Kevin Nash discusses his last match against Triple H

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Kevin Nash returned to WWE after a lengthy spell in TNA in 2011. In the same year, he was involved in an epic feud with the Game Triple H which led to a Sledgehammer Ladder Match between the two superstars at TLC 2011.

The Game emerged as the winner in the bout after he hit Nash with a sledgehammer. Speaking on a recent episode of his recent Kliq This podcast, Nash revealed that he got to only talk for eight minutes with Triple H before the show started.

“I’ve got 17 knee operations, and he’s running the show, and I get to talk to him for about eight minutes in the ring before the doors open. That was my last match. Everybody else gets to have a last match; that was mine. F**k me,” Kevin Nash asserted.

When asked about implementing the sledgehammer which was suspended above the ring, Kevin Nash explained that he dis did not want to fall off an 18-foot ladder.

 

Kevin Nash also spoke on Mandy Rose’s WWE Departure

Kevin Nash is the next star to chime in after Former NXT Champion Mandy Rose was released from WWE recently. She lost her NXT title. just 24 hours before to Roxanne Perez. It was reported that she has been posting explicit content on her FanTime page which is a breach of her contract with WWE.

According to reports, Shawn Michaels wanted the title immediately stripped upon hearing the news. Speaking on Kliq This, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash was asked about his thoughts on the release. He explained that he does not agree with Mandy’s content being termed “softcore.”

“So I just don’t see — I read some things about it. They use the term ‘softcore.’ So I mean, there’s stuff on even Instagram that I would consider softcore.”

He further went on to state that Mandy Rose did not do anything illegal or against the law.

“In this case, obviously she’s not making, I don’t think that Mandy would, if she was making seven figures, be doing anything to subsidize her employment and or income as she’s doing right now. Obviously she’s not making enough money… she’s not doing [anything illegal]. It’s not like she’s a prostitute! It’s not like, she’s not doing anything that’s against the law, you know.”

Mandy Rose’s reign as NXT Champion came to an after over 400 days as a result of the release. It would be interesting to find out her next move in the pro wrestling industry.

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