The WWE career of Kevin Nash could be coming to an end if a recent tweet from the veteran wrestler is to be believed.
Nash, who returned to the WWE in 2011, was suspended by the company in late December following an altercation with his son on Christmas Eve.
Since his arrest on battery charges the 55-year-old has not been seen in the WWE and it looks like his time might be up after he took to social media to update fans on the current situation.
Far from being a positive message for the WWE Universe Nash summed up his future with the following tweet.
While referencing "WWE programming" could mean Kevin Nash may return to take part in the WWE's various live events that are not broadcasted on TV the tone of the message seems to suggest that the veteran is coming to terms with what may well be the end of his pro career.
Nash is a one-time WWF Heavyweight Champion and has amassed over 20 wrestling titles in time spent across the major wrestling promotions - from TNA and WCW to the modern day WWE.
Nash is alleged to have been involved in a "domestic incident" with his son, who was also charged on battery, in the early hours of Christmas Day morning.
A previous tweet on his official account in the aftermath of the incident shows his feelings at the time.
Having been originally been set to appear on the upcoming January 19th RAW reunion show Nash was quickly pulled by the WWE in the aftermath of the altercation and has in fact been away from the ring altogether.
Triple H is believed to have handed out the suspension which is in line with WWE's new policy of handling run ins with the law.
The statement released by the WWE at the time stated that Nash's involvement would be suspended until the "domestic dispute is resolved." At present that has not occurred and even if it is all sorted out in the near future that by no means means a quick return for Nash.