She wanted to test me a bit and she dared me to get a tattoo and I don't think she thought I would go through with it.
But we got matching LFR tattoos within a week of knowing each other.
Nash joined TNA in 2004 and had a seven-year run with the company, so he's very familiar with the current WWE superstars who formerly worked for TNA.
Stuff like that becomes very difficult when you become an independent star." Doing MMA training for a possible run in the sport: "I mean if you look at my background and how popular combat sports are now, then it is one hell of an opportunity but also one hell of a risk which could be an even greater reward.
I have been training for months now getting into shape but it's been ten years since I competed at amateur wrestling levels. I like what Bellator are doing right now and the roster is filling up and its not just top heavy, the guys in the middle of the rankings are very competitive and dangerous.
But as of now, everything has been exactly what I had expected.
A majority of the fans are glad to see me and I have been getting good receptions which I am happy with and it hasn't deflated my ego.
"The hospitality I have received from every single roster I have been a part of has been amazing.
This is a brand new side of things that I am learning and I am having to learn on my feet and it's awesome.
My good friend Josh Rafferty has done MMA and pro-wrestling so we are always talking about it." A clothing line he and his wife are working on: "For my wife and I it was almost like a silver lining.
We had an idea for starting a clothing line years and years ago, but we just never had the time to actually start our own business until now.
In March, several photos and videos of hers were posted online.
This became a huge story, in part because another wrestler, The New Day’s Xavier Woods, was featured in one of the videos.
"It doesn't feel like their skits are written by anybody," Nash said.