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Former WCW Valet Was Murdered 14 Years Ago Today

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• Former WCW Valet Was Murdered 14 Years Ago Today

On this day in 2007, we lost Old School WCW Valet Woman (Nancy Sullivan / Nancy Benoit) at the age of 43 due to a homicide by strangulation.

Former WCW & ECW valet Woman was actually murdered by her husband Chris Benoit and – despite a huge amount of FAKE conspiracy theories, FAKE evidence and FAKE videos all over the internet – this is exactly what happened and, like it or not, the F.B.I. report is the closest everyone will ever get to finding out what really happened back then. Everything else was made up and is nothing but a bunch of lies & fabricated bullsh*t.

Nancy made her in-ring debut in 1984 for Florida Championship Wrestling. She became a part of her ex-husband Kevin Sullivan’s stable “The Satanists”, which also included wrestlers The Lock, Luna Vachon, The Purple Haze & Sir Oliver Humperdink.

She made her WCW debut in 1989 as Robin Green, a fan of Rick Steiner, who later turned heel on Steiner, joined forces with Sullivan and became “Woman”. She also appeared on Smoky Mountain Wrestling TV along with Sullivan.

Woman made her ECW debut in 1993 and also managed The Sandman over there after Sullivan left. Nancy married Chris Benoit in 2000 and by now everyone knows how things went down in June of 2007.


May 17, 1964 – June 22, 2007

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 22, 2009) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away

On this day in 2009, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend Billy Red Lyons (Real name: William Snip) at the age of 77 due to cancer.

Canadian Wrestling Legend Billy Red Lyons wrestled for various territories during the 50s, 60s, 70s and early 80s.

In 1984, 1985 & 1986, Lyons was the announcer, interviewer & ring announcer for the World Wrestling Federation during their weekly TV show ‘WWF Maple Leaf Wrestling’.

His famous catchphrase was “Don’tcha dare miss it!”.


May 17, 1932 – June 22, 2009

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