and Scott Hall. The interview was conducted during the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, and below are some highlights of the interview, which focuses on the famous MSG Curtain Call incident in 1996:

WWE.COM: Did you guys plan The Curtain Call ahead of time or did it just kind of happen that night?

SHAWN MICHAELS: It was talked about in Europe then it was never talked about again. We had done a European tour, then we came back and had this last run. For us, not that we needed a reason to celebrate something, but everything was the last time we'll be doing this, the last time we'll be doing that. Then, that night, as best as I can recall, it was Hunter coming up and going, "Hey, are we doing that thing we talked about?" I don't think anybody remembered it.

NASH: I walked in and talked to Vince and Pat [Patterson]! You [points to Michaels] were with me and he said it was fine and we were supposed to go to [New York City steakhouse] Smith & Wollensky afterwards. And it just turned into a thing…

WWE.COM: Before we get into the fallout, let's talk about the incident itself. What do you remember about that moment at the end of the night?

SCOTT HALL: I remember standing in the ring and we're all there together. It was unheard of, but the people appreciated it. I remember looking at Kev, we're all hugging and I remember thinking we all made it.

NASH: I remember — and I think we may have even said it in the ring that night — that we weren't disbanding The Kliq.

MICHAELS: We were taking over the business.

NASH: We're going to go down south and take over Ford Motor Company. You guys run GM and we'll run the automobile industry.

MICHAELS: I remember Vince came up to me after and said, "Did that mean a lot to you?" I said, "Yes it did." "Then it meant a lot to me." And he was fine. It was fine that night.

WWE.COM: So there weren't any locker room blowups that night?