WWE Broadcaster & Manager Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan died at age of 73 :- Well, the very sad news is coming out of the whole WWE universe people. As per the reports, the legendary wrestling commentator and manager Bobby Heenan died Sunday at 73. Also, the reports are saying that the whole world is in very deep shock and sources are saying that everyone in the WWE universe sharing their condolences for this very sad moment.
Reports are coming that the former wrestling broadcaster “Mean” Gene Okerlund posted on Facebook that Heenan’s daughter, Jess, confirmed Heenan’s death. Yes! Sources reports are saying that the official reports are out and you can say that it is now confirmed that Heenan dies. Also, the whole world is now talking about him and his work.
Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan Died at age of 73
Check out some social media reaction-
Jim Ross “The news of Bobby “The Brain” Heenan’s passing today gutted me. I loved our time together. No one ever did it better than the Wease.”
Ric Flair “Bobby Heenan… The Greatest Manager, One Of The Greatest Announcers, And One Of The Best In-Ring Performers In The History Of The Business”
Christopher Daniels “Rest in Peace Bobby Heenan. Such an important thread in the fabric that is the professional wrestling of my youth!
Dave Meltzer “Bobby Heenan just passed away a few hours ago. He was the best ever at what he did.”
Heenan is arguably the greatest manager in wrestling history. His list of clients is a who’s who of legends: Andre the Giant, Rick Rude, Harley Race, Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Mr. Perfect and Nick Bockwinkel.