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Pro Wrestler Brian Crush Adams found dead

The 44-year-old WWE wrestler Brian "Crush" Adams found dead in his home.

Pro Wrestler Brian Crush Adams found dead The former pro wrestling champion Brian "Crush" Adams was found dead in his Tampa, Florida home on Monday. According to the police report, there were no signs of injury and foul play is not suspected at this time. The authorities are awaiting the autopsy and toxicology results.

 Adams' wife found him unconscious and not breathing, and she called 911 around 11:00am. The Fire Rescue workers were the first on the scene, pronouncing Brian Crush Adams dead.

 The wrestling career of Brian Crush Adams started with the nickname "The American Ninja" when he was a part of the tag team called "The Wrecking Crew". He was given Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship in 1990, which he lost later to Scott Norton.

 In 1990 Adams became the third member of the WWF team Demolition with the nick name Crush. Due to the Freebird Rule,  Brian Crush Adams instantly became a WWF World Tag Team Champion without actually being involved in winning the title. In 1991 Adams went back to the PNW, but in 1992 rejoined the WWF. During his time with the WWF, in 1995 Brian Crush Adams was arrested and jailed briefly in Hawaii for purchasing steroids and owning an illegal stun gun. He last performed for the World Wrestling Federation in 2001.

 Brian Crush Adams retired in 2003 after suffering a spinal injury. His death comes just a couple of months after Chris Benoit killed his wife and son, then committing suicide. Later last month another former pro wrestler, John Kronus, was also found dead at home, at the age of 34.

Published on 08/14/2007

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