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Mexican lucha star Emilio Charles Jr., who wrestled in the 1980s and 1990s has passed away from kidney failure. He was 56. December  2012

  • Savannah Jack, real name Jack Russell, who wrestled for Bill Watts' UWF in the mid-1980s, passed away on January 17 2012. He was 63.

    Referee Paul Morton passed away Friday December 17, 2010. Morton was also the father of Rock n Roll Express' Ricky Morton.

    August 14, 2010

    Lance Cade (real name Lance
    K. McNaught)  died this morning at the age of 29.

    June 25, 2010

    El Scorpio, real name Rafael Nunez, passed up today in Mexico. he was 57.

    April 21, 2010

    “Gorgeous George” Grant, who was one of the imitators of the more famous Gorgeous George Wagner, died today in in Columbia, SC. He was 85.

    April 3, 2010

    Former WCW and WWE wrestler Chris Kanyon has died at the age of 40 from an over dose of pills. He was found in his appartment.

    His real name Chris Klucsaritis, is best remembered for his work in WCW, as the masked Mortis then later using the Kanyon name, also being part of the InVasion in WWE.

    he suffered from bipolar disorder and had apparently battled with suicidal thoughts in the past, including an admitted sleeping pill overdose in 2003.

    March 24, 2010

    Former WWE referee Jack Savage passed away on Sunday at the age of 60. Savage refereed in Boston and Pennsylvania for the WWE and was at most WWE television tapings in Pennsylvania during the late 1970s and early 1980s. 

    March 22, 2010

    WWE Hall of Famer "Baron" Mikel Scicluna (Mike Scicluna) passed away Saturday at the age of 80. Scicluna was born in Malta but spent much of his life living in Toronto.

    March 15, 2010

    Francois Miquet, who's ring name was Corsica Joe, died in Nashville, Tn., at the age of 90.

    JANUARY 2010

    Hall of famer ...JACK BRISCO (68 years old)

    1941 - 2010


    January 22, 2010

    Finland officials have stated that Tony Halme (Ludwig Borga) took his own life with a pistol. He was dead for two days before his body was discovered on January 10.

     January 20, 2010

    Female wrestler Ida Mae Martinez Selenkow  passed away...she was 78

    December 29, 2009

    Wrestling legend Steve "Dr. Death" Williams lost his battle with cancer and has passed away. 


    December 4, 2009

    Eddie Fatu, best known as Umaga from his days in WWE, died today in a Houston hospital following a heart attack. He was 36.


    August 13, 2009

    Women's wrestling pioneer Gladys "Kill'em" Gillem died . She was 87. 



    July 24, 2009

    Former WWE developmental wrestler Damien Steele died Wednesday. An autopsy is being conducted to determine the cause of death. 

    March 2009

    Former WWE star Andrew "Test" Martin has died at his condo in Tampa Bay, Florida. He was 33 years old. 


    January 2009

    Dianne Moody, the wife of 30 years to former WWE manager Paul Bearer (William Moody), passed away January 31st in her sleep at age 48 at their home in Mobile, Alabama. She had been battling cancer for years. They have two sons, Michael and Daniel, and Daniel has been wrestling as D.J. Pringle.

    October 16, 2008

    The Wrestling Observer reported earlier today that Jack Reynolds, a wrestling announcer in the NWF, IWA and WWF in the 1970s and 80s passed away earlier this morning at the age of 71.
    Reynolds had been in the hospital following heart bypass

    April 13, 2008

    "Wild" Bill Savage, died April 13th, in Portland, Oregon. He had been hospitalized for close to a year suffering from Alzheimer's.


    Gary Hart died Sunday March 16, 2008 ...as a manager..he had one of the greatest minds for professional wrestling.


    January 17, 2008

    Ernie Holmes, who was part of the "Iron Curtain". defense of the NFL Pittsburgh Steelers, died in an auto accident. He was 59.


    December 23, 2007

    Greg Gillies, better known to fans in British Columbia as Mr. Gillis and Doby Gillis, died on Sunday of a heart attack at his home in B.C. He was 44. He has two children

    Born in Cornach, Saskatchewan on June 14, 1963, Gillies broke into pro wrestling in 1985

    November 2007

    Dave Sheldon
    a 1980s wrestler known as the Angel of Death, the Russian Assassin and the Black Scorpion, has died in Bedford, TX.
    He later Sheldon managed a gentlemen's club near Dallas.
    He was 43.

