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The latest episode of The Kevin Gill Show was released this past Monday. New episodes with new interviews will be coming out every Monday going forward. This week’s episode featured The Wolfpac (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Sean Waltman). Some of their comments about Shawn Michaels taking over the WWE Performance Center have been transcribed below. You can also find some comments from Kevin regarding WWE’s new show 205 Live.

On Shawn Michaels joining the WWE Performance Center:

Nash: How many people, including the two guys to my left, know that the new Head of the WWE Performance Center is Shawn Michaels?

Hall: Oh yeah, I knew that.

Waltman: Is he actually moving to Florida? I can’t believe that.

Nash: Oh yeah, he’s moving to Florida with the family and everything. If you thought that NXT was something wait til that son of a b**** 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…

Waltman: Whatever it is is a bargain.

Nash: 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.

Gill: I don’t think Full Sail has opened a branch out there.

Nash: Graphic design is something you have at Full Sail. “Go with Dad to work.”

On the upcoming WWE Network show 205 Live:

KG: Obviously it’s great to have a singles match and a six, eight or a ten man every week on RAW. Ultimately you need more time. Mic time and all of these things to develop. To give all these new WWE signees and in some cases it’s people that are not signed to WWE. To me it’s a really amazing and ground breaking opportunity. As a wrestling commentator myself to know that you have the show in the capable hands of Corey Graves and Mauro Ranallo that’s just amazing to me. The two best commentators calling some of the illest type matches that you can get. Featuring all new ground breaking talent. I’m immediately just wondering what the storyline is going to be. How’s it all going to come together? In a positive way. Like, “This is something I’m totally geeked about.”

On 205 Live airing immediately after WWE Smackdown and bumping Talking Smack back an hour:

KG: The idea of a post-WWE show… think of how many people are making a living right now broadcasting and other places where a big chunk of their audience comes from them just talking about what happened on RAW or Smackdown. It’s way better and way smarter for WWE to control that messaging and to have their own show. I imagine they don’t take any of these decisions lightly but they’re probably just thinking, “Man, we get that audience to stay on after Smackdown to watch the new show.” It’s weird, The Talking Dead isn’t on two hours after The Walking Dead. It’s on right after. You know what I mean? It’s the post-show.

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