Scott Hall Recently Produced NXT Superstar’s In-Ring Debut, Held ‘Big Man Summit’ at Performance Center
Scott Hall recently had the opportunity to spend 9 days in Orlando, Florida working at the WWE Performance Center, having a direct influence on some of the company’s biggest up-and-coming Superstars in the making.
The Hall of Famer appeared on this week’s X-Pac 12360 podcast alongside fellow Kliq member Sean Waltman, and revealed that he was brought in to help coach some of NXT’s emerging “big guys”. He was actually able to produce the monstrous Jordan Omogbehin’s in-ring debut.
H/t to WrestlingInc.com for the transcription.
“I was in Orlando for about 8 or 9 days ’cause I went in early and I spoke to Triple H in the past about who’s training the big guys. So we had a mini big guy summit, I got to watch films with the bigger guys, have one-on-ones with some of them, get in the ring and talk about their different move sets, and what they got and stuff. And I saw this new kid they have down there, Jordan [Omogbehin]: big kid, about 7’4, about 440 [lbs], just a monster. And I was there for his debut match, I got to produce it”
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“”It’s just that connection. You know how it is when you connect with a guy and when he doesn’t know anything and you teach him something? And then you have a relationship with that person for the rest of your career. Even if you never have lunch together, you never travel together, but you can point across the locker room and go, ‘I’ll work with them.’ I mean, we all realized years ago it’s not show friends, it’s show business. We all don’t have to get along but we can do business together.”
Hall recently appeared on WWE television for the Raw Reunion special, joining members of The Kliq and Degeneration-X in saving AJ Styles from an all-out attack from AJ Styles and The O.C.