Sir Oliver Humperdink Death

sir oliver humperdink death

Sir Oliver Humperdink – Complications from Pneumonia and Bladder Cancer 1949-2011 (age 62) John Sutton, known to wrestling fans as Sir Oliver Humperdink, was a manager with a career spanning three decades. Perhaps best known as the manager for the original Hollywood Blonds, Sir Oliver also managed several other notable talent including Greg Valentine, and One Man Gang early in their careers. 1980: Sir Oliver with the late Lord Alfred Hayes Sir Oliver and Bam Bam After spending considerable time with FCW (Florida), Sir Oliver transitioned to the WWF (now WWE) in 1987. He managed Bam Bam Bigelow, notably making an appearance at WrestleMania IV. The duo would move to NWA in 1988. By the early 90s, Humperdink was with WCW under the unfortunate moniker of “Big Daddy Dink”. Notably during his WCW Run, Humperdink managed one of the last incarnations of the Freebirds. Sir Oliver Humperdink Death Slam reports that Humperdink

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Randy Savage Death

randy savage death

Randy Savage Death – Heart Disease 1952-2011 (age 58) On May 20, 2011, fans around the world mourned the loss of the charismatic “Macho Man”. Known to friends and family as simply Randy Poffo, Randy was recognized worldwide by his famous wrestling alias “Macho Man” Randy Savage. His long time valet in the ring, Miss Elizabeth passed away in 2007. Randy Savage’s death seemed surreal. The legendary wrestler was unstoppable in his career. A career which spanned 30 years with over 20 title runs. Savage passed away from heart failure. At the time, he was driving, his wife Lynn Payne beside him. They were traveling in his Jeep Wrangler in Seminole, FL, a community close to Tampa. Major news outlets including ABC, CBS and Fox cover the death of “Macho Man” Randy Savage When Savage became unresponsive while behind the wheel that morning, his foot laid on the gas pedal, and the Jeep went

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