Did Tyler Evans pass away?

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9/16/2018 5:47 PM

Saw this on Instagram.

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9/16/2018 5:49 PM

Going off that post i'd say yes.

Poor bugger. RIP one punch

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9/16/2018 5:51 PM

Hope it's not true. He sounded pretty off on the pulp show a while back. I forget who was in studio but he and Steve both were at a loss for words after they talked to him.

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9/16/2018 6:00 PM

Ah man, what a bummer! Randomly saw him hanging out in the pits at A1 a couple of years back so I struck up a short conversation with him. He seemed like a pretty nice, down-to-earth, easy-going guy. Crappy news... RIP.

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9/16/2018 6:02 PM

Horrible news. RIP brother

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9/16/2018 6:09 PM

Twitsh also had a post on his insta story that said RIP TEASY & it sounded as if he had passed away... sad

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9/16/2018 6:49 PM

Nothing on the internet about it. I wonder what happened?

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9/16/2018 6:56 PM

Racer111 wrote:

Nothing on the internet about it. I wonder what happened?

I noticed that as well which leads me to believe it happened within the last couple of days. A guy I went to school with was in a car accident earlier this year and passed away from his injuries. Couldn't find any obituary or information online for like a week.

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9/16/2018 7:16 PM


The whole " fighting demons " thing always makes me think of what was going on. Very Sad. RIP
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9/16/2018 7:31 PM

What kind of demons? Never heard of him being a drug user. Maybe I’m wrong. I am wondering if it was depression? I know he wanted to be an actor more than anything. I remember him doing an interview around the time Supercross the movie came out talking about how excited he was to become an actor. Obviously that didn’t pan out. Who knows? RIP One Punch. Prayers to your family.

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9/16/2018 7:45 PM

Very sad, that’s too bad. RIP

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9/16/2018 7:53 PM

that sucks...I loved him in that movie messin with Carlyle R.I.P.

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9/16/2018 8:03 PM

Racer111 wrote:

What kind of demons? Never heard of him being a drug user. Maybe I’m wrong. I am wondering if it was depression? I know he wanted to be an actor more than anything. I remember him doing an interview around the time Supercross the movie came out talking about how excited he was to become an actor. Obviously that didn’t pan out. Who knows? RIP One Punch. Prayers to your family.

Who knows what kind of demons, but many people have them these days. I remember when my local obituaries had more old people than young. No more. Society needs to talk about it. The elephant in the room isn't helping anyone.

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9/16/2018 8:10 PM

Man I hate hearing about people passing from not being able to control the demon's. It's just sad as hell. Some want help , but most don't , and will just keep going until their body and mind can't take any more. RIP one punch!

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9/16/2018 8:12 PM

RIP. I used to love watching him race. Always aggressive as I remember. Sad and too young to go.

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9/16/2018 8:17 PM

Racer111 wrote:

What kind of demons? Never heard of him being a drug user. Maybe I’m wrong. I am wondering if it was depression? I know he wanted to be an actor more than anything. I remember him doing an interview around the time Supercross the movie came out talking about how excited he was to become an actor. Obviously that didn’t pan out. Who knows? RIP One Punch. Prayers to your family.

Sonny wrote:

Who knows what kind of demons, but many people have them these days. I remember when my local obituaries had more old people than young. No more. Society needs to talk about it. The elephant in the room isn't helping anyone.

So true Sonny. I hear “fighting demons” way too often when these guys the age of my children are passing away. It’s very sad and the fight they are having is never talked about. Tyler was a character, something the sport lacks. I used to always be amused at his “bad boy” image because once he was back n the pits he was as nice as can be. He had a pretty large following for a guy rarely in the top ten, that should be attributed to his personality, which was larger than life.

RIP Tyler

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9/16/2018 8:51 PM

In these sorts of acts it's time to question society not the individual.

RIP Brother.

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9/16/2018 9:07 PM

RIP Tyler. Thanks for the memories.

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9/16/2018 9:14 PM

Here is a start to the conversation. Demons can be fought by psychedelics. For anyone interested, check out Michael Pollan. He's a credible mainstream author who has been on Joe Rogan's podcast and wrote a book called "How to Change Your Mind". He started hearing stories of addiction, depression, anxiety, etc. being helped by psychedelic therapy and felt the need to learn more and share, which is where the book came from.

