Deaths in wrestling that hit the hardest? | Page 2

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    Warrior being inducted, giving that end of life speech and then passing away was quite haunting.
     
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    Owen. Built a new house and was planning on retiring when his contract expired.
     
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    Misawa was unreal, Eddie and Benoit were kinda crazy but I didn't cry. For some reason when Piper died I was fine until someone sent me a link to his theme song on my phone. I opened it while driving and I started crying. Dusty was hard too.
     
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    Eddie, Dusty and Macho.
     
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    Favorite Pre-Hulkamania = Bruiser Brody
    Favorite New Generation = Owen Hart
    Favorite Monday Night era = Chris Benoit
    Favorite overall wrestler = Randy Savage

    I just gave up.
     
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    Taker when Kane lit him on fire inside the casket at Rumble 98.

    I still can’t believe the Ministry hanged him. What a way to go.
     
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    He was a westsider. Strong breed.
     
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    Bobby hit me pretty hard too, he was one of the major voices of my childhood.
     
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    Chyna was sad. She seemed to be in a good place.
     
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    Fucking brutal. A part of me died that day.
     
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    A lot of my favourites died while I was lapsed, so none of those really affected me.

    Since I've been on my nostalgia trip though, I've found a few quite sad:
    Piper
    Dusty
    Chyna
    Tom Zenk
    Axl Rotten
    Heenan - Although, I don't feel as positively about him now, as I did before.

    And yet, guys like Ian Rotten and New Jack continue to live...
     
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    Eddie and Benoit. I miss Chris's wrestling style.
     
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    Weird to say, but Chris Benoit is still #1 for me.
     
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    Roddy because he was clean, sober, living the good life and stress killed him according to his best friends.
     
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    Owen Hart and Chris Benoit for sure. Both were two of my favourites as a kid. When they did that angle where Owen was European champ and was injured and had that impromptu match with Triple H and they screwed him, I was so pissed I refused to watch WWF for like a year.

    Benoit was my favourite wrestler when I was a kid, just loved his style and gimmick. I still remember me and my buddies going nuts when he won the World title in 04. And to have him be a wife/child murdering piece of shit, that was so fucked.
     
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    Owen Hart for sure.

    Growing up watching Stampede Wrestling made me a fan.

    Hell lastnight i watched the Rumble and during that horrid tag match i was reminiscing about all the great tag matches that i grew up watching.

    A young Owen and Bret Hart against the Vietcong Express, those matches for some reason i really remember for being just so fast and athletic it was like wrestling was changing from the grinding match-ups of old to just a new level of fast athletic transitions.
     
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    Eddie was my favorite wrestler. I bawled like a baby at his his tribute video, and I still get goosebumps every time I watch the finish of the match where he reached the top of the mountain. The postmatch celebrations with fans and his family are fantastic.

     
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