Source: The U.K. Sun
Kevin Nash spoke to the U.K. Sun last week. During the interview, Nash discussed this Sunday's Triple H - Undertaker "Hell In A Cell" match, which Nash admitted would be hard to top their "epic" match from last year. Nash also gave his opinion as to whether this Sunday will be the last match for either Triple H or The Undertaker.
"I know that Mark's [Calaway, aka Undertaker] beat up, like we all are," said Nash. "I know Paul's [Levesque, aka Triple H] beat up. His job is behind the scenes and in the office. When he does wrestle it's an added thing. It's added responsibility and I think that puts a ton of pressure on him, because he is so involved in so many day-to-day decisions that are made within the WWE.
"For something like WrestleMania it's easy for either one of those guys, the calibre of performer that they are, to be able to put one out of their hat. Mark hasn't worked since last Mania, so I think he's just a WrestleMania-type guy... But if it is 'one and done', he's through after this WrestleMania and he was to get beaten, then I'm sure he'd be inducted into the Hall of Fame and you go from there. But I personally don't think it will be the last time we see either one of those guys."
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