    November 2007
    Jack Dempsey
    has died at the age of 87. Born Thomas Moore, Dempsey was among the biggest names in England during the 1950s. He was the country's Welterweight champion on numerous occasions.

    November 2, 2007
    Lillian Ellison, better known to the world as The Fabulous Moolah, has died. She was 84.
    She was recognized by the McMahon WWWF and WWF for 28 years.
    Moolah controlled women's wrestling, by training future grapplers at her Columbia, SC estate -- where she died on a Friday night -- and then booking them in territories and promotions across the globe.
    A member of the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame since 2003, Moolah was also inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1995.

    She will be missed


    Tom "E.T." Stanton. Described by friends and family as "a stand-up guy" and "an inspiration," passed awayon October 22, 2007 after a long battle with Cancer

    Sean "Shocker" Evans

    The man known as "Shocker" shocked his family and friends
    when he passed away on October 2, 2007 from lung cancer. He was not a smoker.
    He was diagnosed with cancer in spring of 2006. Former WWE diva Amy " Lita " Dumas helped headline a benefit in September 14, 2006 in Atlanta to assist in his medical bills and create awareness.

    Evans was engaged to be married when he was diagnosed with cancer. Friends and family members were at his side when he died.

    October 4, 2007
    Sean Evans, who wrestled occasionally for ECW and around Georgia died recently from lung cancer. He was 36.


    August 13, 2007

    Brian Adams, who worked as Demolition Crush and was half of the Kronic tag team, has been found dead in his bed by his wife. He was 44


    July 29, 2007
    Scientificwrestling.com is reporting the death of Karl Gotch on Saturday evening. Gotch is infamous for his strong style and training of many Japanese wrestlers. He was 83 years old

    July 19, 2007
    George Caiazo, better known as John Kronus, was found dead today at his apartment in New Hampshire.... no other details are available at this time
    Kronus's death follows several other passings, including fellow ECW alumni Chris Benoit ,Nancy (Woman) Benoit ,Bam Bam Bigelow and Mike Awesome , as well as several other legends such as Sherri Martel ,Bad News Allen Coage ,Ernie Ladd Arnold Skaaland among others.

    Monday, June 25, 2007

    WWE.com has reported that Chris Benoit, his wife Nancy (known in the wrestling world as Woman) and their son 7 year old Daniel were found dead in their home. An Apparent Murder/Suicide

    June 2007

    "Sensational" Sherri Martel died at the age of 49.
    She passed away at her mother's home in Birmingham, Ala.
    Born Sherri Russell in New Orleans on February 8, 1958,

    March 2007

    "Big Cat" Ernie Ladd, a star NFLer and wrestler, and manager Arnold Skaaland both died this month
    Skaaland was 82,
    Ernie Ladd, 62, from Cancer

    February 17, 2007
    Former ECW World Champion Mike Awesome (real name Michael Alfonso), was found dead in his home on Saturday evening. He was 42 years old.
    was found hanging in his home, found by friends, and suicide is suspected.


    January 19, 2007

    was found dead in his home in Pasco County, Fla.

    Bigelow, 45, worked for WWE, ECW and WCW extensively throughout his 20-year sports-entertainment career. A former ECW Champion, ECW Television Champion and WCW Tag Team Champion, he is perhaps best known for his rivalry with Lawrence Taylor that culminated in the main event of WrestleMania XI in 1995.


    JULY 16, 2006
    Bob Orton Sr. At age76 Just
    a week before his 77th birthday.
    He had suffered a heart attack on Friday at home, and another at the hospital. He had an eight hour surgery that gave him a 20 percent chance to survive; he did, but about 10 hours after the surgery he passed away,

    Grady Johnson, who was far better known as "Crazy
    Luke" Graham, passed away from a suspected
    heart failure.

    Graham, who got his wrestling name when he was a tag
    team partner of Dr. Jerry Graham in the 60s, was a
    headliner throughout North America during the 60s and
    70s, hitting nearly every major circuit.


    John "Earthquake" Tenta
    June 7, 2006
    John "Earthquake" Tenta passed away this morning at the age of 42 after a lengthy battle with bladder cancer. Tenta is survived by his wife and three kids.

    May 2006
    "Apache" Bull Ramos
    died May 2006
    at 69 years of age
    After he quit wrestling in the 1980s, Ramos ran a wrecking service in Houston, Texas
    He suffered from Diabetes and countless other health issues, which included his blindness.



