Kevin Nash Wants (Another) Retirement Match In WWE

It appears Kevin Nash wants to have a retirement match in WWE, with a big buildup and big payoff on a PPV. His last match of course was back at TLC 2011 in a Sledgehammer Ladder match which he lost. He said after the event that it was his last hurrah, but there's an old saying in wrestling- you never really retire, you just go away for a while. It seems Nash might be getting that itch again.

Would love to do a real retirement match. With a build up on the Network training, like a 24/7 HBO deal. WWE put me out of my misery

— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) May 26, 2015

Judging by the way Nash was moving for his run-in with nWo at WrestleMania, I can't imagine many would want to see Nash in another match to carry the load, even if he used his Diesel moniker. The WWE just placed him in the Hall of Fame this year, so it's doubtful he'd get another match at 55, much less with a big buildup and PPV payoff.

Unless Nash is just trolling all of us.

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