Thursday, February 6, 2014

Pro Wrestling Deaths 2000 to 2010


2000


Name: Gary Albright

Date of Death: January 7, 2000

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: On January 7, 2000, Albright wrestled at a World Xtreme Wrestling show in Hazleton, Pennsylvania against Lucifer Grimm (real name Bill Owens). After being hit with a three-quarter facelock bulldog, Albright collapsed to the canvas. A worried Grimm rolled Albright on top of himself to finish the match after which concerned wrestlers and ring crew tried to resuscitate him. Albright was pronounced dead shortly after being removed from the ring.

The official cause of death is listed as a heart attack. The medical examiners also found that Albright suffered from diabetes, had an enlarged heart, and blockage of several coronary arteries.Because it was determined that Albright died of natural causes, the police were never involved in the matter

Known for: All Japan Pro Wrestling Star from 1995 to 1999




Name: Al Costello

Date of Death: January 22, 2000

Age: 80

Cause of Death: pneumonia and heart problems

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Tag Team of the Fabulous Kangaroo's


Name: Bobby Duncum Jr.

Date of Death: January 27, 2000

Age: 34

Cause of Death: drug overdose

Story of Death: After taking time off from WCW to recover from reconstructive rotator cuff surgery, Duncum died of an accidental overdose of a prescription painkiller prescribed by his doctor

Known For: ECW 1997-1998, WCW 1998-2000..




Name: Liz Chase

Date of Death: February 26, 2000

Age: 45

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: Passed away during Surgry

Known for: Trainer of ECW Vixxen Angel Orsini




Name: Gordon Solie

Date of Death: July 27, 2000

Age: 71

Cause of Death: Throat Cancer

Story of Death: Solie's last announcing job was to be the Heroes of Wrestling pay-per-view in 1999, but he could not attend due to failing health. He died of throat cancer on July 27, 2000.

Known for: NWA/WCW Announcer, WWE Hall of Fame, and the most famous Voice in Pro Wrestling History


Name: Tony Parisi

Date of Death: August 19, 2000

Age: 58

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: He operated the Niagara Family Inn and Big Anthony's Restaurant in Niagara Falls with his family until he died from a heart attack on August 19, 2000 Known for: Former WWWF Tag Team Champion aka Antonio Pugliese as Bruno Sammartino's cousin in the WWWF


Name: Tanaka

Date of Death: August 22, 2000

Age: 70

Cause of Death: Heart Failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former WWWF Tag team Champion w/Mr. Fuji


Name: Yokozuna

Date of Death: October 2, 2000

Age: 34

Cause of Death: fluid in his lungs

Story of Death: On October 23, 2000, Yokozuna died from fluid in his lungs in his room at the Moat House Hotel, Liverpool, England while he was on an independent wrestling tour in Europe. At the time, it was widely reported that he died of heart failure or a heart attack, but this was later found to be incorrect. yokozuna's weight at his death was 680 lb (310 kg)

Known for: WWF Star from 1992-1996, WWF Champion, and the Heaviest Wrestler in WWF History


Name: Cherie Dupree

Date of Death: November 5, 2000

Age: 73

Cause of Death: Health Problems

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: The World's first Known Valet in wrestling history and the former Wife and Valet to Gorgeous George



2001

Name: Neil Stewart

Date of Death: January 2, 2001

Age: 74

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Girl Wrestler of the 1950s promoted by the Famous Billy Wolfe


Name: Villaño I

Date of Death: January 4, 2001

Age: 50

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: In late 2000 Villano had undergone brain surgery to correct a coagulum caused by the hard bumps taken during his wrestling career. In the days leading up to January 4, 2001 he had been talking about getting back in shape for a retirement match but his health took a turn for the worse on January 4. The official cause of the death was a **heart attack caused** by a **cerebral haemorrhage**. He was buried the very next day, wearing the Villano mask and a cape with the UWA logo on it. The funeral was attended by a number of luchadors, including the Brazos family, Perro Aguayo, Cien Caras, Universo 2000, El Felino, Ringo Mendoza and others.

Known for: Legendary Mexican Wrestler


Name: Johnny Valentine

Date of Death: April 24, 2001

Age: 72

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Legendary Wrestler & Father of WWE Hall of Fame Greg "The Hammer" Valentine


Name: The Haiti Kid

Date of Death: April 23, 2001

Age: unknown

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Legendary Midget Wrestler in the WWF & AWA


Name: Terry BAM BAM Gordy

Date of Death: July 16, 2001

Age: 40

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Member of the Fabulous Freebirds in World Class & WCW and worked in ECW IN 1996




Name: Rhonda Sing

Date of Death: July 27, 2001

Age: 40

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Trained by Mildred Burke, WWF (1995), WWF Women's Champion, WCW (1999-2000)


Name: Chris Adams

Date of Death: October 7, 2001

Age: 46

Cause of Death: Murder

Story of Death: In April 2000, Adams and his girlfriend of four months, Linda Kaphengst, were both found unconscious inside a friend's apartment, the victims of an overdose of the drug GHB and alcohol. Adams recovered, but Kaphengst died at a local hospital ten hours later. Over a year later, Adams was indicted on a manslaughter charge, but on October 7, 2001, while awaiting trial, he was fatally shot in the chest during a drunken brawl with a friend, known as Booray, at the man's Texas home. The gun owner claimed self-defense and was found innocent of all charges. This decision drew the ire of many wrestling fans, fellow wrestlers and family members, including brother Neil, who holds strong animosity towards the gun owner to this day. Known for: World Class Championship Wrestling Star, USWA Star, WCW (1997-1999), Trainer of Stone Cold Steve Austin




Name: Helen Hart

Date of Death: November 4, 2001

Age: 77

Cause of Death: Heart Failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: The Mother of the Famous Hart Family out of Canada including Bret The Hitman Hart & Owen Hart, Helen is also the Wife of Legendary Wrestler Stu Hart


Name: Ed Whalan

Date of Death: December 4, 2001

Age: 74

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: heart attack while vacationing in Florida

Known for: the voice of Stampede Wrestling for most of its existence




Name: Russ Haas

Date of Death: December 15, 2001

Age: 27

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: The brother of WWF's Own Charlie Haas and WWF Developmental

2002

Name: Steve Bolus

Date of Death: February 18, 2002

Age: 26

Cause of Death: Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former XPW Wrestler


 Name: Wahoo McDaniel

Date of Death: April 18, 2002

Age: 63

Cause of Death: diabetes and renal failure

Story of Death: awaiting a kidney transplant when he died from complications from.

