Say no to drugs: Checkout 4 wrestlers who died from Overdose drugs.
By FingerKinger | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 15078 views
Overdose Drug is bad and it has caused a lot of harm in our society. Drugs have led to so many people’s death An day failure. So in this article, I will be showing you 4 wrestlers who died from Overdose Drugs.
2 . Michael John Lockwood, also known as crash holly was an American professional wrestler. He Died in 2003, due to Pulmonary aspiration as a result of Overdose Drugs. See his photo below.
3 . Andrew James Robert Patrick Martin was a Canadian professional wrestler and actor. Andrew James died in 2009 due to the overdose of Oxycodone. See his photo below.
4 . Michael Bell was an American professional wrestler who worked for the World Wrestling Federation and Extreme Championship Wrestling as Mike "Mad Dog" Bell. He died in 2008, from Myocardial infarction due to intake of Overdose Drugs. See his photo below.
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May their souls rest in perfect peace.
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