Wrestling World Unites For Heartwarming Tribute

Wrestling World Unites For Heartwarming Tribute WWE

In an often divided professional wrestling fandom, for one heartwarming cause, fans united to show their support for a legend.

When earlier tonight (December 3) former wrestling legend Kevin Nash Tweeted a touching tribute with a simple request, wrestling fans worldwide responded.

Nash wrote initially:

“I never ask for anything. But I’m asking anyone that is willing to subscribe to my podcast “Kliq This”. My son passed away 6 weeks ago and he wanted to 100k subscribers so he could get a plaque from YouTube. I want to put it next to his urn. Thank you”

In October, the Nash family confirmed that Tristen had sadly passed away at the age of 26 and had been working on the podcast prior to his passing.

With Nash’s humble request and the painful loss still fresh in their minds, wrestling fans began to share the message on social media as well as subscribe to the channel in memory of Nash’s son, Tristen.

Comments and shares from around not only from WWE fans and stars alike but also AEW stars (yes, including CEO Tony Khan!) as well, it truly was a united effort.

As the subscribers continued to grow, there was even a live stream where fans joined together to watch and wait until the magic number was finally hit.

In response to the outpouring of support, Nash concluded the campaign with a heartwarming message to all involved.

Nash wrote on Twitter:

“I can’t thank you enough. I love you all. I know he watched this. You made my year not sting so much. It will be apart of his life. You’ve brought a beat down man to tears. Again with all my heart THANK YOU!!”

You can check out the Kliq This podcast channel on YouTube by clicking here and don’t forget to subscribe.

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1 year ago by Amanda Savage



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