Tristen Nash, the 26-year-old son of WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash, has died, according to a statement published by the Nash family.
“On behalf of Kevin and Tamara Nash, I regret to inform you that their 26-year-old son Tristen Nash perished away in a sad accident,” said the message provided by wrestling reporter Sean Ross Sapp. ” Tristen began working on Kevin's new show only lately, and the pair liked their time together.
The message added, “The Nash family requests privacy during this difficult time.”
The son of WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash possessed numerous skills. He was the lead vocalist for the band The Builders. Tristen Nash used to compose songs, short stories, and poetry in addition to singing. He played the guitar and the piano.
Sean Oliver, co-host of Kevin's Kliq This podcast, rushed to Twitter to express his sympathies following Tristen's death. This year I met a wonderful young man named Tristen, he tweeted. “He worked with me and his father on a podcast we have, and he proved to be intelligent, kind, savvy, witty, and beyond his years. He was destined for greatness, but it was not to be.”
It has likely been one of the most trying years of his father Kevin Nash's life. The WWE Hall of Famer has lost two close family members. A few hours ago, Nash lost his kid, and in March, he lost his best friend, Scott Hall.
Scott Hall, a WWE Hall of Famer, passed unexpectedly two weeks prior to WrestleMania 38. Following hip replacement surgery, Hall suffered three heart attacks and was placed on life support. On March 14, he was disconnected from life support, and he died at the age of 63.
We wish Kevin Nash and his family the strength to overcome the loss of two dear ones during these trying times. Oliver stated that the news of the loss had sent him “speechless,” adding, “To steal a heart so pure and full of potential is beyond comprehension. Not trying. I had his final text message to me: “Love you, man.” I've read it 50 times in two days, and I plan to read it many more times.
Tristen performed with the musical group The. Builders in addition to his work on his father's podcast.