WWE Spoilers: Kevin Nash Released from the WWE?

After being “fired” by WWE COO Triple H on Monday’s RAW SuperShow, WWE.com is reporting that the WWE has “come to terms on the release of WWE Superstar Kevin Nash as of Monday, Sept. 5, 2011.” Naturally, there is a lot of skepticism over this release given Nash’s involvement in the CM Punk/Triple H angle. Even more so given that the match between Punk and Triple H at Night of Champions now has no disqualifications and, if Triple H loses, he will resign as the Chief Operating Officer of the WWE.

In reality, Kevin Nash is under a Legends contract with the WWE and the only backstage issues that Nash has had since his return to the company has been his trying to avoid dying his hair black for the current angle and not passing a doctor’s exam that would clear him to compete in the ring. Expect this “release” to be a part of the Punk/Triple H angle with Nash likely getting involved at Night of Champions.

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