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Top brutal injuries in pro wrestling <Part 2>

Wresting is considered as one of the most dangerous sport because almost wrestlers have to face injuries after matches. Although the rule has been changed dramatically to prevent serious injuries, even death in wrestling, there are many accidents to happen and repeat.

The truth that wresters are great and brave to overcome scaring and join their sport by 100% energy. So, spectators can see amazing pro-wrestling matches.

In this article, we refer some brutal injuries related to pro wresting matches. It is a small part among many serious stories about brutal accidents in this sport.

1/ Brock Lesnar destroyes neck of Hardcore Holly

Brock and Hardcore are equally appreciated. If Brock is better at strength and durability under attacking, Holly is more experienced about performance. This match is expected to follow by spectators.

However, before the match, Brock is sick and not enough strong to defeat Holly as his real ability. But then he makes impressive action by a powerbomb which is a serious move. The fact that, powerbomb is difficult to take action successfully because it requires the maximum power to feel down the opponent. Finally, Brock does this pose successfully and destroys Holly’s neck. It is really a downright gross.

2/ Randy Orton snaps his collarbone against HHH

In pro wrestling, being broken a collarbone is extremely painful and terrible which prevents the next performance of any wrestler. The truth that Randy Orton takes this pose to HHH leading to the most devastating injury for HHH. He is thrown out of the ring powerfully. It’s really wrong and shouldn’t happen for one match.

3/ Brock Lesnar makes a shooting star press

It’s shocking and a little funny when Brock Lesnar makes himself to go off the top rope while he is carrying a shooting star press. It looks incredible but actually it happens with a pro wrestler so that he moves high-flying.

8 WWE wrestlers that died unexpectedly in the history (Part 2)

Randy Savage (Age 59)

Randy Savage also died of a heart attack in 2011. He was carrying his wife in the car, then a heart attack came, he lost control and the car crashed into a tree on the side of the road. Although Savage’s wife had not suffered any significant injuries after the accident, Savage was pronounced dead at the scene due to a heart attack, a condition he was not even aware of.

Similar to The Ultimate Warrior, Randy Savage also died of a heart attack in 2011. He was carrying his wife in the car, then a heart attack came, he lost control and the car crashed into a roadside tree. Although Savage’s wife had not suffered any significant injuries after the accident, Savage was found dead at the scene due to a heart attack, a condition he was not even aware of. Savage is finally named in WWE’s hall of fame and is remembered as one of the greatest wrestlers.

Chris Candido (Age 33)

Chris Candido has a pretty boring wrestling career, except for the early years when he was still at WWE, but when starting in 2005, he began to prove himself while playing at TNA. Candido is not only successful in his wrestling career, he is also successful in his personal life, he recovers and relies on drug and alcohol success. However, he broke his leg while playing, his wounds show symptoms of blood clotting and killed him at the age of 33.

Bruiser Brody

When he arrived in Puerto Rico to compete, Brody was called to the bathroom to talk to another wrestler. Not sure what was going on, but the witnesses in the dressing room told each other that they had heard fighting in the bathroom area.

One of the witnesses ran in and saw Brody collapsed in a pool of blood while another wrestler was there with a knife in his hand. Vrody was taken to the hospital but it was too late. He died on the way, he told everyone there that he loved his wife and children.

Brian Pillman (Age 35)

Brian Pillman was scheduled to compete in the fall of 1997 at a WWE pay-per-view event, but in the end he didn’t show up, police broke the door to his room and found his body. It was later announced that he died of heart disease at the age of 35.

8 WWE wrestlers that died unexpectedly in the history (Part 1)

WWE wrestling is known as an extremely violent entertainment sport, even though the battles on the arena are arranged to win and lose before and carefully trained, this is actually a sport which you can bet on. However, the number of wrestlers who die young on or off the field for a variety of reasons is also numerous.

Here are 5 WWE Wrestlers who die unexpectedly at the peak of their careers.

Eddie Guerrero (Age 38)

Eddie Guerrero was found dead at his hotel room in 2005 in Minneapolis. According to his wife, Guerrero did not feel well during the week, after which his death was revealed to be due to heart disease, which shocked many in the wrestling world. 

Eduardo Gory “Eddie” Guerrero Llanes (born October 9, 1967 – died November 13, 2005) is a Mexican-American professional wrestler. He used to wrestle and was famous at WWE. He has won many world championships.

Umaga (Age 36) 

Umaga had heart disease but died from brain death, Umaga slept while watching TV and a few hours later his wife found out that he had stopped breathing and had a nosebleed. The doctor breathed an oxygen bottle to endure his life but later learned that he could no longer hope, so he took the oxygen cylinder and Umaga died. Umaga died at 6 o’clock on December 4, 2009.

Chris Benoit (Age 40)

In June 2007, the Benoit family of Benoit and his wife and children went missing for days. The police eventually discovered their body in their own home.

The authorities believed that Benoit had strangled Nancy (Benoit’s wife) and Daniel (Benoit’s son), over the next 3 days, he decided to hang himself at his home. Benoit had been diagnosed with a mental illness, but no one realized the disease was so serious.

The Ultimate Warrior (Age 54)

The Ultimate Warrior was a wrestler legend of WWE, but he passed away at the age of 54 on April 8, 2014, only three days after he was nominated for WWE’s hall of fame. According to reports, he held his chest and collapsed right next to his wife, just outside a hotel. An ambulance was immediately brought to the hospital, but the doctors could not help it.

Revealed that he died of a heart attack, many of his friends witnessed and told him he was sweating and panting all day before his death. His death was the latest tragedy for WWE.

List of the richest WWE male wrestlers in the world (Part 2)

4. Big Show

The name Big Show partly helps people remember the ability of wrestlers to rank 4th in the list of the richest wrestlers in this world. Big Show is the heaviest and biggest wrestler in the WWE world. He has been in this profession since his early teens and is now one of the most famous wrestlers in the world. His income is $ 30 million.

5. Triple H

This wrestler ranks 5th on the list with an income of $ 25 million. His real name is Paul Michael Levesque but he is famous for the Triple H name, which stands for the phrase Hunter Hearst Helmsley, is one of the greatest wrestlers of WWE courtesy. He currently plays for Raw and SmackDown of WWE and also holds the position of Managing Director (COO) at WWE.

6. Kurt Angle

Kurt Steven Angle (born December 9, 1968) is an American professional wrestler, actor, and former amateur wrestler. Nicknamed Kurt Angle, he is the 6th on this list of the richest wrestlers with an income of $ 20 million.

7. Chris Jericho

As a wrestler, Chris Jericho has an attractive appearance and always appears with stylish clothes when standing on the ring as well as normal life. His income is $ 18 million. This wrestler also participated in acting, radio broadcaster, rock singer.

8. Shawn Michaels

Shaw Michaels is one of the first wrestlers at World Wrestling Entertainment, and started working for the company since 1987. He has won many titles such as WWF Championship (3 times), World Heavyweight Championship (5 times) , WWF Intercontinental Championship (3 times).

He came in 8th place with an income of $ 17 million. He used to suffer injuries and is no longer participating in this tournament but his name is still very prominent at WWE.

9. Mark William Claway

Mark William Claway began his career in 1990 at Fritz Von Erich’s World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) wrestling club (a famous American professional wrestler). His nickname is The Undertaker and is the most mentioned wrestler in WWE history.

His fierce appearance scared many rivals. Mark William Claway ranked 9th on the list of the 10 richest WWE wrestlers in the world with an income of $ 16 million.