    In October 2006 Noble was diagnosed with the fourth stage of stomach cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments were unsuccessful and doctors were unable to do anything more.
    Kay died Thursday, April 27 in Amarillo, Texas,


    Monday March 20, 2006
    "Iron" Mike Koncur, of Winnipeg. The strongman was not sick, but, died in his sleep at the age of 72

    Eddie Guerrero died November 13, 2005 at age 38
    He was found dead on a Sunday morning in his hotel room in Minneapolis, Minnesota after missing a wake-up call.
    No cause of death has been reported, Guerrero is survived by his wife Vickie and three daughters: Shaul, 14, Sherilyn, 9, and Kaylie Marie, 3.

    Born Edward John White on May 18, 1949 in St. John's, Newfoundland-Labrador Died in a hospital August 26, 2005

    Ed White, who as half of The Moondogs held a WWWF tag strap as Moondog King has died at age 56. recognizable for his tattoos and missing front teeth. He battled alcohol and drug problems, and after serving jail time found God.
    White also had many health issues over the last number of years.

    He died Thursday July 21, 2005 at the age of 76
    A series of recent strokes was believed to be the cause of death at the Baylor Hospital.

    JULY 16, 2005

    Miguel Perez Sr., one-half of one of the most successful tag teams of all time, died Saturday July 16, 2005 at the age of 68. Perez suffered a heart attack while taking a morning shower at his home in Puerto Rico.

    JULY 3, 1965 - JULY 11, 2005

    Shin'ya Hashimoto has died at the age of 40. The official report from Tokyo Broadcasting System is that he died of a brain hemorrhage in Yokohama city hospital.

    CHRIS CANFDIDO _ 1972-2005

    Thursday April 28,2005 Chris Candido passed away. Chris died due to a blood clot brought on by complications with his surgery. Chris was only 33 years old.

    "Dandy" Jack Donovan, died Saturday November 27, 2004... just after his 76th birthday.

    THE BIG BOSSMAN: Ray Traylor died September 22, 2004.
    Traylor, 42, had not been complaining of any pain recently other then a bad knee. His wife, Debbie, found him not breathing, and paramedics could not revive him. He was 6 foot -6 and 330 lbs. He has two daughters.
    Traylor was a prison guard in Cobb County, Georgia before becoming a wrestler.
    Info credit: (Wrestling Observer.)

    Lucha legend Dr. Wagner died on September 12, 2004
    Dr. Wagner, one of the legends of lucha libre, passed away from a heart attack at his home in Torreon, Mexico. He was 68.
    Wagner is survived by his wife Magdalena and his children Oscar, Mayra, Juan Manuel and Cesar

    On August 1, 2004
    KEN TIMBS: passed away at his home in Atlanta, Georgia with his family by his side. He had a hereditary heart condition and had been in poor health for some time.

    Ken was one half of The Fabulous Blondes and The Hollywood Blondes, has died after a lengthy battle with cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure. He was 53.
    Timbs is survived by his wife of 28 years, Juanita, with whom he had eight sons and one daughter.

    June 30, 2004

    Sandor Kovacs, a former wrestler and promoter, died at the Lakeview Nursing Home in Vancouver, BC after a long struggle with Alzheimer's disease. He was just a week shy of his 84th birthday.

    June 20, 2004
    In Yauco, Puerto Rico, veteran wrestler Víctor "The Bodyguard" Rodriguez suffered a heart attack and died after his match. He was 38.

    June 7, 2004
    Michigan wrestler and promoter "Sweet Daddy" Malcolm Monroe died. He had a blood clot burst in his brain. Monroe was a pioneer of sorts of the hardcore promotion and worked with Insane Championship Wrestling, among other promotions.

    June 4, 2004

    Kurt Von Brunner died. He was best known for the awesome heat-generating tag team, the Von Brauners with Canadian Doug Donovan.

    January 20, 2003

    The Sheik is dead.

    Professional wrestling villain Edward (The Sheik) Farhat pioneered the "hardcore" school that dominates the field today, and generations of fans loved to hate him.

    He died in Williamston near Lansing at age 76 of heart failure, said his son, Edward Farhat Jr.

    REAL NAME: David Smith
    BORN: November 27, 1962 in Manchester, England
    DIED: May 18, 2002 in Invermere, B.C.
    HEIGHT: 5 ft. 11 in.
    WEIGHT: 260 lbs.
    HOMETOWN: Leeds, United Kingdom.
    FINISHING MOVE: Running Bulldog Powerslam.

