The man who whacked Nancy Kerrigan on the leg is speaking on camera for the first time in two decades about the attack. "There was initial talk of cutting her Achilles tendon, which obviously would cripple her," said Shane Stant. "I didn't think it was necessary." He is sharing his side of the story with Inside Edition 24 years after he injured the beloved Olympic figure skater. The controversy has been thrust back into the national spotlight because of the acclaimed movie 'I, Tonya'.