Deaths caused by The World Wrestling Entertainment – WWE features

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  • Deaths caused by The World Wrestling Entertainment – WWE features

Most of the people think the wrestling ring is a stage of artists. Still they come out of their houses to enjoy with their friends and families. Though, they are aware of the fact that everything happening inside the arena is pre-planned and is kind of a drama or a movie. They are big fans of their idols, love their bodies and copy their style. Wrestling is a complete sport. It originated over fifteen thousand years ago. It was the best sport for the Ancient Greece Olympic Games. It is a type of martial arts that include grappling holds, clinch fighting, joint locks, takedowns, pins and throws. The rules vary depending on modern or traditional style of wrestling. The wrestling techniques have been integrated in hand to hand combats as well.

Professional wrestling in form of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is the popular of its kind these days. Aristocrats, businessmen, athletes and various people from different communities have come out as wrestlers. The wrestlers build their bodies according to their needs but continue to develop it for their fans. They start using steroids and different kind of stuff to increase their muscles. Besides that, they are bound to exercise regularly to keep their body fit and attractive as a public demand. Some of them get addicted to drugs to such an extent that they end up insane, crippled and many other diseases. Many wrestlers in the professional wrestling had to give up their lives. Wrestlers who performed at WWE expired entertaining the people.

Chris Von Erich was the youngest wrestler in the history of wrestling to depart at the age of twenty one. His brother also died at a young age on twenty three. Louie Spiccoli died at the age of twenty seven and Art Barr died at the age of twenty eight. Test was thirty three years old when he passed away. Owen Hart and Yokozuna died at the age of thirty four. Owen Hart was injured inside the wrestling arena. He was unable to retain his breath and lost his life. Brian Pillman died at the age of thirty five. Umaga died at the age of thirty six. Eddie Guerrero died at the age of thirty eight. Davey Boy Smith died at the age of thirty nine.

Chris Kanyon and Chris Benoit died at the age of forty. Rick Rude died at the age of forty one. Big Boss Man and Mike Awesome died at the age of forty two. The two female wrestlers are also included in the list. Nancy Benoit died at the age of forty three and Miss Elizabeth at the age of forty four. Curt Hennig and Giant Gonzalez also died at the age of forty four. Bam Bam Bigelow died at the age of forty five. Andre the Giant and Hawk died at the age of forty six. Ludvig Borga died at the age of forty seven. Luna Vachon passed away at the age of forty eight. Sherri Martel and Steve Williams died at the age of forty nine. Moondog Spot died at the age of fifty one. Norman the Lunatic died at the age of fifty three. The Angel of Death died at the age of fifty four. Giant Haystacks died at the age of fifty five years old. Moondog King died at the age of fifty six years. Bulldog Brown died at the age of fifty eight. Ray Stevens died at the age of sixty. Sapphire died at the age of sixty one. Karl Krupp died at the age of sixty two. Bulldog Brower died at the age of sixty three.

The charismatic and tough looking performers look immortal but still they are also human beings. They perform having medical back up but still lose their lives only for the entertainment of the people.

 

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