Known for: Legendary Wrestler in the AWA




Name: Lou Thez

Date of Death: April 28, 2002

Age: 86

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Story of Death: unknown Known for: Legendary Wrestler in the AWA & NWA




Name: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

Date of Death: May 7, 2002

Age: 41

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: Anderson was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 36.He was diagnosed after recognizing his symptoms while reading a medical magazine.Because of a malignant tumor, he had to have his left testicle removed. He died on May 5, 2002 at the age of 42. He was survived by his wife Crisite, daughter Montana, and son Chase.

Known for: WCW Head Referee from 1985 to 1999


Name: Big Dick Dudley

Date of Death: May 16, 2002

Age: 34

Cause of Death: Kidney Failure

Story of Death: Unknown

Known For:ECW as a member of the Dudley Family from 1994-1999 and Former XPW Heavyweight champion..




Name: Shoichi Arai

Date of Death: May 16, 2002

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: On the morning of May 16 2002, Arai committed suicide in Mizumoto Park in the Katsushika Ward of Tokyo, hanging himself using the neck-tie of his business suit. He was found by a jogger at 6:20 AM. Arai's death would lead to an insurance policy for his ex-wife and child. Sadly, the life insurance that Arai's ex-wife and child would receive was still not enough, and years later the Arai family was still paying back the money owed to the Yakuza.His Suicide happend to be nine days after FMW Closed it's doors

Known for: Founder of Japan's FMW Wrestling




Name: The British Bulldog

Date of Death: May 17, 2002

Age: 39

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death:unknown.

Known for: WWF (1985-1988), WWF (1991-1992), WCW (1993), WWF (1994-1998), WCW (1998-1999), WWF(1999-2000), WWF Tag Team Champion, WWF European Champion,




Name: Rocko Rock

Date of Death: September 21, 2002

Age: 49

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: ECW, WCW, & WWF Tag Team wrestler



Name: Mr. Wrestling

Date of Death: November 30, 2002

Age: 75

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: On November 30, 2002, Woods died from a heart attack at his home in Charlotte, North Carolina at the age of 68. Before his death, he was scheduled to be interviewed for a WWE Confidential piece on the October 1975 plane crash.

Known for: Legendary Mask Wrestler




Name: The Diva

Date of Death: December 22, 2002

Age: 28

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known For: Indy Wrestler who often was tag team with Macaela Mercedes who became famous as a WWE Diva herself Jillian Hall 3 years later


2003

Name: The Sheik Ed Farhat

Date of Death: January 18, 2003

Age: 80

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Legendary Wrestler, Uncle of Hard-core wrestling star Sabu




Name: MR. Perfect

Date of Death: February 10, 2003

Age: 44

Cause of Death: Acute Cocaine Intoxication

Story of Death: On February 10, 2003, Hennig was found dead in a Florida hotel room. He was 44 years old. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office declared acute cocaine intoxication to be the cause of his death. His father said that steroids and painkillers also contributed to his death. Hennig was survived by his parents, Larry and Irene, two brothers, Randy and Jesse, and two sisters, Sandra and Susan and four children, Joe, Amy, Kaite, and Hank.

Known for: AWA (1979-1988), WWF (1989-1996), WCW (1997-2000), WWF (2002) TNA (2003)


Name: Tony Altomare

Date of Death: February 18, 2003

Age: 74

Cause of Death: heart failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former WWWF US Tag Team Champions w/Lou Albano as the Sicilians




Name: Sailor Art Thomas

Date of Death: March 20, 2003

Age: 79

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Legendary WWWF Star



Name: Babs Wingo

Date of Death: April 19, 2003

Age: unknown

Cause of Death: Illness

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: One of the first Few African American women in wrestling during the Golden Era


Name: Miss Elizabeth.

Date of Death: May 1, 2003

Age: 42

Cause of Death: Accidental Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: On May 1, 2003, in Marietta, Georgia, Lex Luger called 9-1-1 from his home and reported that Elizabeth was not breathing. She did not respond to mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and paramedics rushed her to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Elizabeth was aged 42. Luger's phone call was later aired on an episode of WWE Confidential.

Known For: First Lady Of Wrestling, WWF 1985-1992, WCW 1996-2000.




Name: Classy Freddie Blassie

Date of Death: June 2, 2003

Age: 85

Cause of Death: kidney failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Famous WWWF/WWF Wrestler and manager and the most hated/fear man in history of Pro Wrestling




Name: Pittbull #2

Date of Death: September 25

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: died on September 25, 2003 along with his girlfriend, Dianna Hulsey, both from drug overdose of fentanyl.[3] He and his girlfriend were found after lying in their home dead for days, all while their two small children, a 21-month-old boy and 8-month-old girl, were apparently alone in the house among the bodies

Known for: ECW Tag Team Wrestler

Name: Borris Volkoff

Date of Death: October 15, 2003

Age: 76

Cause of Death: congestive heart failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: tag team with his "fictional" brother Nicoli Volkoff (Steve Gobb), as the heel team Volkoff Brothers




Name: Stu Hart

Date of Death: October 16, 2003

Age: 88

Cause of Death: Diabetes & Pneumonia

Story of Death: Hart was admitted to Rockyview General Hospital on October 3, 2003 for an elbow infection and then developed pneumonia. He also suffered from ailments associated with diabetes and arthritis. He had a stroke and died 13 days later at the age of 88. Known for: Ledgendary Wrestler & The Father of The Hart Family




Name: Road Warrior Hawk

Date of Death: October 19, 2003

Age: 46

Cause of Death: heart attack

Story of Death: died on October 19, 2003 in the early morning in his home in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. He was 46 years old. His friends said that he and his wife Dale had recently bought a condominium near their current home and were packing their boxes the night before. Hawk said that he felt tired and went to take a nap. When his wife checked on him at about 1 a.m., he had died of an apparent heart attack. At the time of his death, Hawk and Animal were working on a book about their careers.

