Why There Was No Follow-Up To Kevin Nash/Triple H on This Week's WWE Television & Uncertainty Regarding Their Forthcoming Pay-Per-View Main Event

Shares 368

For those wondering why there was no follow-up to the Kevin Nash and Triple H program on this week's WWE television, I'm told Hunter is really banged up. While the storyline is he has a "fractured vertebrae" and will be "out at least six weeks," he is suffering from a legitimate neck injury as a result of a spot with Kevin Nash.

Sources close to Triple H also tell me his knees are in "really bad" shape. Hunter thought some rest would make him feel better but so far he's still hurting.

While next Monday would fulfill the "six weeks" timetable of the storyline WWE injury, the proposed match between Hunter and Nash at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs is in limbo. The match was originally scheduled for Survivor Series, bumped to this month and could be bumped to Royal Rumble. Given the uncertainty of Triple H's status, it could be even longer than that. I'm told Hunter will eventually need surgery on his knees but has no plans to go under the knife right now.

Meanwhile, Kevin Nash is overseas with the Raw roster in Japan. He tagged with WWE United States Champion Dolph Ziggler against Big Show & Zack Ryder at today's show in Yokohama.

  • Hitman310

    Triple H should just call it a career, he has nothing else to prove in the wrestling business.

  • Jaryd

    If I was Triple H I'd finish the programme with Nash and then retire, he's got nothing left to prove in the ring.

  • Patrick_Peralta

    I agree he should finish his feud with Nash if his knees are in that bad shape and he needs surgery. then do it and call it a career he has nothing left to prove.

    I know how bad knee problems can be, I have my own knee problem I'm dealing with and I'm not a wrestler nor am I as active as HHH is.

  • christopher525

    Sooo, umm, if his knees are bad why didn't he get them worked on during his time off?

  • @RatedMKD

    I'd like to see him finish up his career by putting over an up-and-comer, but his general well-being is the most important thing here. If Nash winds up being his last adversary, so be it. At least it'll almost be like his career coming full-circle.