Kevin Nash is beloved by millions of pro wrestling fans all around the world. A recent off-handed comment from Big Kev has a lot of them worried.

Kevin Nash recently expereinced personal tragedy as his son, Tristen. This was a terrible loss for Nash’s family, and a very unexpected one.

During a recent episode of his Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash made a comment about how his son passed away 12 weeks ago. Then he made a very unsettling statement as a follow-up.

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


Sean Oliver, Kevin Nash’s podcast co-host then interjected to say, “Don’t play like that. You have guns so you can’t say those things.”

“I can do whatever the f*ck I wanna do. Long as I leave a note,” Kevin Nash replied to his co-host.

Kevin Nash later opened up and said a bit more about his daily life. This is obviously a hard time for the two-time WWE Hall of Famer.

“Every morning when I wake up, the first thing that happens is, I come to the realization that instead of there being three human beings in my home, there’s now two. And the third person isn’t on vacation or staying with friends, or is out late. He is never coming back. And then I sit up in the bed and I have absolutely nothing I have to do, and it’s like, ‘so, why am I getting out of bed?’” 

We’re sending out our thoughts to Kevin Nash during this time. He has been through a lot in his career already, and his personal life has certainly seen brighter days. Hopefully, a much happier time is coming for Kevin Nash just around the corner.

What’s your take on that comment from Kevin Nash? Sound off in the comments!

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