Known for: Tag team in the AWA, NWA, ECW, WWF, & WCW




Name: Crash Holly

Date of Death: November 6, 2003

Age: 32

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: died at the age of 32 on November 6, 2003, while at the home of wrestler Stevie Richards in Florida. He was found partially clothed with a pool of vomit around his face. Empty prescription medication bottles and a partly consumed bottle of alcohol were found nearby, and he had recently received divorce papers from his wife.The cause of death was first ruled as choking on his own vomit, but it was later officially ruled a suicide.

Known for: WWF/E Star 1999-2003, TNA Star 2003


Name: Moondog Spot

Date of Death: November 29, 2003

Age: unknown

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: collapsing in the ring during a match

Known for: Tag Team Moondogs in the WWF Managed by Jimmy Hart




Name: The Wall

Date of Death: December 6, 2003

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: collapsing in the ring during a match

Known for: WCW & TNA Star




Name: Mike Lozanski

Date of Death: December 18, 2003

Age: 35

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former ECW Star


2004

Name: Jack Tunney

Date of Death: January 24, 2004

Age: 68

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWF President of the 80s and 90s







Name: Hard Boiled Haggerty

Date of Death: January 27, 2004

Age: 78

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: AWA Wrestler





Name: Hercules

Date of Death: March 6, 2004

Age: 46

Cause of Death: heart disease

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWF Star 1985-1992


Name: James Dudley

Date of Death: June 1, 2004

Age: 93

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: longtime employee and confidant of Vincent James McMahon and Capitol Wrestling and the WWWF, WWF Hall of Fame


Name: Big Bossman

Date of Death: September 22, 2004

Age: 41

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: died of a heart attack at his home in Acworth, Georgia on September 22, 2004 while his sister was visiting him

Known for: Jim Crockette Promotions 1985-1987, WWF 1988- 1993, WCW 1993-1998, WWE 1998-2003


Name: Marianna

Date of Death: September 26

Age: 35

Cause of Death: Breast Cancer

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: WWF Diva 1999


2005

Name: Chris Candido

Date of Death: April 28, 2005

Age: 33:

Cause of Death: Blood Clot of the Leg

Story of Death: At TNA Lockdown on April 24, 2005 Candido fractured both his tibia and fibula and dislocated his ankle during a steel cage match with Lance Hoyt against Apolo and Sonny Siaki. He underwent surgery the next day to have steel plates and screws inserted into his leg. Later in the week, Sunny picked Candido up from the airport, and was told he was given only pain medication but no antibiotics, which are normally given after surgery. He was at the following Impact! tapings managing The Naturals. On April 28, 2005, Candido felt ill and his condition worsened during the day. He collapsed in the evening and was rushed to the hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. Doctors drained his lungs, but Candido died soon afterwards. He was 33 years old. According to his brother Johnny, Candido died due to a blood clot, a complication from surgery.

Known for: ECW 1992-1993, WWF 1995-1996, ECW 1997-1999, XPW 1999-2000, WCW 2000, XPW 2000 -2003, TNA 2005




Name: Lord Alfred Hayes

Date of Death: July 20, 2005

Age: 77

Cause of Death: series of strokes

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: The Voice of the WWF from 1982-1995


Name: Chris Cash

Date of Death: August 18, 2005

Age: 23Cause of Death: Motorcycle Accident

Story of Death: died in a motorcycle accident near his home in New Jersey on August 18, 2005, at the age of 23. He was on the motorbike on Ellis Street in Glassboro, New Jersey with his cousin, Jeremy Bauman, who was driving, when a Ford Taurus turned in front of them from the adjoining Higgins Drive. The motorbike hit the car on the driver's side, and both Cash and his cousin were thrown off, and died at the scene. The driver of the car later died en route to the hospital.

Known for: CZW Hard-core Wrestler




Name: Reggie "Crusher" Lisowski

Date of Death: October 20, 2005

Age: 79

Cause of Death: Brain Tumor

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: 3 time AWA Heavyweight Champion


Name: Eddie Guerrero

Date of Death: November 13, 2005

Age: 38

Cause of Death: Heart Failure

Story of Death: On November 13, 2005, Guerrero was found unconscious in his hotel room (The Marriott City Center) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by his nephew, Chavo. Chavo attempted CPR, but Eddie Guerrero was pronounced dead when paramedics arrived on the scene. He was 38 years old. An autopsy revealed that Guerrero died as a result of acute heart failure due to arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Guerrero's wife Vickie Guerrero claimed that he had been unwell in the week preceding his death. On the November 30 edition of WWE Byte This!, Chavo said that Guerrero had been working hard and was at peak physical fitness as a result, doing cardiovascular and weight training exercises every day.

Known for: ECW 1995, WCW 1995-2000, WWF/E 2000-2005, 2006 WWE Hall of Fame, WWE Smack-down Champion-


2006

Name: Emory Hale

Date of Death: January 29, 2006

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Kidney Problems

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WCW Wrestler




Name: Johnny Grunge

Date of Death: February 16, 2006

Age: 39

Cause of Death: sleep apnea

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Tag Team of Public Enemy in ECW, WCW, & WWF




Name: Kay Noble

Date of Death: April 27, 2006

Age: 67

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former AWA Women's champion




Name: Earthquake.

