WWE legend Kevin Nash makes disturbing remarks as he contemplates his son’s death

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Wrestling fans are concerned about Kevin Nash after he made grim remarks on his podcast after his son’s death.

Nash, the 63-year-old WWE Hall of Famer, lost his son Tristen in October at the age of 26. At the time, Nash said doctors believed the seizures his son suffered could be the result of giving up alcohol. Turkey.

On a recent episode of his podcast “Kliq This,” Nash made disturbing comments alluding to thoughts of self-harm.

“Today is week 12 that I lost my son,” he said. “Time flies when you’ve got a gun in your mouth – I mean, time flies when you’re having fun.”

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Co-host Sean Oliver felt uncomfortable. “Don’t play like that,” he said. “You have guns, so you can’t say those things.”

Warning: explicit language

Nash replied, “I can do whatever I want. As long as I leave a note.”

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Later in the podcast, Nash revealed that he has dark thoughts about his son’s death every day.

“Every morning when I wake up, the first thing I realize is that instead of three people in my house, there are now two,” Nash said. “And the third person isn’t on vacation or staying with friends, or out late. He’s never coming back. And then I sit up in bed and I have absolutely nothing to do, and it’s like, ‘Then why am I getting out of bed?’”

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Kevin Nash’s son, Tristen, passed away in October at the age of 26.
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Kevin Nash said doctors told him his son Tristen may have died of seizures related to giving up alcohol.
Kevin Nash said doctors told him his son Tristen may have died of seizures related to giving up alcohol.
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Nash is a six-time world champion and has won the title five times in WCW and once in WWE (then called WWF). He is also a 12-time tag team champion. Along with Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan, Nash formed the New World Order (nWo) faction in WCW that was a key driver of the legendary “Monday Night Wars” between WCW and WWE in the late 1990s.

He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as an individual in 2015 and as part of the nWo in 2020.

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