To follow-up on an earlier report by Jason Powell of ProWrestling.net, WZ can now confirm that there was indeed a miscue incident that took place at the last set of TNA Impact tapings involving Kevin Nash's run-in during the Samoa Joe vs. Mr. Anderson bout.
WrestleZone was told by sources close to the situation that following the taping, after Nash had left the building, the finger pointing began and several people backstage placed the blame on Nash for missing his interference cue. One source told WZ that those people believed it was a case of "Nash being Nash," and that he was acting up because his contract was set to expire. On the other hand, however, a source speaking in defense of Nash said that Samoa Joe and Mr. Anderson were actually early in hitting Nash's cue spot.
When news of this finger pointing got back to Nash, he apparently told people close to him that this was the reason why he later became so upset.
There have been rumors circulating that Nash's recent Twitter rant was the result of his frustration with TNA's money offer during contract re-negotiations, but at the time of the Twitter posts Nash had been telling people close to him that no money offer had been made to him by TNA, and that formal contract negotiations had yet to begin.
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