Seven Pro Wrestlers that Died Too Young

1. Chyna aka Joan Laurer: She was the wrestler that could take on the men of the WWE and a key member of D-Generation X (being their laconic enforcer/bodyguard) when their original storyline stable started and caused trouble in the WWE. All of this earned her the title “Ninth Wonder of World.” Her death was a shock when she was found dead at her home Redondo Beach, California on April 20, 2016. Ironically her death was followed by the death of pop star Prince the very next day. She was 46 years of age.

2. Eddie Guerrero: This man had an on-screen relationship with Chyna, although he stayed faithful to his real life wife Vickie Guerrero until the very end. On November 13, 2005, Guerrero was found dead in his hotel room in Minneapolis, Minnesota by his nephew Chavo who is also a Pro Wrestling Superstar in his own right. The cause of Guerro’s death was heart failure. He was 38.

3. Randy Savage: Love him or hate him the man was indeed a superstar in the Pro Wrestling world. We knew him best for his deep raspy voice his flamboyant ring attire, the use of “Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1/Land Of Hope And Glory” and making the famous Sir Edward Elgar composition his own. In his own words “Oooh yeah!” However Death himself was awaiting to make his move on the Macho Man, and one day when Savage was driving his Jeep with his second wife Barbara Payne, he would suffer a heart attack that cause the Jeep to crash into a tree. At first it would be believed that Savage died in the crash. The autopsy confirmed he died of atherosclerotic heart disease. Savage was 58.

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