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If this really was Triple H's idea, then two thumbs up are deserving.
Seriously, how many of you had Kevin Nash returning to make an impact (no pun intended) at tonight's event? There used to be a time that we would watch and not know what was going to happen each week. I hope those days are coming back. Somehow, in my internet reading this week, I didn't see anything about Kevin Nash playing a part, a major one at that, on the show tonight. Before that, the return of Edge gave the Smackdown main event a boost, but also did a good job at keeping Edge away without taking the spotlight away from Orton and Christian.
Vince McMahon is still very much in control, but if this was Triple H's idea, it was brilliant. Having a controversial ending to the match, then having one of the biggest names in wrestling history return and wipe out the winner of the match was fantastic booking. Nash looks to be in a position where he could influence a few storylines, but there is no need for him to return to full time wrestling.
Most of us probably thought that the ppv was over as Cena and HHH were arguing, but we were treated to a nice surprise with Nash, and then a whole new surprise as Alberto Del Rio came out and took advantage of Punk. What started as a main event with the two biggest names in the WWE now has expanded to include Kevin Nash and Albert Del Rio. If this is what is in store for our television viewing, then fans have many reasons to be excited again.