Kevin Nash Says Shawn Michaels Is The New Head At The WWE Performance Center, Nash At MCW, WaleMania

- MCW Pro Wrestling continues the "Autumn Armageddon" this weekend featuring Kevin Nash, this Friday, November 11 at the Unique Sports Academy, 109 Post Office RD in Waldorf, MD and Saturday, November 12 at the Frederick Indoor Sports Center, 1845 Brookfield CT in Frederick, MD. Nash will be appearing at meet and greets before both shows at 6pm. Tickets are available at or by calling 888-996-4774, or at the door the day of the show.

- Speaking of Nash, he appeared on the latest episode of The Kevin Gill Show that was released this past Monday, alongside Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. During the interview, Nash revealed that Shawn Michaels is the new head of the WWE Performance Center and moved to Florida for the job.

"Oh yeah, he's [Michaels] moving to Florida with the family and everything. If you thought that NXT was something wait til that son of a b---h gets down there and gives them his magic. There is nobody better than him. Physically nobody better. Psychology nobody better. It's going to be a game changer. I don't know what the hell they are paying him but it's got to be a lot because to get Shawn to do the 9-5.

"His son wants to do graphic design. His daughter wants to be a veterinarian. Sea World is down there. There's a lot of advantages to being in Orlando over Abilene, TX. Nothing against Abilene. I hear there's a lot of good things going on there."

The full episode is below:

- Tickets for WaleMania III, which takes place on on Thursday, March 30th at TIER Nightclub in Orlando during WrestleMania weekend, go on sale Friday, November 11th at 10am ET at and There will be a live MLW Radio podcast featuring many pro wrestling luminaries, who will be announced over the next few months. The evening will also feature a live performance by Grammy nominated artist Wale, a meet and greet with a special guest for platinum ticket holders, a Vegas style after party and more.

Phil Stamper contributed to this article.


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