Dusty Rhodes Dead: WWE Legend Dies At 69

June 12, 2015 - WWE

This is so sad. WWE fable Dusty Rhodes, also famous as ‘The American Dream’ has upheld divided during a age of 69.

WWE luminary Virgil Runnels, improved famous by his theatre name Dusty Rhodes, sadly upheld divided during a age of 69 on Jun 11. “The American Dream” was one of a many successful wrestlers of all time, and a WWE is ravaged by this loss.

The WWE reliable a news of Dusty’s death. “WWE extends a sincerest condolences to Runnels’ family, friends and colleagues,” a organization told HollywoodLife.com in a statement. This is such a unhappy detriment for a WWE community.

Emergency personnel arrived during Dusty’s residence in a early morning on Jun 10, after removing a call that a 69-year-old masculine had fallen, TMZ reports. He was taken to a hospital, and eventually upheld divided with his family members by his side. The site also reports that a wrestler gifted “numerous complications” via a night before his death.

Dusty is survived by dual sons who are also large names in a wrestling community, Goldust (Dustin) and Stardust (Cody), as good as daughters Teil and Kristin Runnels, and a wife, Michelle. He also had 3 grandchildren.

The wrestling luminary was a huge, obvious name in a WWE, and is one of usually 6 wrestlers to be inducted into a WWE, WCW, Professional Wrestling and Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fames. He was a National Wrestling Alliance’s World Heavyweight Champion 3 times, and was famous for his implausible mind in entrance adult with story lines, as good as his charismatic and drastic impression in and out of a ring.

Our thoughts are with Virgil’s family during this formidable time.

— Alyssa Norwin