Kevin Nash believes that WWE made the wrong decision in 2015.
At WrestleMania 30, one of the most shocking results in wrestling history occurred when Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker to end The Deadman’s undefeated streak at 21-1. With fans unsure as to what the future held for Taker following the loss in New Orleans, the Hall of Famer would make his Mania return one year later against Bray Wyatt.
The Undertaker would not repeat the result of WrestleMania 30 and defeated Bray Wyatt. The result was criticised by some who felt that Wyatt’s momentum had been halted once again as a similar situation took place for Wyatt in his WrestleMania match against John Cena.
Kevin Nash was asked what he thought of the result of Taker vs. Wyatt while appearing on an episode of Kliq This. Nash stated that the wrong person won at WrestleMania 31:
“He was on a different plane … they were so different,” he said. “It was a believable gimmick and the thing was, and I will say it to the day I die –- if you weren’t gonna put over Bray at WrestleMania against The Undertaker … I was at that show and it was time. He was the chosen one and it would have put him over the top and he didn’t win. I think his push kind of took a s**t. You could have raised the stock in Bray.”
What Was Kevin Nash’s Role At WrestleMania 31?
While the former World Champion did not have a match at the event, he did make a cameo appearance in one of the most high-profile matches on the show. During the match between Triple H and Sting, D-Generation X would come to ringside to provide assistance to The Game. With The Icon needing backup, the music of the nWo would ring out through the stadium, where Nash, Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan walked to the ring to neutralise the interference.
H/t to Wrestling Inc.