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According to report from multiple sources, a former WWE Superstar has passed away; he died at age 50.

The former WWE (then-WWF) Superstar Buddy Wayne died after been knocked down by heart attack as confirmed by several professional wrestlers and pro wrestling personalities on Twitter, including Mauro Ranallo whose Tweet can be seen below.

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As his death rings hard in the heart of Professional wrestlers, Davey Boy Smith Jr. eventually took to his Twitter account and posted a tribute to Buddy Wayne.

For the heck of it, we mean to note that Buddy Wayne was a professional wrestler and wrestling trainer who wrestled extensively throughout North America during his career.

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After making his debut in 1985, Wayne had wrestled for both the WWE and WCW and had matches with the likes of Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon (Scott Hall), Bam Bam Bigelow, and Edge during his tenure with the WWE.

While several individuals wonder about his heart challenge in regards to what must have cost him his life, reports reaching us categorically state that Buddy Wayne had a record of heart problems and made his return to in-ring wrestling in 2013 after two open heart surgeries.

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That was odd, isn’t it?

Well, while you may want to ask when exactly Wayne retired from professional wrestling, we bring it to your notice that Buddy Wayne never officially retired from professional wrestling and frequently wrestled alongside/against his students on various independent wrestling promotions.

Wayne passes away, leaves behind his wife and a son.

And finally for the love and deep respect for Wayne, we send our condolences to the wife, child and family members as well as friends. May his soul rest in peace and even his memory will continue to live on through his school and his students, we dare say.