Randy Savage Wife
May 20, 2011 by staff
Randy Savage Wife, Former wrestler Macho Man Randy Savage has died in a car accident on Friday in Tampa, Florida, according to TMZ. Savage was allegedly driving his Jeep Wrangler in Florida when it veered off the road and a half after suffering a heart attack behind the wheel. His wife, Lynn, who had been married a little over a year, survived the crash with minor injuries, while Savage was killed by. TMZ also reports that police say alcohol was not a factor. The Macho Man was 58 years old.
Randy Savage was once the main rival of Hulk Hogan in the kitsch world of the 1980 pro wrestling, mixed dementia, turning preacher rants, often fueled by man’s questions straight from the “media” Gene Okerland.
Highly respected in the WWF (now WWE) and other (read: script) wrestling league, was married to Elizabeth Hulett, or Miss Elizabeth, the “manager”, but the two divorced in 1992. Hulett died of a drug overdose in 2003.
A fan favorite for a long time, and rival of the biggest stars in wrestling year 80 (when it was his tag team partner, that is), Savage made a name for himself in the mid- 80′s on Tuesday Night Titans, then part of the young promoter Vince McMahon World Wrestling Federation. In 1985, the Corps of the popular show Saturday night event that put the WWF on the map of professional wrestling, Savage defeated Tito Santana in a title match for the Intercontinental Belt, but was denied the prize after to win by a count out (a no-no in wrestling false). There was later to claim the prize, and 1987, at Wrestlemania III, perhaps in what some consider the most tense wrestling match of all time default, Savage would be against Ricky Steamboat in the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac Michigan in front of 93.173 fans, a record number of people to watch a live sporting event at the time in North America, and a record that held until last year’s NBA All-Star Game.
Wild come to have some of the most memorable rivalries (the likes of Jake the Snake Roberts and Ted “The Million Dollar Man” DiBiase) and friends, with people like Hulk Hogan, with whom he formed one of the most durable tag teams of all time, the Mega Powers. His career culminated in professional wrestling in his self-coronation as the King Macho, after defeating Jim Duggan, the “Saw” fame.
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