Randy Savage

July 1, 2011 by Post Team 

Randy SavageRandy Savage, Former professional wrestler “Macho Man” Randy Savage died of a heart Disease and not the accident was involved in, according to an autopsy released Thursday. Wild, who hit a tree with his Jeep Wrangler 2009 in Seminole, Florida on the morning of May 20 had an enlarged heart with severe atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries, the Pinellas-Pasco Office of Medical Examiner reported.

According to, William Pellan, director of the office of coroner of the investigation, said Savage suffered no trauma of the accident and had nothing to do with his death.

He just happened to drive when he had a cardiovascular event. ”

He may have had a heart attack, Pell said. He may have had some type of arrhythmia and heart stopped beating, or your heart may just have stopped beating, he said.

“We see no evidence that (heart attack), he died immediately,” said Pell.

The St. Petersburg Times reported that Pellin Savage tested the blood of drugs and alcohol and that the time of the death of former wrestler, had a blood alcohol level of 0.031, below the legal limit of 0.08.

Pellan Savage also said he also had the painkiller hydrocodone in the blood, the newspaper said. But the amount of drug in your body does not suggest abuse.

U.S. today looked at the issue of health of the fighters in 2004 and again in 2007, several months after Chris Benoit killed his wife and son before committing suicide. The story of 2007 indicated that based on a 2004 study and follow-up, “at least 70 professional wrestlers and 45 young people died from diseases related to steroids, illegal drugs and devastating injuries.”

Note that Savage, whose real name was Randy Poffo, died at the age of 58 and he was not involved in any type of steroid, either in history. Unfortunately, it is another ex-fighter who has not reached their “golden years” because of heart problems.

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