Date of Death: June 7, 2006

Age: 42

Cause of Death: Bladder Cancer

Story of Death: Earthquake retired from wrestling in 2004 after it was revealed that he had developed bladder cancer, in which he was given a twenty percent chance to live, assuming he continued with his chemotherapy treatments. During his November 18, 2005 interview on WrestleCrap Radio, Earthquake announced that a recent radiation dosage did not go as planned, as it had no effect on the tumor. He also announced that multiple tumors had spread to his lungs.

Known For: All Japan Pro Wrestling 1987-1989, WWF 1989-1994, WCW 1994-1997, WWF 1998-1999..




Name: "Crazy" Luke Graham

Date of Death: June 23, 2006

Age: 66

Cause of Death: congestive heart failure

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Former WWWF US Tag Team Champion




Name: Bob Orton SR

Date of Death: July 16, 2006

Age: 76

Cause of Death: series of heart attacks

Story of Death:unknown

Known for: The father of Former WWE Star Bob Orton Jr. and Grandfather of Current WWE Star Randy Orton. Became a Popular wrestler in the NWA Territories in the 1950's though the 1980's




Name: Joey Maggs

Date of Death: October 15, 2006

Age: 37

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Former WCW Star




Name: Spunik Monroe

Date of Death: November 3, 2006

Age: 77

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: first white men in the 1950's to wrestle against black wrestlers in the ring


Name: The Spoiler

Date of Death: December 16, 2006

Age: 66

Cause of Death: Leukemia

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former WCCW, WWF, NWA, & AWA Star


2007

Name: Cowboy Lang

Date of Death: January 4, 2007

Age: 56

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWWF Midget Wrestler


Name: Bam Bam Bigalow

Date of Death: January 19, 2007

Age: 45

Cause of Death: Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: On the morning of January 19, 2007, Bigelow was found dead in his home by Remiesiewicz at approximately 10:00 a.m. EST in Hudson, Florida. He was 45 years old. The autopsy results showed that Bigelow's death was due to multiple drugs found in his system including toxic levels of cocaine and an anti-anxiety drug. Bigelow was also suffering from a heart problem, specifically arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease.

Known for: WWF 1987-1988, NWA 1988-1990, WWF 1993-1995, ECW 1996-1998, WCW 1998-2001




Name: Doug Gentry

Date of Death: January 26, 2007

Age: 34

Cause of Death: Heart Diease

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: ROH President  & ECW Fan Cam Operator


Name: Mike Awesome

Date of Death: February 17, 2007

Age: 42

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: On February 17, 2007, at around 10:30 p.m, a group of Awesome's friends found him hanged in his Tampa home. He was 42 years old. WWE recognized Awesome's death on-air by displaying an "In Memory..." graphic at the beginning of the February 20, 2007 edition of ECW on Sci Fi, and an article about his death was posted on WWE.com, saying that Awesome was found dead but omitting the cause of death.

Known for: ECW 1993, ECW 1998-2000, WCW 2000 -2001, WWE 2001- 2002




Name: Tracy Richards

Date of Death: February 25, 2007

Age: 50

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: unknown.

Known for: First Woman wrestler to use the power body slam




Name: Bad News Brown

Date of Death: March 6, 2007

Age: 63

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Coage died on the morning of March 6, 2007 in his hometown of Calgary at Rockyview Hospital, having been rushed to the hospital after complaining of chest pains. He died minutes later of a heart attack

Known for: WWF 1988-1990




Name: Black Shadow

Date of Death: March 8, 2007

Age: 82

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

Story of Death: died on March 8, 2007, age 82, in Mexico City after suffering from pneumonia

Known for: The rivalry between Black Shadow and El Santo culminated in a Luchas de Apuestas, or mask vs. mask match, on November 7, 1952. The 70 minute match that is still heralded today as one of the most famous in Latin American history. It helped popularize the concept with mask matches still the biggest draws in Lucha Libre to the modern day




Name: Ernie Ladd

Date of Death: March 10, 2007

Age: 68

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death:unknown

Known for: NFL Football & WWE Hall of Fame


Name: Arnold Saaland

Date of Death: March 13, 2007

Age: 83

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWF Hall of Fame, Former Manager of Bob Backland


Name: Abe Coleman

Date of Death: March 28, 2007

Age: 101

Cause of Death: Kidney Failure

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Abe Coleman (the World's oldest living wrestler - until now)


Name: Dynamite D

Date of Death: April 11, 2007

Age: unknown

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: XPW (2002-2003)




Name: Sensational Sherri

Date of Death: June 15, 2007

Age: 49

Cause of Death: accidental drug overdose

Story of Death: On the morning of June 15, 2007, Sherri died at her mother's residence in McCalla, Alabama, near Birmingham. On September 11, 2007, homicide investigators in Tuscaloosa, Alabama released the toxicology report stating that she died of an accidental overdose with multiple drugs in her system, including high amounts of oxycodone

Known for: AWA 1984-1987, WWF 1987-1993, ECW 1993-1994, WCW 1994-1997, WWE Hall of Fame 2006, AWA & WWF Women's champion


Name: Princess Tona Tomah

Date of Death: June 15, 2007

Age: 72

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Once Romantically linked to Famous Promoter Billy Wolfe and a famous female grappler of the golden era


Name: Nancy Benoit

Date of Death: June 22, 2007

Age: 43

Cause of Death: Murder

Story of Death: On June 25, 2007, police entered Benoit's home on a "welfare check" after several missed appointments, leading to concerns. The officers discovered the bodies of Benoit, his wife Nancy, and their 7-year-old son Daniel at around 2:30 p.m. EDT. Upon investigating, no additional suspects were sought by authorities. It was determined that Benoit had committed the murders.

