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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 14, 1979) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 1979, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Billy McGuire (Real name: Billy McCrary) at the age of 32 due to a motorcycle accident.

Him and his brother, Benny McGuire, not only wrestled as “The McGuire Twins”, by far the heaviest Tag Team in professional wrestling history, but they also made the Guinness Book of World Records as the “World’s Heaviest Twins”.

At his heaviest, Billy was 784 lbs on his own, and together they weighed around 1500 lbs.

During their professional wrestling career in the 70s, the McGuire Twins wrestled all over the United States in several territories, as well as Canada & Japan.

They were also famous for riding on their Honda motorcycles, which they were referenced for in many different TV shows & movies over the years.

† REST IN PEACE BILLY MCGUIRE

December 7, 1946 – July 14, 1979

• WWE Hall Of Famer Thinks He Has COVID-19

WWE Hall Of Famer Diamond Dallas Page (age 64) fears that he has contracted the Coronavirus. He posted a video on his YouTube channel, where he explained why he thinks so.

All of this started when Brittany & Paige went to a bridal shower and DDP & Paige started feeling sick after a few days. They got tested for the virus, but the result came back negative. However, things started getting worse after a few days.

He stated that his voice got raspy and sleeping was almost impossible for him. He described it as feeling like The Big Show had a hold of his back. The pain didn’t go away for days.

He added that “we don’t know what to believe, but what I’m telling you what really happened.” He got tested for COVID-19, but the result came back negative.

His doctor told him “that’s gotta be a mistake.”

You can watch the video that he posted below:

Also Read: Former WWE Wrestler Tested Positive For COVID-19

        
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