The latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has provided an update on WWE’s suspension of Kevin Nash’s contract. As previously reported, the company indefinitely suspended Nash’s “Legend’s” deal, which he signed with them in 2011, due to the nature of the domestic violence case being held against him as a result of the pre-Christmas fight that Nash had with his son on Dec. 23.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it is WWE policy to suspend any talent that has a domestic abuse charge pending. Should the case against Nash be resolved, his contract will again be active and he may appear for the company yet again.
As previously reported, Nash was originally scheduled to appear with Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels, and Hulk Hogan during the Jan. 19 edition of “Monday Night Raw,” which is being deemed a “RAW Reunion.” However, Nash has since been pulled from the event. According to the report, the company was planning on running a segment which would feature the reunion of the original nWo.
I hope all of this gets situated. These kinds of cases are always messy and usually don’t end well. Thoughts and continued prayers to Nash and his family during what has been a dark holiday season for them.