    MAY 6, 2004

    Pepper Gomez, who was known as "The Man with the Cast Iron Stomach" and was a major star in California and Texas.

    He had the the first of two emergency surgeries in early April, and was unconscious since the second surgery on April 16.

    Real name, Joseph (Jose ) Gomez, the 1949 Mr. California was a bodybuilder, debuted as a pro wrestler in January 1953

    'Love Machine' Art Barr
    Art's death received major media coverage in Mexico. He made the cover of Box y Lucha, the oldest wrestling magazine in the world, becoming the first non-Hispanic wrestler in the magazine's 47-year history to make the cover.
    On November 23rd, while home for Thanksgiving, Art passed away in his sleep. He had a mixture of alcohol and drugs in his blood stream. He was only 28.

    Andre the Giant
    REAL NAME: Andre Rene Roussimoff
    AKA: Jean Ferre, Giant Machine, the Colossal Connection (with Haku)
    7'4", 380-520 pounds (varied considerably throughout his career)
    BORN: In Grenoble, France
    DIED: January 30, 1993 at 46

      Though Andre The Giant was not a Canadian, we will lay claim to him because he was truly a citizen of the world. And because he made his North American debut in the province of Quebec and lived in Montreal in the early 70s. For a time, he was also co-owner of the Montreal promotion, and a restaurant in Montreal called Le Picher

    Junkyard Dog:
    Sylvester Ritter, known to pro wrestling fans as the "Junkyard Dog", was killed in a car accident on Interstate 20 in central Mississippi. He was 45. Ritter, was from Charlotte, N.C.,

    Damien, the 12ft python that Jake "the snake" Roberts brought to the ring, has died. The former WWE star is being brought up on animal cruelty charges and could face up to six months in jail.

    Tunney dies at 68
    Feb. 2, 2004
    Jack Tunney, who portrayed the president of WWE from the mid-1980s to the mid-90s and also headed up WWE's Canadian division, has died.
    Tunney passed away in his sleep, reportedly of a heart attack, on Saturday, Jan. 24, at the age of 68. His funeral was Tuesday.

    MOONDOG SPOT: on November 29, 2003 of a heart attack after wrestling in a match.

    OWEN HART..............................wrestling harness accident in 1999

    STU HART............Owens Dad............2003

    THE ROAD WARRIOR HAWK..........heart attack

    CRASH HOLLY..........................drugs and alcohol (alone) was

    staying in Steven Richards home in Florida

    Jerry" THE WALL" TUITE.............acute heart attack after a match

    in Japan



    FREDDIE BLASSIE...........old age

    * Adrian Adonis
    * André the Giant (André Roussimoff)
    * Giant Baba (Shohei Baba)
    * Big Boss Man (Ray Traylor)
    * Fred Blassie (Frederick Blassman)
    * Dino Bravo (Adolfo Bresciano)
    * Bruiser Brody (Frank Goodish)
    * British Bulldog (David Smith)
    * Big Daddy (Shirley Crabtree)
    * Big Dick Dudley (Alex Rizzo)
    * James Dudley
    * Bobby Duncum, Jr.
    * Giant Haystacks (Martin Ruane)
    * "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (Thomas Gilbert)
    * The Grand Wizard (Ernie Roth)
    * Owen Hart
    * Stu Hart
    * Hercules Hernandez (Ray Fernandez)
    * Crash Holly (Mike Lockwood)
    * Miss Elizabeth (Elizabeth Heulette)
    * Gorilla Monsoon (Robert Marcella)
    * Mr. Perfect (Curt Hennig)
    * Junkyard Dog (Sylvester Ritter)
    * Brian Pillman
    * Pitbull #2 (Anthony Durante)
    * "Bomber" Pat Roach
    * Road Warrior Hawk (Michael Hegstrand)
    * "Ravishing" Rick Rude (Richard Rood)
    * Big John Studd (John Minton)
    * Sailor Art Thomas
    * The Wall (Jerry Tuite)
    * "Gorgeous" George Wagner
    * Yokozuna (Rodney Anoai)

    Former WWE promoter and on-screen President Jack Tunney has passed away on Saturday January 24th according to the Toronto Sun. He was married with two children and was 68 years old. Tunney joined the then WWF in July of 1984 as a promoter in Canada for the company and stayed loyal, fighting other competing promoters. As a thank you McMahon gave Tunney an on-air role as WWF President until he left the company in 1995.

    credit (wrestlingdotcom)