Over a three day period, Benoit had killed his wife and son before he hanged himself. His wife was bound before the killing. Benoit's son was drugged and likely unconscious before Benoit strangled him.Benoit then committed suicide with a weight machine.

WWE canceled the scheduled three hour long live Raw show on June 25, and replaced the broadcast version with a tribute to his life and career, featuring his past matches, segments from the Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story DVD, and comments from wrestlers and announcers. However, once the details of the murder–suicide became apparent, WWE quickly and quietly began distancing itself from the wrestler by removing merchandise and no longer mentioning him. The June 26 episode of ECW began with Vince McMahon addressing the television audience about the circumstances and announcing that there would be no mention of Benoit that night other than his comments. There was no mention of Benoit at all the following Friday on Smackdown.

Toxicology reports released on July 17, 2007 revealed that at their time of death, Nancy had three different drugs in her system: Xanax, hydrocodone, and hydromorphone, all of which were found at the therapeutic rather than toxic levels. Daniel was found to have Xanax in his system, which led the chief medical examiner to believe that he was sedated before he was murdered. Benoit was found to have Xanax, hydrocodone, and an elevated level of testosterone, caused by a synthetic form of the hormone, in his system. The chief medical examiner attributed the testosterone level to Benoit possibly being treated for a deficiency caused by previous steroid abuse or testicular insufficiency. There was no indication that anything in Benoit's body contributed to his violent behavior that led to the murder–suicide, concluding that there was no "roid-rage" involved.[105] Prior to the murder–suicide, Benoit had been given illegal steroids not in compliance with WWE's Talent Wellness Program in February 2006. Benoit received nandrolone and anastrozole. During the investigation into steroid abuse, it was revealed that other wrestlers had also been given steroids.

After the double-murder suicide, former wrestler Christopher Nowinski contacted Michael Benoit, father of Chris Benoit, suggesting that years of trauma to his son's brain may have led to his actions. Tests were conducted on Benoit's brain by Julian Bailes, the head of neurosurgery at West Virginia University, and results showed that "Benoit's brain was so severely damaged it resembled the brain of an 85-year-old Alzheimer's patient. He was reported to have had an advanced form of dementia, similar to the brains of four retired NFL players who had suffered multiple concussions, sank into depression, and harmed themselves or others. Bailes and his colleagues concluded that repeated concussions can lead to dementia, which can contribute to severe behavioral problems. Benoit's father suggests that brain damage may have been the leading cause of the crime. He also confirmed that his son was quietly cremated, but what was done with the ashes is not public knowledge

Known for: NWA 1989-1990, ECW 1993-1995, WCW 1996-1997

Name: Chris Benoit

Date of Death: June 24, 2007

Age: 40

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: On June 25, 2007, police entered Benoit's home on a "welfare check" after several missed appointments, leading to concerns. The officers discovered the bodies of Benoit, his wife Nancy, and their 7-year-old son Daniel at around 2:30 p.m. EDT. Upon investigating, no additional suspects were sought by authorities. It was determined that Benoit had committed the murders.

Over a three day period, Benoit had killed his wife and son before he hanged himself. His wife was bound before the killing. Benoit's son was drugged and likely unconscious before Benoit strangled him.Benoit then committed suicide with a weight machine.

WWE canceled the scheduled three hour long live Raw show on June 25, and replaced the broadcast version with a tribute to his life and career, featuring his past matches, segments from the Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story DVD, and comments from wrestlers and announcers. However, once the details of the murder–suicide became apparent, WWE quickly and quietly began distancing itself from the wrestler by removing merchandise and no longer mentioning him. The June 26 episode of ECW began with Vince McMahon addressing the television audience about the circumstances and announcing that there would be no mention of Benoit that night other than his comments. There was no mention of Benoit at all the following Friday on Smackdown.

Toxicology reports released on July 17, 2007 revealed that at their time of death, Nancy had three different drugs in her system: Xanax, hydrocodone, and hydromorphone, all of which were found at the therapeutic rather than toxic levels. Daniel was found to have Xanax in his system, which led the chief medical examiner to believe that he was sedated before he was murdered. Benoit was found to have Xanax, hydrocodone, and an elevated level of testosterone, caused by a synthetic form of the hormone, in his system. The chief medical examiner attributed the testosterone level to Benoit possibly being treated for a deficiency caused by previous steroid abuse or testicular insufficiency. There was no indication that anything in Benoit's body contributed to his violent behavior that led to the murder–suicide, concluding that there was no "roid-rage" involved.[105] Prior to the murder–suicide, Benoit had been given illegal steroids not in compliance with WWE's Talent Wellness Program in February 2006. Benoit received nandrolone and anastrozole. During the investigation into steroid abuse, it was revealed that other wrestlers had also been given steroids.

After the double-murder suicide, former wrestler Christopher Nowinski contacted Michael Benoit, father of Chris Benoit, suggesting that years of trauma to his son's brain may have led to his actions. Tests were conducted on Benoit's brain by Julian Bailes, the head of neurosurgery at West Virginia University, and results showed that "Benoit's brain was so severely damaged it resembled the brain of an 85-year-old Alzheimer's patient."[108] He was reported to have had an advanced form of dementia, similar to the brains of four retired NFL players who had suffered multiple concussions, sank into depression, and harmed themselves or others. Bailes and his colleagues concluded that repeated concussions can lead to dementia, which can contribute to severe behavioral problems. Benoit's father suggests that brain damage may have been the leading cause of the crime. He also confirmed that his son was quietly cremated, but what was done with the ashes is not public knowledge

Known for: Stampede Wrestling 1985-1989, New Japan Pro Wrestling 1986-1994, WCW 1992-1993, ECW 1994-1995, WCW 1995-2000, WWF/WWE 2000-2007




