Kevin Nash has provided some clarity about some recent comments he made regarding his own health.
There was some concern amongst the pro wrestling community recently over some comments that two-time WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash made recently. Nash had a very difficult 2022 since his best friend and long-time tag team partner Scott Hall dide in March 2022. Even more tragically, his 26-year-old son Tristen Nash died suddenly in October after having a seizure.
After Tristen’s death, Kevin Nash talked about how Tristen stopped drinking alcohol and had some bad incidents with alcohol in his life. Tristen was Kevin and Tamara Nash’s only child.
On a recent episode of his Kliq This podcast, Nash made some concerning comments while uttering a phrase that sounds awful: “Time flies when you’ve got a gun in your mouth.” Nash’s co-host Sean Oliver told the star he couldn’t make comments like that since he owned guns to which Nash replied that he “could do anything” he liked “as long as I leave a note.”
In the days that followed, police checked on Nash at his house, which was also reported by TMZ, and he was believed to be okay. Nash also tweeted about it.
Everyone take a breath. Let's not take my biggest coping mechanism SARCASM and blow it out of proportion. I appreciate the concern and the fact that others find it a perfect time for insults. Continue to get you updates on @TMZ and wrestling sites. I've got legs to train today
— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) January 19, 2023
On a new episode of his Kliq This podcast on AdFreeShows.com, Nash addressed the off-color remarks by explaining that he would never harm himself and talked about being his wife for 35 years.
“Last week I made some off-color remarks, but for anybody out there, I would never do anything to harm myself. I guess people don’t realize I have a wife that’s been with me for 35 fu**ing years. It’s never been about me. I drive a fu**ing ’05 Mustang. I know it sounds like that skit from fu**ing Saturday Night Live where, ‘I drive a Dodge Stratus’, but I drive a 2005 Mustang. I don’t give a fu**. It’s never been about me. It’s about the people that I take care of and that’s your job. Your job is to provide and protect. That’s your job.”
Kevin Nash also explained his “leave a note” joke as something he used to do with Scott Hall.
“So for the people that don’t know, the easiest way for me to explain this is, so I did the thing last week, and I mean, I’m not saying that I’m not in a great place, but I promise you, everybody out there, this whole fu**ing week, people have been saying, ‘Man, we need you. We love you. You were one of the best big men.’ If you’re trying to save my life, you better say I’m the best big man, ok.’” (He laughs).
“Emily Sherman was Brad Siegel’s niece, but she worked for us. I think she worked in international or whatever when we were in WCW. Her and Scott started dating. She would travel with us a lot on the road when we would go from from town to town, especially from Nitro to Thunder. It was always this ongoing thing where they would say, ‘Well, what do you guys think about that?’ Scott and I would both say, ‘Yeah, as soon as we get done sticking a pistol in our mouth.'”
“They would say, ‘Oh, that’s not funny’ and Scott would say, ‘It is because we’re gonna leave a note.’ A couple people buzzed her and they’re like, ‘Hey, your boy Nash, I think he’s in trouble.’ She watches it and pops. Like she watches it and pops, she’s like, ‘Oh, they don’t know the skit.’ They don’t know, it’s the note. You know, it’s like, that’s what makes it funny.”
As Kevin Nash continued, he also spoke about why he blocks people on Twitter sometimes while also sharing a funny story about it.
“If you’re blocked on my Twitter it’s because you fu**ing did something. I don’t just block people just to block them. Maybe somebody felt a little keyboard warrior one night didn’t think that Nash should go back and go through every fu**ing thing that somebody said over the last three days and pick your shit out and block your ass.”
“So guess what? I’m a fu**ing prick. I’ll tell you a great story. A guy came up to me at a signing. He said, ‘Nash, you blocked me on Twitter. Can you unblock me?’ I said, ‘Yea, for 200 bucks.’ He goes, ‘No, seriously.’ I said, ‘No. For 200 bucks, I’ll unblock you on Twitter.’ So he gave me the 200 bucks. I unblocked him. By the time he got to the door of where he could leave the room, I reblocked him. He turned and walked over. He said, ‘What the fu**?’ I said, ‘I told you I would unblock you. I didn’t say how long.’ True story.”