WWE Hall of Famer identified in deadly lorry accident
April 5, 2018 - WWE
WWE fable “Luscious” Johnny Valiant died Wednesday morning after he was strike by a pickup lorry while channel a travel in a Pennsylvania town.
Valiant, whose genuine name is Tommy Sullivan, was 71 years old.
According to internal TV hire WPXI, Valiant was rushed to a circuitously hospital, where he was conspicuous passed not prolonged after a occurrence occurred on a bustling travel in Ross Township. He was after identified as a wrestling Hall of Famer.
Valiant done a name for himself on a WWE circuit in a 1970s when he won dual World Tag Team Championships, once in 1974 with storyline hermit Jimmy Valiant and a second in 1979 with hermit Jerry.
After timid from competition, Valiant managed Hulk Hogan in a American Wrestling Association before returning to a WWE, that was famous afterwards as a WWF, to conduct Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine.
Valiant was inducted into a WWE Hall of Fame in 1996.
Ross Township Det. Brian Kohlepp told a hire a military are still questioning a crash, though after vocalization to witnesses “there’s no denote this was anything other than a terrible accident.”