WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash recently criticized the booking of a current WWE talent.
In October of 2020, The Phenomenal AJ Styles introduced to WWE fans the giant that is Omos who stands in at 7 foot 3. The two were succesful as a tag team as they won the Raw Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 37 and eventually dropped the titles to RK-Bro at SummerSlam 2021.
The team eventually imploded and the two went their separate ways, sending the giant on a singles run. Eventually aligning himself with MVP, Omos has had a couple of tag team matches with him and faced off against Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 38.
He started crushing numerous competitors that would be brought in for one time squash matches and he would even take on two at a time to put the giant’s power on display.
WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash doesn’t seem too fond of the idea of having Omos squash one time competitors, and he recently criticized this decision on an episode of Kliq This: The Kevin Nash Podcast.
“Well, I don’t think you put him against two guys on your number one broadcast and don’t even announce who these two guys are. It really doesn’t f**king matter because this match doesn’t f**king matter because we know what the outcome is. I don’t think that helps. They should have never took him away from AJ [Styles]. But they turned AJ baby[face].”
Nash then went on to say that the giant could have learned a thing or two if he would have stuck around with AJ a bit longer. Nash referred back to when he was playing as the bodyguard of Shawn Michaels, stating that he had learned so much.
“That’s where you learn so much, I learned so much being Shawn’s bodyguard. He’s a different animal too man, he’s a legitimate 7’2″ probably. He’s just different. Our philosophy in the car was the only way you can get over is chicks gotta wanna f**k you and guys gotta wanna be you. So if they made him like a, instead of a giant, they made him like his family was incredibly rich and mineral rights. You know, because he’s articulate. You know, like I said he’s out there going like ‘Ahhhhh’. It’s like, I don’t know.”
Omos is currently still aligned with MVP, but hasn’t appeared as much on Raw as he has before. With Triple H now in charge of creative, maybe the giant’s role and character could go for a much needed change.