Kevin Nash wouldn't mind one more run in the WWE

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WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash has said in a recent interview that he would like to have one more run in the WWE.

The last time we saw Nash was at WrestleMania 31 when he came to the aid of Sting with Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall as part of the NWO during his match against Triple H. The Game won this match despite the interference, but it was a great WrestleMania moment.

Just over six months on from that moment, Big Daddy Cool has said he would enjoy one more run in the WWE, despite being 56-years old.


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According to Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard, via Wrestling News, he said: “I have one more run. I’m started to get things fixed. I’m getting my shoulder fixed, I’m getting my neck fixed. I miss it, so never say never.”

In an ideal situation, it would be nice to see Nash back in the WWE ring for one more run, but this isn't the ideal situation. 

While it is awesome to have legends in the ring, it can also be damaging to the WWE's future. The spot that the legend takes up is one that could have been taken by an upcoming superstar on the roster. 

Nash was great during his time in the WWE, but his time is over. It's time to give someone else the opportunity on the center stage.

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