Lex Luger Death

May 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Lex Luger DeathLex Luger Death, Macho Man Randy Savage, the wrestling icon is also known to generations of field as the man Slim Jim, died in a car accident early Friday, TMZ reported.

Savage, who had 20 championships during his wrestling career, he had a heart attack on a highway in Tampa, Florida, lost control of his vehicle, crossed oncoming traffic and struck a tree, according to TMZ.

The police did not immediately confirm Savage’s death, aged 58, publicly.

Their slogan “Ooh yeah” was often paired with a shiny tiara and may be of the same suit. Wild, almost always wore sunglasses. According to his Wikipedia page, which also offers some of the details then Savage’s father was a wrestler in the 1950′s and 60’s; Wild and Young began fighting in 1973.

Savage joined the World Wrestling Federation’s Vince McMahon in 1985 and later became an intercontinental champion. For a time, Hulk Hogan was his teammate, a fighter who once beaten twice at Madison Square Garden, creating one of the best-known duos of the decade of 1980.

Savage, who retired in 2005, was for a time she married her manager, Miss Elizabeth Ann Hulett. He died in 2003 in a house she shared with wrestler Lex Luger.

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