– Kevin Nash is still battling the elbow infection that hospitalized him in January. He continues to wear the suction machine on his elbow to help the healing process, according to his manager Bill Behrens. Nash hasn’t yet received medical clearance, but is targeting April for his return to the ring.
– Mick Foley recently spoke to the Edmonton Sun about several topics including retirement and Vince McMahon. On his retirement, Foley said: “I already did that in 2000. I went for a year without a match when the average retirement time for wrestlers is about six weeks. I won’t make a retirement announcement. I’ll never say never again.”
On the subject of Vince McMahon, Foley stated that they once had a really good relationship, but things soured due to business. “After I almost made the move to TNA in 2005, our relationship was never the same,” he says. “It was to the point where I didn’t even feel comfortable going into his office and eating his food while he was in a producers’ meeting.”
“Making the phone call to tell him [I was leaving] was very difficult,” Foley continued. “Within a day, on Vince’s orders I’m sure, I was pulled from the Legends of WrestleMania game.”