Kevin Nash
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WWE Icon Kevin Nash’s history of life

BornJuly 9, 1959, in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Birth NameKevin Scott Nash
NicknamesThe Sexecutioner
The Giant Killa
Big Daddy Cool
Diesel
Big Sexy
Vinnie Vegas
Oz
Steel
Height6′ 9″ (2.06 m)

Kevin Nash Life

Kevin Nash is a native Detroiter who works as both an actor and an advocate for equal rights. He first fell in love with comedy while serving as the class clown in elementary school, and he continues to do so now. On April 4, 1968—the day his father passed away from a heart attack at work at the age of 36—he struggled to find comedy. He returned home after spending the day at the funeral home in search of comfort in their 800-square-foot rear bedroom with his portable TV. Suddenly, a report of Martin Luther King’s death appeared on the screen. This reminded him of seeing MLK’s “I have a dream” speech while perched on his father’s knee.

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After three seasons of playing Division 1 college basketball with the Tennessee Volunteers, Kevin and head coach Don DeVoe got into a physical argument (Kevin gave DeVoe the pie face after he grabbed Nash by his jersey), which resulted in their breakup. After seeing Stripes with Bill Murray, he was motivated to enlist in the Army. He then obtained top-secret clearance and represented the US Armed Forces in the paint. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Army, Nash played basketball in Europe where he suffered a devastating knee injury that ended his basketball career and hampered his subsequent professional athletic career from the start. His passion for sports propelled him down a different path to notoriety, namely professional wrestling.

Kevin Nash Family

SpouseTamara Nash (29 October 1988 – present)  (1 child)
ChildrenTristen Nash

WWE Legend Kevin Nash trade Marks

His long hair, which goes down to his lower back, has uncut since his WCW days. Part of his ‘Big Sexy’ trademark.

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Trademark move: Chokeslam

Finishing move: Jackknife Powerbomb (Release Powerbomb)

Trademark move: Walking Sidewalk Slam

Trademark move: Big Boot

Trademark move: Snake Eyes

Towering height

ormer Champion tag team in WCW and WWF
former nWo and Millionaire’s Club member
Only 6′ 10″ tall, he. His exaggerated 7′ height stemmed from his time in the WCW.

was given the role in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991), which was in need of a wearer capable of the bulky outfit.

received the 1995 Pro Wrestler of the Year Award.

Intercontinental Champion of the past WWF

former heavyweight champion of the WWF

Previously the WCW Heavyweight Champion

One of only six professional wrestlers in history to have both the WCW and WWF Heavyweight Championships.

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Was had the opportunity to play Sabertooth in X-Men (2000) but had to turn it down because of schedule issues.

In his final stint as WCW Champion, he was defeated by Booker Huffman (also known as “Booker T”).

Tristan Nash

Tristan Nash, a son born in 1996.
has an eight-second record for the quickest WWF title win. As soon as the final bell sounded, Nash (as “Diesel”) punched WWF Champion Bob Backlund in the stomach before launching him into the canvas with a Jackknife Powerbomb to win.
he delayed his comeback to the WWE until April 7 in order to avoid interfering with Bill Goldberg’s WWE debut on the 2003 March 31 episode of WWE Raw (1993).

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In August 2003, he lost a “hair contest” to Chris Jericho and had to cut his distinctively long hair. Since his first appearance with the WWF in 1993, Nash had not had his hair cropped.

participated in the infamous “Fingerpoke of Doom” match on WCW Nitro. where he was presented as the WCW World Champion. He was slated to face Hollywood Hulk Hogan in a title match. Hogan poked him in the chest to start the match, which caused him to stumble. Hogan then submitted him to win the championship. The rating quickly dropped after this match, which was seen as the beginning of WCW’s decline.

Is one of two [now defunct] American professional wrestlers who appear briefly in a movie as a mute Russian figure who brutally dominates the main character in a fight, but the hero miraculously escapes defeat and/or death. The other is Kurt Angle. In The Punisher (2004), Nash and Angle both acted in this manner (2011).

Tristen Nash Passes away at 26

Tristen Nash, the son of WWE Hall of Famer and wrestler Kevin Nash, died on October 20 at the age of 26.

First to announce the news was Sean Ross Sapp, who released a statement on behalf of Kevin Nash and his family. As the father and son began spending more time together, Nash recently began working with his only child on the Kliq podcast.

Regarding the Kliq In this podcast, Kevin Nash discussed the events leading up to his death. The former WWE star went into great detail about his son’s untimely cardiac arrest brought on by a seizure that struck him.