Name: Devil Bhudakahn

Date of Death: July 15, 2007

Age: 32

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: After The Benoit Family Tragedy, and What Chris benoit was responsible for, Bhudakahn who idolized Benoit and even learned and mastered Benoit's wrestling skills committed suicide in almost the same fashion as how Benoit did it nearly a month later

Known for: Pittsburgh wrestling star from PWX Wrestling and Deaf Wrestlefest




Name: John Kronus

Date of Death: July 18, 2007

Age: 38

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: found dead in his fiancée Brandy Laundry's home in Laconia, New Hampshire on July 18, 2007, several days after he had undergone knee surgery. He was 38 years old. Kronus died in his sleep, with his death subsequently attributed to heart failure resulting from an enlarged heart. He was survived by his nine-year-old son, Gage Christian Caiazzo

Known for: ECW & XPW Star




Name: Lita “Latin Hellcat” Marez

Date of Death: July 27, 2007

Age: 69

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Trained by Mildred Burke & Mae Young


Name: Bronco Lubich

Date of Death: August 11, 2007

Age: 81

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Help Trained Stone Cold Steve Austin




Name: Brian Adams

Date of Death: August 13, 2007

Age: 43

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: On August 13, 2007, Adams was found unconscious in his bed by his wife at their Tampa, Florida home. She called 911, but he was pronounced dead by paramedics after they arrived. He was 44 years old. Adams reportedly received illegal steroids in February 2006, including nandrolone, testosterone and HGH. These drugs were speculated to have played a role in his death

Known for: WWF 1989-1990, WWF 1992-1998, WCW 1998-2001, WWF 2001


Name: The Missing Link

Date of Death: August 16, 2007

Age: 69

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWF (1985)




Name: Billy Darnell

Date of Death: September 7, 2007

Age: 81

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWWF Star




Name: "Shocker" Sean Evans

Date of Death: October 2, 2007

Age: 36

Cause of Death: Lung Cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Pittsburgh wrestling star from PWX Wrestling and a top Jobber in WWE & WCW at one point


Name: Fabulous Moolah

Date of Death: November 3, 2007

Age: 84

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Former WWF Women's champion and 1995 Hall of Fame




Name: Angel of Death

Date of Death: November 24, 2007

Age: 53

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: It was reported that Angel was found dead in Bedford, Texas in November 2007. He was found on his couch with the TV remote in hand. His body was claimed by his "little sister", Missy Evans, a close friend for more than 20 years. He did not have close family living near him but a sister that he had not spoken to in more than 20 years was said to be living in Miami at the time of this death. His friends all gathered at a Memorial Service in North Richland Hills, that Ms. Evans planned, on December 8, 2007. Many wrestling greats were there for his sendoff including Terry Taylor and Cowboy Jonny Mandel

Known for: World Class Championship Wrestling star, WCW Wrestler in 1990


2008

Name: Elephant Boy

Date of Death: February 6, 2008

Age: 86

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: wrestled as the Elephant Boy and was managed by Moolah before she was Fabulous




Name: Johnny Weaver

Date of Death: February 15, 2008

Age: 72

Cause of Death: natural causes

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Legendary NWA Wrestler & Former Husband of Legendary Girl Wrestler Penny Banner




Name: Gary Hart

Date of Death: March 16, 2008

Age: 66

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Hart died on March 16, 2008, following a heart attack at his home in Euless, TX, after returning from an autograph session in Pennsylvania.

Known for: Legendary Manager for World Class & WCW




Name: Chase Tatum

Date of Death: March 16, 2008

Age: 34

Cause of Death: drug over-dose

Story of Death: Tatum was found dead at his home in Atlanta, Georgia's Buckhead neighborhood after an apparent accidental drug overdose, on March 23, 2008. His father states that Tatum was planning to enter a rehab facility to help overcome his addiction.

Known for: WCW (1998-2000)




Name: Judy Grable

Date of Death: May 9, 2008

Age: 82

Cause of Death: diabetes, strokes, and Alzheimer's

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Long running feud with Fabulous Moolah in the 1950's




Name: Penny Banner

Date of Death: May 12, 2008

Age: 73

Cause of Death: Cancer

Story of Death: In late 2005, Banner was diagnosed with cancer. In February 2006, the cancer had shrunk considerably after a doctor's check-up. In late 2007, Banner suffered several health crises, including pneumonia, resulting in severe weight loss. She died in her sleep at the home of her daughter, Wendi, in Charlotte, North Carolina on May 12, 2008..

Known for: Legendary Woman Wrestler, The First AWA Women's champion




Name: Killer Kowalski

Date of Death: August 30, 2008

Age: 81

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Kowalski began experiencing escalating health problems in the time leading up to his death. The Sun received the report on Kowalski from his friend, another wrestling legend, Bruno Sammartino, that Kowalski had to go to a rehabilitation center in Everett, Massachusetts, where he was recovering from a knee injury. It seemed he was getting better, until he suffered a heart attack on August 8, 2008. According to Slam! Sports, the Quincy Patriot Ledger, and other sources, Kowalski's family was apprised that he would not recover. When Kowalski was taken off life support on August 18, subsequent news reports erroneously stated that he had died. Just before he passed, he was living in Sydney, NSW Australia, before returning to Boston which was the location of his death. Kowalski died on August 30, 2008

Known for: Legendary Wrestler and Trainer for Triple H, Chyna, Malia Hosaka, Perry Saturn, & April Hunter




Name: Lia Mavia

Date of Death: October 19, 2008

Age: 81

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: The Grandmother of the WWE & Hollywood star The Rock, Wife of WWWF Star Peter Myvia, The Promoter of Wrestling in Hawaii,




Name: S.D. Jones

Date of Death: October 26, 2008

Age: 63

Cause of Death: Stroke

Story of Death: unknown.

