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Match for Today’s WWE NXT, Kevin Nash Comments on Scott Hall’s Troubles, More

– Linda McMahon will participate in Connecticut’s first US Senate Republican candidate debate on April 19th. Linda will be joined by opponents Chris Shays, Brian Hill, Kie Westby and Peter Lumaj.

– Goldust turns 46 years old today while ECW Original Balls Mahoney turns 40 and WWE Hall of Famer Harley Race turns 69.

– Kevin Nash wrote the following last night on Twitter about Scott Hall’s troubles:

“The only person at this point that can help Scott is Scott.Those of you that think otherwise are lost to what addiction is.”

– We still don’t have WWE NXT and Superstars tapings from Hampton, Virginia last night. We do know that Tyson Kidd vs. Michael McGillicutty takes place on NXT tonight.

  • rko

    Big Daddy Cool is right on the money. Scott is responsible for Scott. It’s his move.

  • Moo

    C’mon cakes, how can you compare a drug addict to a guy that killed his family. It’s never too late, my father was an alcoholic for 30 years then got sober for good in his 50’s.

  • balls balls balls

  • Cakes

    At the end of the day, you’re either part of the problem or part of the solution. And in the case of Scott Hall, it’s literally impossible now to feel bad or any sort of symphathy for this guy any more. He has had chance after chance to redeem himself and he has failed. On his espn special, you could just see it in his sons’ eyes how heart broken he was that his dad just can’t help himself. And Im not being mean or hurtful by saying this because this has been Scott Hall’s problem for YEARS and he has been to rehab how many times? And still can’t get right? He needs to be sent to prison and learn the hard way because it seems like no one is getting in his face and telling him that he’s a fuck up and needs to realize that. And the hard reality in this situation, although it is also sad, is that Hall does not deserve any recognition or praise from the WWE once he passes because, like benoit, his personal life and problems completely overshadow his accomplishments and career