Tristen Nash, the son of WWE Legend Kevin Nash, has tragically passed away. He wasn’t even 26. Tristen passed away at this frail state, although the reason for his demise is still unknown. The heartbreaking news was shared on social media by the Nash family.
Along with Sean Oliver, Tristen had recently begun working on a podcast called Kliq with his father, the WWE Hall of Famer. His family reportedly requested privacy at the time because they were in such great mourning. To learn more about the tragic news, keep reading.
At Age 26, Tristen Nash Passes Away
Through Sean Ross Sapp, Kevin Nash and his wife have released a statement on Twitter. “Unfortunately, I must announce that Kevin and Tamara Nash’s son Tristen Nash has tragically passed away at the age of 26,” the post states.
Tristen began working on Kevin’s new show only lately, and the two took pleasure in their time together. Please respect the Nash family’s need for privacy at this time, they ask. The sentence continues.
WWE Stars Express Sympathy
WWE stars sent their sympathies to Tristen’s family as soon as word of his passing spread. Ryback, a professional wrestler, wrote: “Sending Kevin Nash and family all the love in the world. I apologize.
Wrestling instructor Donny Cage tweeted, “Thoughts are with Kevin Nash and his family. No father ought to be forced to bury their child. Heartbreaking.” “My heart is in a million pieces thinking about what one of my greatest friends in life is going through,” wrote wrestler Sean Waltman, aka X-Pac, in a blog post. I will always love you, Kevin.
“Sad news. I send my sympathies to the Nash family. Bill Pritchard stated, “Kevin always spoke so highly of him, and Jessi Devin added, “Oh dear God. incredibly tragic pray for them both. I’m unable to fathom losing a child. For them, my heart is utterly broken. This is tragic, in response to Kiley Fuller. Love to the family and everyone else who is grieving this loss.
This year, Kevin Nash also lost his best friend.
Kevin Hash has had a difficult year because in March he also lost his best friend, professional wrestler Scott Hall. Hall suffered a hip injury from a fall and was subsequently brought to the hospital. Three attacks were brought on by a blood clot following hip replacement surgery, and the wrestler was removed from life support in mid-March.
On his podcast in July, Kevin explained how he learned of his friend’s passing: “I got a call on Sunday saying Scott had three heart attacks and it didn’t seem good. I attempted to book a trip to Atlanta but was unable, so I returned to Daytona Beach where I was unable to get a flight out.
“At that time, they declared that they would turn off Scott’s life support, and the doctor predicted that Scott would survive for only a few minutes at most. The Kliq men all jumped on speakerphone and we all spoke to him before they cut the power. All we did was cry, that’s about it. Scott was still alive seven hours later (but later passed afterward),” he continued.