Wrestling managers, remember those? For whatever reason, WWE has currently devalued the presence of a manager in today’s era.
Long gone are the days of wrestling managers running stables such as “The Heenan Family”, “The Million Dollar Corporation”, or any of the factions run by “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart.
Are wrestling managers a lost art? Or is simply an old school thing that doesn’t have a place in today’s wrestling world?
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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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