Kevin Nash Comments Of 1-Year Anniversary Of Scott Hall’s Death
The past 365 days have been extremely difficult for Kevin Nash, especially following the death of Scott Hall.
Nash and Hall weren’t just close; they were inseparable. Long after their respective in-ring careers ended, the two stayed together as if they were a single unified act and now two distinct wrestlers.
Whether it was in cameos or special appearance, Nash rarely if ever came without Hall and Hall rarely appeared publicly without Nash. But that partnership came to an end one year ago today when Scott Hall passed away after being taken off life support following three heart attacks and a multitude of other health issues.
Many have paid tribute to Hall and offered their condolences to his family. And now, one year later, Kevin Nash continues to carry Hall in his heart.
Earlier today, Nash took to Twitter to post a photo of Scott Hall’s gravesite and showed some fresh roses that had been placed there.
“Was tough to be on social media today as it was a year to the day Scott passed. Alot of people reached out. Realize it’s just another Tuesday without my partner. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of and miss him. Cassidy his daughter put a rose on his grave for each of us.”
Was tough to be on social media today as it was a year to the day Scott passed. Alot of people reached out. Realize it's just another Tuesday without my partner. Not a day goes by that I don't think of and miss him. Cassidy his daughter put a rose on his grave for each of us pic.twitter.com/8n51KnxYS9
— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) March 14, 2023
Scott Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice, as an individual in 2014 and as part of the New World Order in 2020. Kevin Nash did the same, except his individual induction came one year after Hall’s, in 2015.