Kevin Nash’s 2 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Kevin Scott Nash is a well-known American actor and former professional wrestler who signed legends deal with WWE. He is most known for his time with World Championship Wrestling (WCW), where he wrestled under his original name,¬†¬†Kevin Nash. Nash rose to prominence during the period that served as the pinnacle of his WCW career, when he was one of the three founding members of the New World Order (nWo), with Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall. This article is an insight into Kevin’s body tattoos, which haven’t been explored much yet. Let us take a look at them.

Kevin Nash

1. Samurai Dragon Tattoo on Right Arm

Kevin dragon on arm tattoo

Tattoo: Kevin’s right shoulder/bicep is covered with a magnificent colorful tattoo of a samurai dragon.

Meaning: The Samurai dragon represents a genuine warrior’s power and courage, the concern for the protection of family, and the fortitude to defend those you love. This, in conjunction with the real power of the warrior, is said to act as the shield for the tattoo wearer, guarding him against all hard times of life.

2. Skull with a Serpent Tattoo

Kevin arm tattoo

Kevin skull on arm tattoo Kevin skull tattoo

Tattoo: Kevin’s right forearm is covered with a huge and interesting tattoo. It shows a skull that is headed and wrapped with a snake. This tattoo is a cover-up to Kevin’s old tattoo piece, which used to be a tiger and serpent.

Skull is the symbol of death, courage, and the ability to overcome the fears of life with confidence and strength. On the other hand, the snake is the symbol of rebirth and changeover.

The combined form of a skull and snake most typically reflects the nature of death and the physical and spiritual devastation of a person, as per the Western culture and beliefs. In this perspective, the skull and snake are believed to integrate multiple meanings. They may illustrate death and rebirth, or the cycle of life and death, the two being the opposite aspects of the universe.

Kevin old inks-Tiger and a serpent on bicep, and A samurai on forearm

Kevin old inks-Tiger and a serpent on the bicep, and A samurai on the forearm

Kevin old tattoos

These are the two old pieces that have now been covered up. The Samurai on his right forearm was given to him by his wife, and he used to keep it covered.

The tattoos existed till the time of his work tenure; however, it is said that when he moved to New York, he got them covered up with new designs, as shown above.

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