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Kevin Nash: “WWE put me out of my misery”

  • Birthdate:
    07/09/1959 (age 55)
  • Height:
    6’10″
  • Weight:
    315 Ib

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WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash said on Twitter during Monday’s episode of RAW that he would like to have his retirement match held in a WWE ring.

Nash, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year, said that he would like to do a build up on the WWE Network, leading up to the match itself.

Imagine those 24/7 programs HBO does for boxing. Nash finished off the tweet by saying to WWE,”put him out of his misery.”

Check out his tweet down below:

Would love to do a real retirement match. With a build up on the Network training, like a 24/7 HBO deal. WWE put me out of my misery
Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) May 26, 2015

Nash last appeared at WrestleMania 31 and is fifty-five years old.

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Stardust To A Feud With An Actor? – Details Inside

As seen on RAW, Stardust was trash talking with actor Stephen Amell, who was at ringside for the show. Stardust then called out Amell during a RAW fallout video. For a while now, Amell has been pushing for WWE to get him involved in the show, so they maybe doing an angle.

Here’s the video of Stardust calling him out:

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Down below is Stephen Amell’s tweets:

You tread carefully @StardustWWE — Or I’ll be back. pic.twitter.com/wuZ56wIIKu
— Stephen Amell (@amellywood) May 26, 2015

Amell plays the role of Oliver Queen on the CW series “Arrow.”

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Fight Owens Fight: Kevin Owens, WWE’s Next Great Heel

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    08/22/1986 (age 28)
  • Height:
    5’10
  • Weight:
    194 Ib

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We are currently witnessing a new era in the WWE, which is something that very well may save the show and its followers. Triple H’s little baby has begun to spread its wings and has injected a new life into a stale show. The idea of NXT has evolved into a brilliant science to develop wrestling stars with the inclusion of some past and familiar faces. I am honestly tired of people treating NXT as a different brand or its own separate entity. It’s all a part of the WWE and will continue to build into the foundation of its future.

One of its brightest stars, WWE NXT Champion Kevin Owens, has made a huge impact since he arrived in on the scene. In 2011, there had been stories circulating around the internet world about a wrestler named Kevin Steen from the Ring of Honor organization who was cutting some of the best promos in wrestling and was gaining a huge following as an anti-authority figure. While watching Steen’s character grow inside of ROH, the average wrestling fan knew it was only a matter of time before his opportunity would present itself within the WWE. Kevin Steen became Kevin Owens when he made his WWE debut at NXT TakeOver: R Evolution, which was arguably the most electrifying show of 2014.

There were still many questions that surrounded the up and coming superstar that needed to be answered. How would his style fit into the ring? Would he continue to own the gimmick of standing up to authority or would his whole makeup be changed? Who would he rival on the main roster? Some of these questions were answered when he debuted on Monday Night Raw during John Cena’s US Title Open Challenge and ended up delivering a pop-up powerbomb to the WWE’s most heralded player. Not since The Shield debuted by tossing Ryback through the announce table at Hell in a Cell 2013 has someone made this kind of impact. Standing face-to-face with the promotion’s biggest star before laying Cena out and stomping on his United States Championship says that WWE sees big things in Owens’ future.

Also read: Who Has The Brightest Star In NXT?

There has been plenty of speculation around the industry that Owens has major supporters in big positions within the WWE. While he may not look like the prototypical athlete, he has everything the company wants in a top guy, and perhaps most importantly, it appears that he has the backing of Triple H. There have been whispers that Owens, Zayn, Neville, Finn Balor, and Hideo Itami all represent Triple H’s master blueprint that he looks to carry the WWE for many years to come.

This brings us to The Elimination Chamber PPV, which is basically another effort for the WWE to gain more subscribers to its network. As much as I was excited to see the chamber come back, the lackluster effort of how it was put together left me wondering how interesting it really would be. R-Truth, why? It almost has the same enthusiasm as the skimmed down version of the King of the Ring. These are 2 prestigious PPV’s that have been gutted and renewed for reason still unknown. Obviously, this is just my opinion. Anyone else agree?

This is why Owens was catapulted to the main show instead of waiting until SummerSlam as originally thought. The idea is that Owens is helping to build NXT while working with Cena, but he is also bringing a lifeline to a show that is desperately seeking a new direction. We already know he will be working with Samoa Joe after the PPV. The question is, Will he drop the title to Joe, or any other NXT superstar for that matter, as a way to establish his permanent role within the main roster? The question is not if, it’s when and who.

Owens could very well be the company’s next megastar. He’s everything that wrestling fans love. He’s a burly guy who can do things that cruiserweights can do. On top of that, he can arguably cut the best promo in wrestling at the moment (aside from Paul Heyman of course). I am sure he will have his haters, but Owens can do it all. We’re currently in the midst of a new era in WWE, and it’s one that we have been waiting to see for a long time. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Kevin Owens!

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Kevin Owens Appears On RAW With New Wrestling Gear + More News

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    05/07/1984 (age 31)
  • Height:
    6’0″
  • Weight:
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- Kevin Owens had some new gear on when he showed up during last night’s episode of WWE RAW. Owens had new shorts that were black and white with the word, “fight,” on them as well as a new black and white t-shirt. You can see his new shirt down below that is listed on WWE Shop.com:

- Also, WWE was offering a commemorative t-shirt at last night’s show at the Nassau Coliseum:

Cool commemorative shirt for sale at @WWE #RAW tonight from @Nassau_Coliseum. End of an era… pic.twitter.com/0m3EW67vxb
— Kyle Edwards (@KyleEdwardsWWE) May 25, 2015

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More Details On The Upcoming DVD Release On The Undertaker

WrestlingDVDNews.com reports that the new Undertaker DVD that is scheduled to be released soon will not be a new release, but rather a re-release and extended version of the 2012 “Undertaker: The Streak – 20-0″ DVD and Blu-ray set.

The upcoming DVD release will be having all of Taker’s matches at WrestleMania from years past and the final match including his loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30 that saw the streak being broken.

Also read: The Official Synopsis For The Upcoming Book On The Undertaker Released

The upcoming DVD release will be titled, “Undertaker: The Streak – 21-1 (RIP Edition).” There’s no release date for the DVD as of this writing.

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Dean Ambrose On Facing Seth Rollins This Sunday + Zack Ryder Note

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    12/07/1985 (age 29)
  • Height:
    6’4
  • Weight:
    225 Ib

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- Dean Ambrose discusses his arrest tonight on Raw and the road to the Elimination Chamber for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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- Stardust is confident that he and TV’s “Arrow,” Stephen Amell, will cross paths again.

Also read: ​VIDEO: The Shield Appears On FOX News Earlier Today

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- Despite losing to John Cena in the U.S. Open Challenge, Zack Ryder is pumped for the opportunity to perform in his home town and hang with the cast of Entourage.

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Video Highlights From Last Night’s WWE Raw Broadcast

In case you missed last night’s edition of WWE Raw, then you can check out highlights from the show:

Also read: Video Highlights From Last Night’s WWE Raw Broadcast

- The Lunatic Fringe doesn’t have his WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match with Seth Rollins quite yet.

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[In-Car Tech] U.S. headlights short on safety, AAA says

Nissan Titan PRO-4X headlights

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If you live where streetlights don’t, you already know what AAA says its studies reveal: Headlights in the U.S. are woefully inadequate.

A press release from AAA said rural roads, which account for approximately 40% of miles driven by Americans daily, typically lack any sort of overhead lighting. That’s not news to those of us who live in the sticks. The news in this press release comes from this: Even if you’ve got the latest-and-greatest LED headlights

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