Kevin Nash Says ‘Who Killed WCW?’ Will Tell The Real Story, Not The WWE Version

If you have any apprehension to watch the forthcoming Who Killed WCW? series, Kevin Nash wants you to fear not.

VICE TV revealed that Jason Eisener and Evan Husney of Dark Side Of The Ring will once again collaborate with The Rock’s Seven Bucks Productions on an upcoming four-part series detailing the rise and fall of World Championship Wrestling.

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In a statement announcing the series, which will premiere on June 4,  The Rock talked about how WCW as a promotion to rival WWE became a huge inspiration for him personally.

“The rise of WCW, not the fall, inspired me greatly early in my career where I would eventually become, ‘The Final Boss.’”

The trailer featured all sorts of major names set to tell the story of WCW including Eric Bischoff, Diamond Dallas Page, Bret Hart, Goldberg, Vince Russo and Kevin Nash. 

Nash Says We’re Getting the Untold True Story

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Despite all of the big names being involved in “Who Killed WCW,” the project garnered skepticism from some fans. The main critique has been Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson helming the project, since he’s one of the most powerful people in WWE. One fan wrote on social media, “It’s gonna have a huge WWE tilt to it and we already have a docu-series with that, The Monday Night War. So it’s a bit redundant.”

Kevin Nash, one of the key players who helped bring WCW to the top of the wrestling world in the late 1990’s, says fans should buckle up for their uncensored account of what happened, not a version written by the ‘victor’ of the WWE vs. WCW war.

“No we told our story. Not the WWE Victor’s version. This will be the first real take.”

Luckily, there’s only a month to wait before we find out who actually killed World Championship Wrestling.

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