WWE legend Kevin Nash’s Son Tristen Suddenly Dies Tragically At Age 26

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Tristen Nash, the son of Kevin Nash, WWE Hall of Famer of WWE, has suddenly passed away at 26.

Family members released a statement confirming the heartbreaking news that Tristen Nash had died.

“On behalf of Kevin and Tamara Nash, I must, unfortunately, report that their son Tristen Nash tragically died at the age of 26,” reads the statement released by Sean Ross Sapp, a wrestling reporter.

The statement said that Tristen had just started working on Kevin’s podcast, and they enjoyed spending time together. “The Nash family requests that you respect their privacy during this time.”

Tristen Nash’s sudden and unexpected death is still under investigation.

Tristen shared a photo last week of himself with his father, a wrestling legend, on Kevin Nash’s podcast “Kliq This.” The Kliq was a group that included Kevin Nash and Triple H as well as Shawn Michaels and Scott Hall.

 

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Tristen shared an Instagram photo earlier this month about his “beautiful, future wife”.

He posted an Instagram picture of Savanna Kern and him a few days later with the caption: “The most amazing friend I could have.” My lifelong love and my best friend. Savanna, I love you so very much.”

Tristen called Savanna, his fiancee, on Sept. 12.

 

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Tristen was Tamara Nash’s only child.

Fox News reported that Kevin Nash quit WWE in 1996 to take up World Championship Wrestling. This allowed him to have a more flexible schedule and was able to support his family. It also led to the New World Order, which featured Hall and Hulk Hogan.

Kevin Nash shared an April photo of Tristen, his son, with the caption “My reason to live.”

 

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Kevin Nash shared this photo in December 2021 of himself and Tristen Nash at the Phoenix Zoo 2000.

 

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Tristen was a singer/songwriter in The Builders.

Tristen had tattoos on his fingers that expressed his love for his dad and mom.

 

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Sean Oliver, co-host of “Kliq It,” tweeted his reaction to Tristen’s passing.

“This year, I met Tristen, a young man who was a fantastic friend. He was smart, sweet, and savvy. Oliver shared his thoughts on Twitter that he knew he was capable of great things, but it wasn’t to be.” “The unfairness and shortness of our time on this planet rears its ugly head once more & we are left speechless. It is cruel beyond comprehension to take a pure heart full of potential.” “Won’t try.” I have his last text for me: “Love you.” It was 50 times read in two days.

Tristen’s sudden death was received condolences by the wrestling world.

The Iron Sheik, a WWE star, wrote on Twitter: “KEVIN NASH – MY HEARTBREAK FOR YOU BUBBA. I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER.

Matt Hard, an AEW wrestler, said that “My thoughts and prayers are with Kevin Nash & His Family following the passing of their son.” It is truly tragic.

Karl Anderson, a wrestler, added that he had sent his thoughts and prayers to Kevin Nash during the time.

Kevin Nash (63), was a wrestler under the ring name “Diesel” with WWE. He then used his real name for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling. Along with Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan, Nash is also part of the founding members of The New World Order.

Pro Wrestling Wiki said, “Between WWE and WCW, Nash has won 21 championships.” He is a six-time World Champion. He was also a five-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and a one-time WWF Champion. He held the title for 358 consecutive days, making him the longest-reigning WWF Champion in the 1990s.