WWE RAW Results (10/24) – HHH Calls Out Nash, Alberto’s Next Challenger, Cena Picks Survivor Series Teammate

Bill Pritchard

HHH comes out to the ring and says this is a tough business, but he learned early on that you can make friends or make money. He was lucky because he got to do both, but somewhere along the lines money became more important. He thought Nash was a life long friend, but money and power changed him, and he tried to break his neck last night at Vengeance. HHH is not worried about his health or well being, because as corny as it sounds, Kevin Nash broke his heart and he is going to take it out on him. He says he knows Nash is in the building, and he doesn't want to discuss it with him, so he tells Nash to come out and be a man so he can kick his ass.

John Laurinaitis comes out and says Nash isn't there and HHH tells him to shut up and stay away from the ring, or he will get his ass kicked too. John continues to try and reason with him but HHH says he needs to shut his mouth and tells him to go look for Nash and get him out there. He says he doesn't care where he finds him, but he better offer Nash a contract because HHH will go to jail for what he does to him. He says what happens will embarrass the company then he tells John to offer him the biggest contract he can so Nash won't say no. HHH leaves and John tells him to be reasonable, then he gets blindsided by Nash with a sledgehammer and John tells him to get out there. 

Nash goes to leave and threatens the referees with the sledgehammer, then leaves through the curtain and they show him walking through the halls. HHH is shown being assisted out by trainers and he is loaded on to a gurney near an ambulance. Nash stops them then pulls HHH up as he is still strapped to the backboard and props him near some boxes. He slaps him in the face to wake him up, then hits him in the head with the hammer again and leaves as HHH falls to the ground and John Laurinaitis runs over and says he is sorry.

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