WWE Star ‘The American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes Dies during 69
June 11, 2015 - WWE
Wrestling star “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes — whose genuine name is Virgil Runnels — died Thursday, Variety.com reported. He was 69.
The WWE pronounced in a matter that it is “deeply saddened” by Runnels’ death, and as a WWE Hall of Famer and three-time NWA Champion he was “one of a many enthralling and charismatic total in sports party history.”
The means of Rhodes’ genocide was not released.
WWE Star Triple H initial announced a news on Twitter:
Rhodes, who rose to stardom in a 1980s and 1990s, was inducted into a WWE Hall of Fame in 2009.
“WWE extends a sincerest condolences to Runnels’ family, friends and colleagues,” a wrestling association said.
Other veteran wrestling stars common their memories Thursday of a Austin, Texas-born Runnels on amicable media:
I was so respected to write Dusty Rhodes’ thesis strain “common man” – a American Dream and Dusty will live on perpetually – adore ya Dream
— Real Jimmy Hart (@RealJimmyHart) June 11, 2015
I’ll perpetually be in debt for all we taught me. Thank we Dream. RIP Dusty Rhodes.
— NEVILLE (@WWENeville) June 11, 2015