Sudden death of Tristen Nash, son of WWE wrestler Kevin Nash

Tristen Nash – the son of Kevin Nash’s WWE Hall of Famer – has died suddenly at the age of 26.

The heartbreaking news of Tristen Nash’s death was announced in a expression of the family.

“On behalf of Kevin and Tamara Nash, I regret to report that their son Tristen Nash has tragically passed away at the age of 26,” read the statement released by wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp.

“Tristen recently started work on Kevin’s new podcast and the two have enjoyed their time together,” the statement continued. “The Nash family asks that you respect their privacy during this time.”

The cause of Tristen Nash’s sudden death is not yet known.

Last week, Tristen posted a photo of himself working with his father, a wrestling legend, on Kevin Nash’s new podcast, titled Kliq This. The Kliq were a group of wrestlers in the World Wrestling Federation in the mid-1990s that included Kevin Nash, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman.

Earlier this month, Tristen shared an Instagram post about his “beautiful future wife”.

A few days later, he posted an Instagram photo of himself and Savanna Kern with the caption, “Best friend I could ever have. The love of my life and beyond brilliant. I love you so much Savanna.”

On Sept. 12 drab allegedly called Savanna his fiancee.

Tristen was Kevin and Tamara Nash’s only child.

Fox News reported, “After learning that Tamara Nash was pregnant, Kevin Nash left WWE for World Championship Wrestling in 1996, according to Wrestling Inc. including Hall and Hulk Hogan.”

In April, Kevin Nash shared a photo of his son Tristen with the caption, “My reason for living.”

In December 2021, Kevin Nash shared a photo of him and his son Tristen at the Phoenix Zoo in 2000.

Tristen was a singer and songwriter in the band The Builders.

Tristen had tattoos on his fingers expressing his love for his mother and father.

Click thatPodcast co-host Sean Oliver reacted to Tristen’s death.

“I met a great young man named Tristen this year. He has worked with me and his dad on a podcast we have and has proven himself to be smart, sweet, savvy, funny and mature beyond his few years. There were big things coming for him but it wasn’t to be,” Oliver continued Twitter. “The injustice of our short time on earth rears its ugly head again and we are speechless. Stealing a heart so pure and so full of potential is an incomprehensible cruelty. I won’t try I have his last message for me: ‘Love you.’ I read it 50 times in 2 days &, T, I’ll read it a lot more.”

The wrestling world offered its condolences on the sudden death of Tristen.

WWE Star the Iron Sheik wrote on Twitter: “Kevin Nash MY HEARTBREAK FOR YOU BUBBA. I LOVE YOU FOREVER.”

AEW wrestler Matt Hart said: “My thoughts are with Kevin Nash and his family following the passing of his son. It is absolutely tragic.”

wrestler Karl “The Machine Gun” Anderson added, “thoughts and prayers to Kevin Nash During this time.”

Kevin Nash, 63, wrestled under his ring name “Diesel” in WWE and then used his real name in World Championship Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Nash is a founding member of the New World Order along with Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall.

Pro wrestling wiki stated, “Across WWE, WCW and TNA, Nash has won a total of 21 championships. He is a six-time world champion: a five time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and one-time WWF Champion. He was the longest-reigning WWF champion of the 1990s, having held the title for 358 days.”

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Laura Coffey

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