It doesn't appear as if Kevin Nash will be wrestling again as the former WWE and WCW World Champion says he's retired.
Nash made an appearance for Big Time Wrestling on Jan. 3, speaking to the live crowd alongside his Outsiders running mate Scott Hall. A fan online asked Nash who he wrestled at the event and Nash responded, "Father Time. I'm retired."
The 60-year-old WWE Hall of Famer last wrestled in October 2018 for Big Time Wrestling. He has wrestled just ten matches since the start of 2015. He last appeared in a WWE bout as a surprise entrant in the 2014 Royal Rumble.
Father Time. I'm retired— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) January 5, 2020
Nash began his career in 1990 as Master Blaster Steele in WCW. He would go on to win the WWE Tag Team Titles, Intercontinental Title, and World Title as Diesel in the mid-90s before jumping to WCW in 1996 as Kevin Nash. He is a former five-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and eight-time WCW Tag Team Champion.
Nash is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame once again in 2020 as part of the New World Order.