I know this will be downvoted by a bunch of individuals with preconceived notions but I don't care. I care if it helps one person find some forward momentum

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9/16/2018 9:20 PM

That’s really sad news to hear, way too many people going down that path and it’s horrible to see.

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9/16/2018 9:25 PM

RIP Tyler

I’m someone who struggles heavily with depression and anxiety, and from my experience even those who love and care for you find it hard to believe the thoughts you’re acfually having. They either don’t understand or don’t want to. Most don’t want to hear it at all. People only act empathetic AFTER the tragic ending.

I’ve resorted to mostly internalizing it because even my wife doesn’t like to hear about it much.

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9/16/2018 9:36 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/16/2018 9:42 PM

observeroffacts wrote:

RIP Tyler

I’m someone who struggles heavily with depression and anxiety, and from my experience even those who love and care for you find it hard to believe the thoughts you’re acfually having. They either don’t understand or don’t want to. Most don’t want to hear it at all. People only act empathetic AFTER the tragic ending.

I’ve resorted to mostly internalizing it because even my wife doesn’t like to hear about it much.

Damn... you gotta have SOMEONE to vent to man.
I’ve had some rough patches in my past and can relate to what you just posted.

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9/16/2018 9:38 PM

Unfortunately Tyler had bad addiction to opiates and who knows what that lead to.

RIP Tyler

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9/16/2018 9:50 PM

observeroffacts wrote:

RIP Tyler

I’m someone who struggles heavily with depression and anxiety, and from my experience even those who love and care for you find it hard to believe the thoughts you’re acfually having. They either don’t understand or don’t want to. Most don’t want to hear it at all. People only act empathetic AFTER the tragic ending.

I’ve resorted to mostly internalizing it because even my wife doesn’t like to hear about it much.

langhammx wrote:

Damn... you gotta have SOMEONE to vent to man.
I’ve had some rough patches in my past and can relate to what you just posted.

Keep posting bro, this is a awesome place with like minded people for the most part. We're all Mostly anonymous so reach out and say whatever, I'm sure there's LOT'S of us with similar stuff going on...

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9/16/2018 10:02 PM

RIP Tyler and God speed

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9/16/2018 10:09 PM

observeroffacts wrote:

RIP Tyler

I’m someone who struggles heavily with depression and anxiety, and from my experience even those who love and care for you find it hard to believe the thoughts you’re acfually having. They either don’t understand or don’t want to. Most don’t want to hear it at all. People only act empathetic AFTER the tragic ending.

I’ve resorted to mostly internalizing it because even my wife doesn’t like to hear about it much.

I can relate to this some what. I don't really try and talk to anyone about it and just try and deal with everything on my own. I do have a couple buddies I talk to about it every now and then....but mostly just try and get myself right when things are bugging me. But in the long run..... every one of us are different. And we all have to find out what works for us , without self destruction or harming other's. Stay strong and do all the things we're supposed too.....and you'll find that the train will always get back on track. Keep your chin up dude!! Never stop the fight!

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

9/16/2018 10:34 PM

Sourcespeed brother.

tcallahan, observer and soren, thanks for your open mind. love you guys.

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9/16/2018 10:51 PM

RIP One punch

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9/16/2018 10:52 PM

If anyone is struggling with Demons! Hit up this cat on either Instagram or google his name. Jered Deathrage is his name. He come from a gnarly past and upbringing. He talks about overcome all odds to become a Executive VP of a company. I saw him speak in Las Vegas and he killed it! He said his goal in life is to save other from doing what he almost did. Just a piece of my mind. I f**king tired of all the demon stuff to and we should be there for other bro!

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9/16/2018 11:02 PM

tcallahan707 wrote:

Here is a start to the conversation. Demons can be fought by psychedelics. For anyone interested, check out Michael Pollan. He's a credible mainstream author who has been on Joe Rogan's podcast and wrote a book called "How to Change Your Mind". He started hearing stories of addiction, depression, anxiety, etc. being helped by psychedelic therapy and felt the need to learn more and share, which is where the book came from.

I know this will be downvoted by a bunch of individuals with preconceived notions but I don't care. I care if it helps one person find some forward momentum

Its been happening for years with good results. I have a friend and its helped him immensely.

Unfortunately people have a negative view on it and its not always something people can get or have a doctor help them with.

Joe Rogan has had some great people on his show that have talked about this topic.

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