Mad Dog Vachon Death

mad dog vachon death

Mad Dog Vachon Death – Natural Causes 1929-2013 (age 84) Joseph Maurice Régis Vachon, best known to wrestling fans as “Mad Dog” Vachon, wrestled for the AWA throughout the 70s and 80s. Born in Montreal, Mad Dog is the uncle of the late Luna Vachon. Mad Dog Vachon peacefully died in his sleep on November 21, 2013. He was 84.In 2010, Mad Dog Vachon was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Please check back soon as we’ll be expanding on the career and death of Mad Dog Vachon.

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Al Green Death

al green death

Al Green Death – Health issues related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 1955-2013 (age 57) Alfred Dobalo, known to wrestling fans as Al Green, saw moderate success in the early to mid 90s during his run with WCW. Green wrestled under a variety of monikers, perhaps most notably as “Blade”, where he teamed up with Kevin Nash (“Steel”) to form the Master Blasters. He also wrestled under ring names “Rage”, and his final WCW gimmick as “The Dog”. On the independent scene, Green wrestled as Al “The Enforcer” Knitti – one half of a tag team called The Dixie Mafia. Though he never reached upper card status in a major promotion, Dobalo did face some top tier opponents while wrestling for WCW, including Goldberg. Getting any major TV time, even if you’re jobbing, can be considered a success in the ruthless industry of professional wrestling where only a select few make it to

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Paul Bearer Death

paul bearer death

Paul Bearer Death – Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) 1954-2013 (age 58) Best known as the charismatic manager of the Undertaker with an unforgettable high pitched voice, Paul Bearer was one of the most recognized wrestling managers in the WWE throughout the 90s and 2000s. For Paul Bearer, real name William Moody, death was a part of life, as he was also a licensed mortician and worked for many years in the funeral industry before his employment in the wrestling world. Sadly, the beloved wrestling personality’s death came much too soon at the age of 58. Although TMZ reported Moody’s death as a heart attack, William Moody’s son, Daniel Moody offered us the following: “He died of A-fib. He had a booking in Chicago, forgot to bring a jacket, got sick and was put into the hospital three days after returning home.” Breaking Into the World of Wrestling William Moody AKA Paul Bearer had wrestled as

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Matt Osborne Death

doink the clown death

Matt Osborne Death – Drug Overdose 1957-2013 (age 55) The early 90s was a transitional period for the WWE. Lots of silly gimmicks came and went. Although the gimmick of Doink the Clown gets a lot of flack by todays standards, there’s no denying that the man under the costume had a lot of talent. I’m of course referring to Matt Borne. Born Matthew Wade Osborne, he was only 55 years old when he died. Early Days in Wrestling Osborne received notriety in the mid 80s as “Maniac” Matt Borne, wrestling with WCCW in Texas. Osborne made his WWF debut in March 1985. He participated in a number of low card matches, including one against Ricky Steamboat at the very first WrestleMania. After a brief break from professional wrestling, he returned to the ring with WCW. He wrestled under the name “Big Josh” from 1991 to 1992. A Villainous Clown Matt Osborne didn’t hit

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