Miss Elizabeth Death
May 24, 2011 by staff
Miss Elizabeth Death, More than a quarter of the artists who participated in 1991 at Wrestlemania VII died, a website of wrestling states in the wake of the death of “Macho Man” Randy Savage. The Wrestling Observer newsletter found that 14 of the 51 artists at the event have died in the last 20 years, with many deaths attributed to drug use (link is subscription only).
The list of wrestlers who have died since 1991 include some of the biggest stars of the sport as Savage, Andre the Giant, and Miss Elizabeth The British Bulldog. The causes of death are suicide attacks, assassinations and the heart, some the result of years of anabolic steroid use. Wild died last week after suffering an apparent heart attack at the wheel of his truck. His ex-wife, Miss Elizabeth, died after an overdose of a variety of drugs in 2003.
As the list is a sobering reminder of the realities of a make-believe sport like professional wrestling. Not all men and women are playing a role in his own death; referee Joey Marella was the victim of an automobile accident that occurred on his way home from a party.
As wrestlinginc.com points out, none of the 44 holders of the Super Bowl played in 1991 have died and only two of 44 fighters who had a championship belt this year have gone.
At 58, Savage became almost a decade since some of his companion’s dead.
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