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Kevin Nash Talks How Vince Wanted Him to Fight Mike Tyson

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WWE Hall of Famer and former WWE and WCW World Champion Kevin Nash recently spoke with Sports Illustrated and talked about how WWE Chairman Vince McMahon wanted Nash to have a boxing match against the legendary “Iron” Mike Tyson for charity back in the 1990’s:

They brought me up to WWE Headquarters, which was called Titan Tower at the time, and Vince went into this elaborate idea of me fighting Mike Tyson in Central Park,” said Nash.

He continued, “I asked him, ‘How much am I going to get paid?’ Vince said it was for charity, and I said, ‘F—. I ain’t fighting Mike Tyson and getting knocked the f— out for charity.’ Then he told me, ‘By the way, you’re going to drop the strap to Bret at Survivor Series because we’re going to put it on Shawn at WrestleMania.”

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