     Louie Spiccoli, 27; Crash Holly , 32; Eddie Gilbert, 33; Owen Hart , 33; Chris Candido , 33; Adrian Adonis, 34; Yokozuna , 34; Brian Pillman , 35; Eddie Guerrero , 38; Davey Boy Smith , 39; Johnny Grunge , 39; Rick Rude , 41; Miss Elizabeth , 42; Big Bossman , 42, Dino Bravo , 44; Mr Perfect Curt Hennig , 44; Bam Bam Bigelow , 45, Junkyard Dog , 45; Road Warrior Hawk , 45; and Big John Studd, 46. Michael Alfonso 42

    Deaths in their 40's

    Bam Bam Bigelow - 2007 / 01 / 19 (45)
    » Bobby Duncum, Jr. - 2000 / 01/ 24 (34)
    » Brady Boone (referee) - 1998 / 12 / 16 (40)
    » Brian Adams - 2007 / 08 / 13 (44)
    » Chase Tatum - 2008 / 03 / 23 (34)
    » Chris Adams - 2001 / 10 / 07 (46)
    » Chris Benoit - 2007 / 06 / 24 (40)
    » Curt Hennig - 2003 / 02 / 10 (44)
    » Davey Boy Smith - 2002 /05 / 17 (39)
    » Eddie Guerrero - 2005 / 11 / 13 (38)
    » Elizabeth -2003 / 05 / 01 (42)
    » Emory Hale - 2006 / 01 / 28 (36)
    » Johnny Grunge - 2006 / 02 / 16 (40)
    » Joey Maggs - 2006 / 10 / 15 (37)
    » Kanyon - 2010 / 04 / 02 (40)
    » Louie Spicolli - 1998 / 02 / 15 (27)
    » Mark Curtis (referee) - 1999 / 09 / 08 (37)
    » Randy Anderson (referee) - 2002 / 05 / 05 (42)
    » Ray Traylor - 2004 / 09 / 22 (41)
    » Rick Rude - 1999 / 04 / 20 (40)
    » Renegade - 1999 / 02 / 23 (33)
    » Rocco Rock - 2002 / 09 / 21 (50)

    Additionally, six more talents
    who joined WCW after 1998 have since passed on - Chris Candido, "Dr.
    Death" Steve Williams, Mike Awesome, Rhonda Singh, Sherri Martel and The
    Wall. All six deaths listed occurred before the age of 50.


    Chris Candido


    Chris Candido started his wrestling career in 1986 after being trained by wrestler Larry Sharpe. He was a great talent who could both wrestle and entertain a crowd at the same time. He first gained prominence in Jim Cornette's Smokey Mountain Wrestling promotion and quickly won the company's United States and Television Championships. He also met his future wife Tammy Sytch while working in Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Around the same time he was also apart of ,in my opinion one of the greatest promotions ever, Extreme Championship Wrestling. There is where he won the Tag Team Titles with both Lance Storm and Johnny Hot Body. Whenever ECW is mentioned, you may think such names as Sandman and Sabu but his name also comes to mind as he was a major player in that federation. With all the success that he attained from working in SMW and ECW, he finally got the call up from the WWF in the year of 1995. upon entering the fed he was managed by Tammy (then known as Sunny) and was given the persona of Skip the fitness guru. He always wrestled good matches and was a regular on Raw is War. however his greatest claim to fame in the WWF was when he teamed with Tom Pritchard (playing Zip) forming thetag team known as the Bodydonnas. They eventually won the tag team titles and held it from March 31st(Wrestlemania 12) 1996 to May 5th of that year. After the run with the titles Chris Candido left the WWF and went back to ECW for a few years before entering World Championship Wrestling. He joined Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff's New Blood Stable and won the cruiserweight championship. He then got fired from WCW and went on to Xtreme Pro Wrestling and the independent scene. He won various titles during his time in the independents before beginning a career rebirth in Jeff Jarretts Total Nonstop Action Promotion. I last saw him in February at NWA cyberspace in a match he had with Frankie Kazarian he put on one of the best matches I have seen and I was hoping that he would be a major superstar in TNA. He took on many of their superstars and was a shoe in for X division champion but unfortunately he broke his leg at TNA's Lockdown ppv and after he received surgery he passed away. In his last appearance before his untimely death he helped the Naturals win the TNA tag titles . Now he is in wrestling heaven and we will all miss the superstar that was Chris Candido. Rest in Peace Chris and may your legacy live on..........

    Steve Urena


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