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Bayley Paid Tribute To Sara Lee At Extreme Rules (Photo)

Bayley loses to Bianca Belair at Extreme Rules 2022 WrestleFeed App

• Bayley Paid Tribute To Sara Lee At Extreme Rules (Photo)

Sara Lee, who was the female winner of the Season 6 of WWE Tough Enough in 2015, has passed away.

She was 30 years old. She married former WWE wrestler Wesley Blake in 2017 and they have 3 children.

The wrestling world was shocked by her passing and they are doing everything they can to help Sara’s family.

Over $100,000 have been raised for the “Sara Lee Memorial Fund” on GoFundMe.

Former Women’s Champion Bayley tweeted the following about her late friend:

“In wrestling, people that you didn’t know yesterday can become the ones you spend every day with for years.

Even if that changes for whatever reason, there’s forever a bond. A family.

I’m thinking of EVERYONE during this time. I hope Sara & the Weston family feels our hearts ❤️🕊”

Bayley also paid tribute to Sara at Extreme Rules, by writing Sara on her wrist tape.

At Extreme Rules, Bayley lost to RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair in a Ladder Match.

Also Read: Bray Wyatt Comments On Ex-WWE Wrestler Wesley Blake Losing His Wife Sara Lee

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 76th birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend “Loch Ness” Giant Haystacks (Real name: Martin Ruane).

The gigantic super-heavyweight Wrestler made a name for himself in the UK during the 60s, 70s, 80s & early 90s, but also wrestled in Canada, Austria & Germany for a while.

His rivalry with fellow UK Wrestling Legend ‘Big Daddy’ is now considered one of the greatest feuds in european Wrestling history.

In 1996 Giant Haystacks was signed to a World Championship Wrestling contract by WCW president Eric Bischoff, but was renamed Loch Ness.

As a member of Kevin Sullivan’s Dungeon of Doom faction he was supposed to feud with Hulk Hogan, but ended up leaving the promotion after only a few months, when he was diagnosed with blood cancer.

Giant Haystacks aka Loch Ness weighed 690 lbs (313 kg) when he was at his heaviest ever, which makes him #5 on the list of the heaviest professional wrestlers of all time: https://wwfoldschool.com/the-12-heaviest-pro-wrestlers-in-history-2/4/


October 10, 1946 – November 29, 1998

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