Known for: WWF Star of the 70s and 80s

2009


Name: Test

Date of Death: March 13, 2009

Age: 33

Cause of Death: Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: found dead in his Tampa, Florida home on March 13, 2009.Police were called in after a concerned neighbor reported Martin appearing motionless for several hours through a window outside of his condominium. Police retrieved the body after scaling the apartment balcony. He is believed to have died the previous day.[20][21] His death was ruled an accidental overdose of oxycodone. It was later determined by forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu that Martin had severe chronic traumatic encephalopathy, an Alzheimer's-like form of brain damage that fellow pro wrestler Chris Benoit was found to be suffering from shortly before his death in 2007, caused by repeated concussions and sub concussive head injuries. He was cremated & his cremated remains were flown to his family at his hometown of Whitby, Ontario, Canada at an unknown location

Known for: WWE (1998-2004), WWE (2006), TNA (2007-2008).




Name: Steve Doll

Date of Death: March 22, 2009

Age: 48

Cause of Death: Blood Clot

Story of Death: died after a blood clot from his lungs reached his heart

Known For: WWF Tag Team Wrestler from Well Dunn




Name: Abismo Negro

Date of Death: March 22, 2009

Age: 37

Cause of Death: Drowning

Story of Death: found dead on March 22, 2009. His body was found in a river near the town of El Rosario, Sinaloa. According to a bus driver who was transporting Negro and other passengers to Mexico City on Friday night March 20, Negro became agitated, panicked and demanded to be let off the bus despite it being 1:30 in the morning. A text message he sent to his wife after leaving the bus confirms that Negro found himself lost on the dark hillside. After receiving the text message, his wife contacted local wrestling promoter Vicente Martinez, who organized a search party. On the morning of March 22, Negro was found floating face down in the river. Afterwards, medical expert Jesús Enrique Castro López stated that such an anxiety attack could be steroid related, but Palomeque's alleged steroid abuse has not been confirmed. An autopsy was carried out on March 23, which determined that the cause of death was drowning, and no further investigation into the death is planned. A memorial was held in Mexico City on March 24 for friends and family of Palomeque

Known for: AAA Star and TNA Wrestler in 2004




Name: Buddy Rose

Date of Death: April 28, 2009

Age: 56

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Story of Death: On April 28, 2009, Rose was found dead in his home in Vancouver, Washington by his wife. The medical examiner attributed his death to natural causes. Rose, who had struggled with his weight since the late 1980s, was morbidly obese, leading to problems with blood sugar and diabetes

Known for: AWA Tag Team Champion and formally managed by Sensational Sherri


Name: Princess Jasmine

Date of Death: May 8, 2009

Age: 60

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown.

Known for: The Trainer and Star of the First Season of GLOW




Name: John Toles

Date of Death: May 28, 2009

Age: 60

Cause of Death: Kidney Failure

Story of Death: unknown.

Known for: Former Manager of MR. Perfect in the WWF 1991




Name: Mitsuhari Misawa

Date of Death: June 13, 2009

Age: 46

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: On June 13, 2009, Misawa teamed with Go Shiozaki against GHC tag team champions Akitoshi Saito and Bison Smith at Hiroshima Green Arena in a title match. After taking a belly to back suplex from Saito, Misawa lost consciousness and was taken to a hospital. He was pronounced dead in the hospital at 10:10 p.m. JST. The cause of death was later speculated in the official police report to have been a cervical spinal cord injury that caused cardiac arrest; however, Misawa's family invoked a Japanese law that requested the police not publicly release the official cause of death.Misawa's death has caused several wrestling promotions to work toward a stronger approach to regulating professional wrestling in the country.

Known for: Top Japan Star


Name: Waldo Von Eric

Date of Death: July 5, 2009

Age:76

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: known as a storyline brother of Fritz Von Eric and former WWWF Star




Name: Gladys "Killem" Gillem

Date of Death: August 12, 2009

Age: 89

Cause of Death: Alzheimer's disease

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: known for her wrestling days in the 1940's and one of the subjects on the Documentary Lipstick & Dynamite




Name: Capt. Lou Albano

Date of Death: October 14, 2009

Age: 76

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: WWWF Wrestler, WWF Manager of Numerous Tag Team Champions, WWF Hall of Fame, & WWE Ledged,


Name: Umaga

Date of Death: December 5, 2009

Age: 36

Cause of Death: acute toxicity due to combined effects of hydrocodone, carisoprodol, and diazepam

Story of Death: found not breathing with blood coming out from his nose and was rushed to the hospital. Fatu had suffered a heart attack. He was pronounced dead around 7:00 PM central time on December 4, 2009 after suffering a second heart attack

Known for: WWE (2002-2003) & (2006-2009)


Name: DR. Death Steve Williams

Date of Death: December 29, 2009

Age: 49

Cause of Death: Throat Cancer

Story of Death: The throat cancer eventually returned and Williams's health gradually worsened. His last public appearance was at the K&S Wrestlefest Wrestling Convention on December 12, 2009, in Carteret, New Jersey. On December 29, 2009, Williams died at St. Anthony Central Hospital in Denver from throat cancer. He was 49 years old.

Known for: Former WWF & WCW Wrestler


2010



Name: Ludvig Borga

Date of Death: January 8, 2010

Age: 47

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: On January 8, 2010, Halme died of self-inflicted gunshot wound from an unlicensed handgun he used. He was 47 years old. His body was found two days later. Following his death WWE hall of famer Jim Ross in an article with the sun stated "I won't speak at length about those that have passed away but Tony obviously had issues and was not a great guy to be around. Perhaps others have a different view of this man but I personally found him to be somewhat obnoxious and he could be a bully if allowed to be such. "Guys like Halme don't mix well in any locker room and need to be removed from the 'team' sooner than later." Ross added: "I still feel badly about the last years of Tony's life as things really unraveled for him seemingly due to alcohol and drug issues

Known for: WWF Wrestler from 1993-1994


Name: Ida Mae Martinez

Date of Death: January 19, 2010

Age: 78

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: Legendary Female Wrestler that worked for Billy Wolfe


Name: Jack Brisco

Date of Death: February 1, 2010

Age: 68

Cause of Death: complications from open heart surgery

Story of Death: Unknown.

