Source: The U.K. Sun

The U.K. Sun has an interview with Kevin Nash. Here are some highlights:

On wanting to work with C.M. Punk: "I'd still like to do something with CM Punk in the future. I think we've got a chapter that's still open. Originally it was going to be me and Punk, but it turned out to be me and Hunter.

"I knew that I wasn't allowed to go off the script in those promos. I think he had a little more leeway than I did. I came in as a heel. I didn't ask the people to look at me in any way as a tweener. My job was to come in and be a heel. I think I did my job well. I didn't look for any kind of admiration from the fans. My job wasn't to be funny, it was to be a nemesis, and that's what I did."

A return to TNA: "I'm not saying I wouldn't go back. It's only 50 miles from my house! If they had something for me and they needed me, I might go back and do it. Right now I'm starting to get bored!"

His future in the ring: "I'm a realist. I know my days are numbered in this business, but I think I'll always be a part of it. There's nothing that defines me more than professional wrestling. I still love it."

Much more is contained in the interview, including Nash's thoughts on Shawn Michaels refereeing the Triple H - Undertaker match at WrestleMania, you can check it out by clicking here.

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