Late last night, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash took to Twitter to say he wants a "real" retirement match:
Would love to do a real retirement match. With a build up on the Network training, like a 24/7 HBO deal. WWE put me out of my misery— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) May 26, 2015
Then, today, he claimed he was being sarcastic:
I guess my sarcasm was missed. Thought the "put me out of my misery " was enough.— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) May 26, 2015
Nash's last match in WWE was technically as an entrant in the 2014 Royal Rumble, though he was in for all of 36 seconds before Roman Reigns dumped him. His last singles match was in 2011 at the TLC pay-per-view where he lost to Triple H in a Sledgehammer Ladder match.
Sarcasm or not, it's actually not the worst idea. Have him appear on a couple episodes of Raw, sure, but make it almost completely exclusive to the WWE Network, including the match itself, and perhaps they could be onto something here.
Would you be interested?