First, Chris Jericho tweeted in defense of his fallen comrades and the sport in general.
Here are The Hot Rod's and Chavo Classic's comments.
The only Big Guy I knew of in the biz was named Andre! All the rest of us are little guys.— Rowdy Roddy Piper (@R_Roddy_Piper) August 8, 2012
I love all the real deal boys in biz. Fact, I'm one of the smallest. Fact I out drew almost everyone. Fact,Without ALL the boys, I'm nothing— Rowdy Roddy Piper (@R_Roddy_Piper) August 8, 2012
big sexy,excuse me, went to hollywood and his so called bigness and bs did not even get him in roleclose to wt he says nt even a stand in— Chavo Guerrero, Sr. (@ChavoClassic) August 8, 2012
i wld hv love to see nash challenge EDDIE my brother wld have broke everfy bone in his pale awkwarrd body— Chavo Guerrero, Sr. (@ChavoClassic) August 8, 2012
nash was on the coat tails of hogan, not that hogan cld work but he cld sure sell tickets— Chavo Guerrero, Sr. (@ChavoClassic) August 8, 2012
Ultimately, Nash's attempt at grabbing a headline may have resulted in a loss of respect from his peers.
Overall, Nash had a solid career and up to this point, his legacy was pretty intact. Granted, he didn't fair too well as WWE champion, but his WCW years can barely be contested. I personally could care less about "Big Sexy"—he seems a bit too cocky for a guy that's holding on to the past.
Sadly, it appears he is content trying to get back in the ring, all the while pretending that he doesn't care about the business that made him. In the end, Nash left a huge mark in wrestling history and will go down as not only a founding nWo member, but being one of the forefathers of the Attitude Era.
Hopefully, he can step back, take a look at his peers and apologize to them. As for us fans, he owes us nothing, as he has already given us his hard work, time and memories of an era that has since past.