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WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley has paid tribute on the passing away of WWE legend, as he passes away leaving WWE stars in tears and mournful.

The world lost an iconic artist today, as Marvel mastermind Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95. Lee was most famous for creating legendary comic book characters including Spider-Man, The X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvel heroes.

WWE star and New Day member Xavier Woods, who is a big comic book and video game fan, reacted to the news of Stan Lee’s passing on Twitter, noting that Lee’s work played a huge role in the person Woods is today.

Woods is not the only professional wrestler to react to Stan Lee’s death, as current Lucha Underground Champion Marty The Moth, real name Martin Casaus, reacted with the following comment on Twitter.

“Wow. This man is responsible for most peoples childhoods and now adulthoods. RIP Stan Lee. What was your favorite stan lee cameo?

As we reported earlier, that another wrestling legend has passed away 7 hours ago. You can see the reactions from various wrestling stars below.

Austin Creed aka Death Reheated
Just heard about Stan Lee passing away. Sad to hear the news but extremely happy to have had the opportunity to enjoy his work. He brought smiles, entertainment, and hope to so many hearts and minds. His characters play a huge role in who I am today. Thank you for inspiring me

Kenny Omega submitted his tribute with these words:
One of the greatest humans in all of our existence. The legend will forever live on. RIP

Mick Foley paid tribute with these words:
RIP Stan Lee, part of my life since my 10 year monthly #Hulk subscription started in 1973. I loved talking to him at Comic Cons – Stan was a wrestling fan –
and will always look forward to my children shouting out his @Marvel movie cameos.

WWE Ember Moon paid tribute with these words:
My heart hurts right now!

In the past, pro wrestlers have commented on comic book characters and superheroes of the literary world inspiring their on-screen wrestling characters, which is why the death of Stan Lee might be particularly difficult for members the wrestling world.