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Here's another match that will most likely become reality at some point in the future. Since Nash and HHH have been great friends for years, their chemistry in the ring would be nothing short of excellent.
There's still no proof who sent Nash the text and told him to attack Punk at SummerSlam. The most obvious choice would be the current COO. On last weeks Raw, Nash mentioned that the text was from an old friend. He was pretty surprised that HHH said that he knew nothing about the attack and that him and his buddy need to "get on the same page."
Let's not forget it was also HHH who apparently gave Nash the tickets for SummerSlam.
Still, the WWE has been incredibly unpredictable lately, so nothing can be counted out. There just might be someone else pulling the strings in this whole thing, and if that's the case, a showdown between Nash and Trips is almost inevitable.
In my opinion, there is definitely a power struggle coming in the WWE. John Laurinaitis' character is continually taking on a much bigger role in the company, and that little private meeting that he had with Nash last week proved that the Executive VP of Talent Relations has something up his sleeve. Using Nash as his personnel muscle just might be what Laurinaitis needs in order to put a chokehold on the company and those who have recently opposed him.
Lets not also forget the recent return of Stephanie McMahon, but her return is a shrouded in mystery as Nash's is at the moment.
In due time, we'll see where Nash's loyalty lies, and it may mean a potential showdown between him and the COO himself, Triple H.
A match between these two close friends makes tons of sense, and would be a great showdown to see at a big PPV like Survivor Series.
However, these two guys have always been known as some of the dirtiest players in the game, and their close friendship might eventually bring them together, making both men that much more dangerous.
Their Kliq bonds run deep, and with one of their own now in charge, who knows what this means for the future of the WWE.
Which leads me to my next slide...