Breaking News: Popular Professional Wrestler Is Dead; He Died While Sleeping In The Afternoon — See What Led To His Death…

American heavyweight title champion has just passed away; he died while sleeping in the afternoon when it was least expected.

We’re sad to inform you that popular pro wrestling legend has died this afternoon after battling with a number of health issues. F4wonline.com reports that he died while sleeping at the age of 78.

One may ask, “What led to his death? What was he into? What are his contributions in the professional wrestling industry?” If you are one of those asking such questions, here are the answers.

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F4wonline.com has just reported that Stampede Wrestling legend Archie “The Mongolian Stomper” Gouldie has passed away this afternoon while asleep at the age of 78. The report detailed that The Mongolian Stomper had been down for a while following complex health issues and recently things got worse for him when he fell and broke his hip which organically made him visit the theatre for hip replacement surgery and in the process he died.

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Few other basic things we would love to note concerning the life of Gouldie is while he traveled around the globe doing his work, reports revealed that he was one of greatest heel in the account of Stampede Wrestling and his death was so touching owing to the fact that he wrestled with Alzheimer’s for a while before death caught up with him.

Gouldie’s wrestling career also recorded the defeat he gave former NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor in the North American heavyweight title tournament finals which gave him the edge to become the first North American heavyweight title champion who held the title for 14 times between 1968 and 1984. What a remarkable record he sealed!

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Gouldie tough ex-football player did several matches in Calgary, and on one encounter Stu Hart beat him hands down because Gouldie challenged him with the presumption that wrestling was fake and easy. He apologized later and got trained by Hart and the rest is history.

Hence, on behalf of the staff and management of WrestlingNewsPlus.com, our condolences go to the family, friends and relatives of Gouldie. May his soul rest in peace: amen!