Known for: 2008 WWE Hall of Fame

Name: Angelo Poffo

Date of Death: March 4, 2010

Age: 84

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Legendary Pro Wrestler and the Father of Randy Savage & Lanny Poffo




Name: Guy Mitchell

Date of Death: March 11, 2010

Age: 68

Cause of Death: Alzheimer's

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WWWF Star




Name: Sandy Scott

Date of Death: March 11, 2010

Age: 75

Cause of Death: pancreatic cancer

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: the 1980s, he was an office executive for Jim Crockett Promotions (JCP).When JCP was purchased by Ted Turner and renamed World Championship Wrestling (WCW), he continued to work for the company. He also acted as the host for WCW WorldWide.

In 1991, he helped found Smoky Mountain Wrestling with Jim Cornette, Tim Horner, and Stan Lane

Name: Tom Burton

Date of death:  March 29, 2010

Age: unknown

Cause of death: unknown

Story of death: unknown

Known for: WWF, AWA, WCW Wrestler, boyfriend of Candie Devine




Name: Chris Kanyon

Date of Death: April 2, 2010

Age: 40

Cause of Death: Suicide

Story of Death: Kanyon had been suffering from bipolar disorder and in the weeks prior to his death, he had threatened suicide. On April 2, 2010, his brother, Ken Klucsarits, found him dead in his Sunnyside, Queens, New York apartment with an empty bottle of anti-depressants. He left behind a note for his family apologizing

Known for: WWF Tag Team & WCW US Champion




Name: Grizzy Smith

Date of Death: June 12, 2010

Age: 77

Cause of Death: Alzheimer's disease

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: legendary pro wrestler and the father of WWF stars Jake The Snake Roberts, Rockin Robin, & Sam Houston




Name: Trent Acid

Date of Death: June 18, 2010

Age: 29

Cause of Death: Drug Over-dose

Story of Death: On June 18, 2010 at approximately 9:00 AM, Acid, 29, was found dead at his home by his mother. It was later determined that Acid had died because of a drug overdose

Known for: ROH 2002-2003




Name: Toni Adams

Date of Death: June 24, 2010

Age: 45

Cause of Death: full cardiac arrest

Story of Death: Toni Adams, now known as Toni Gant, was hospitalized in June 2010 due to an abscess infection in her abdomen. She was hospitalized again in full cardiac arrest in late June, and died on June 24, 2010 at the age of 45. Upon her death, she was engaged to Leonard Donahoo. She is survived by three sisters, son Chris Adams Jr, daughter Tori Gant, and one grandchild

Known for: Former Valet & Wife of the Late Chris Adams and known for her feuds with Jeannie Clark and Stone Cold Steve Austin




Name: Lance Cade

Date of Death: August 13, 2010

Age: 29

Cause of Death: Accidental intoxication of drugs

Story of Death: On August 12 2010, Cade went to his father (Harley McNaught's) work place at a Red McCombs Toyota car-dealership in San Antonio, TX. From there he went to his father’s residence as well as sleeping there for the night. He was found dead at his father’s residence on August 13, 2010 at the age of 29 of apparent heart failure in San Antonio, Texas. Cade's wife Tanya had noticed that Lance was not looking well in the week prior to his death, and he was taken to a hospital on August 10 with difficulty breathing, but discharged himself the next day. Two months later on October 13, the medical examiner in San Antonio ruled his death as "accidental," stating that intoxication from mixed drugs complicated a cardiomyopathy and caused his death.

Known for: WWE Star 2003-2008

Name: Skandar Akbar

Date of Death: August 19, 2010

Age: 75

Cause of Death: Unknown

Story of Death: On August 19, 2010 it was reported that Skandar had died. The cause of the death is currently unknown. However, fellow wrestling manager Paul Bearer speculates that it may have been prostate cancer

Known for: Former WWWF Wrestler and evil manager in world class wrestling

Name: Luna Vachon

Date of Death: August 27, 2010

Age: 48

Cause of Death: accidental overdose of oxycodone and benzodiazepine.

Story of Death: On the morning of August 27, 2010, she was found dead at her Florida home, when her mother called on her. She was 48 years old. According to the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Florida, she died from an "accidental overdose of oxycodone and benzodiazepine". Investigators previously found crushed pill residue and snorting straws at multiple locations inside Luna's house. Luna became addicted to medication at some point and underwent rehabilitation, paid for by WWE, which she completed in June 2009.

She was buried in a ceremony open to immediate family only, at the ranch formerly owned by her close friend and godfather André the Giant.

Known for: WWF (1993-1994), ECW (1995), WCW (1997), WWF (1997-2000)


Name: Tony Borne

Date of Death: August 27, 2010

Age: 84

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: Legendary Wrestler and Father of WWF Star Doink The Clown better known by his real name Matt Borne


Name: Basion Booger

Date of Death: September 11, 2010

Age: 53

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Story of Death: Unknown

Known for: WWF (1993-1994)





Name: Gaint Gonzalez

Date of Death: September 24, 2010

Age: 44

Cause of Death: diabetes

Story of Death: unknown

Known for: WCW 1989-1992, WWF 1993, the Tallest Wrestler in History of Wrestling




Name: King Curtis Iaukea

Date of Death: December 5, 2010

Age: 72

Cause of Death: unknown

Story of Death: unknown.

Known for: Former WWWF Tag Team Champion











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