Kevin Nash’s son Tristen is no more. The news broke out on the internet on Thursday. Pro wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp announced Tristen’s death on Twitter.
What did Kevin say about his demise?
Kevin Nash, who is in the WWE Hall of Fame, is sad about the death of his son, Tristen Nash. “Big things were coming for him, but it wasn’t meant to be,” Kevin Nash’s podcast co-host Sean Oliver said of Kevin Nash’s late son Tristen Nash.
“On behalf of Kevin and Tamara Nash, I’m sorry to say that their 26-year-old son Tristen Nash has died in a tragic accident,” the statement said.
It also said, “Tristen recently started working on Kevin’s new podcast, and the two enjoyed their time together. The Nash family asks that you give them some space during this time.
No one knows what caused his death.
As of Thursday afternoon, Kevin had not publicly discussed the loss. Sean Oliver, who works with him on the Kliq This podcast, talked about the news on Twitter. “This year, I met a great young man named Tristen. He helped me and his dad with a podcast we have, and he turned out to be smart, sweet, wise, funny, and older than his few years. Big things were going to happen to him, but they didn’t,” Oliver wrote.
He said, “The unfairness of our short time on earth rears its ugly head again, and we can’t say anything.” Taking a heart that is so pure and has so much potential is cruel beyond comprehension. Not going to. I still have his last message: “Love you, man.” I read it 50 times in two days and plan to read it many more times.
Tristen died when he was 26 years old, pro wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp said on Thursday via Twitter.
What was he currently doing?
He was engaged in the podcast named KLIQ This. This show first aired in July.
Tristen shared a picture of his father, who looked like he was recording an episode. He was sitting at a table with headphones on in front of a computer. This was just a few days before his death.
When someone else said that Tristen was the podcast’s executive producer, he replied, “I’m just one of the workers. On the Nash end, I make it work. In April, Kevin posted a picture of Tristen to Instagram with the caption, “My reason for living.”