Kevin Nash and Christian to Go Through the Revolving Door Between WWE and TNA
Kevin Nash's contract is up in October and with Nash revealing to friends that he wants to wrestle for WWE before he retires it seems as now is the time he's going to jump ship.
It's no secret that Nash is good friends with Shawn Michaels and Triple H and that he has always been on very good terms with Vince McMahon. He is also a confidant of many in both TNA and WWE and is genuinely regarded as one of the nicest guys in the locker room and has provided a shoulder and sage advice for many during his career.
To prove what good terms Nash is currently on with WWE management he was invited backstage to the Wrestlemania party last year when all of the WWE roster had been warned against fraternising with their counterparts in TNA.
What Nash's role in WWE could be is up in the air. As injuries have reduced his in ring time dramatically over the last few years. Physically he is only able to wrestle maybe two to three times a month so having a regular place on the roster would not seem to be his destination.
He is regarded as one of the best speakers in the game so he could perhaps be teamed with a young wrestler as a manager or he could return as Shawn Michael's bodyguard once again.
Wise betting would have him return to WWE as a colour commentator, as his mic skills and wrestling knowledge know no bounds.
In another related move Christian moving to WWE is beginning to gather momentum as well. TNA announced a tour of the British Isles recently and Christian was neither mentioned nor was his likeness used on the poster.
In recent times Christian has grown unhappy with moving down the card at TNA. And he feels he should be main eventing with the lkes of Angle, Styles and Samoa Joe.
Should he return to WWE there are rivals already lined up for him namely Edge, The Hardy Boyz and Jericho. If he was to return WWE would be gaining one of the best bump takers in the business, but WWE is already stacked at Main Event level even with their current injury crisis, so it remains in TNA and Christian's hands as to what to do next.
With TNA and WWE exchanging talent at a fast pace recently rumours will continue where both of theses two stars are concerned.
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