View Full Version : "Macho Man" Randy Savage dead at 58
Blackbeard D. Kuma
He just passed away today in a car crash. It turns out he had a heart attack while driving and crashed head-on into a tree. Sad news indeed. He was a wrestling legend and won't be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. RIP Macho Man.
Damn what a bad way to go...I'll never eat SlimJims the same...Oddly can't remember his catch phrase right now, but he'll be missed because of it..
RIP Macho Man.
Damn what a bad way to go...I'll never eat SlimJims the same...Oddly can't remember his catch phrase right now, but he'll be missed because of it..8Igui65gY5M
No, not the Macho Man! I just saw a Video game Ad featuring him and now he's gone.
Randy Savage was a wrestler that truly deserved to be classified as legendary. One of the greats of the 80s and early 90s. His matches in that period were some of the best. Winning the WWF title at WM4. His feuds with Hulk Hogan, Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat. Randy Savage vs The Ultimate Warrior at Summerslam 1992 with Mr. Perfect and Ric Flair ringside was a good one and one I watch many times over. And Randy Savage was one of the better retirement match storylines (done in 1991 from memory), back when they actually meant something.
RIP Macho Man.
RIP Randy Savage.
We should all go out and buy Slim Jim's in honor of this icon. I loved Macho Man and he was apart of my early childhood. Really does seem like the glory days are fading.
I'll hand it him -- while I'm not a fan of wrestling -- I can say: He had a unique way of talkin'
I would like to lodge a lawsuit to whoever is up there - why is he/she/it taking away all the good people in this world on a frequent basis, while only taking the bad ones rarely?
If afterlife exists, I hope that he gets a match in that side's wrestling federation against OBL.
I'm gonna miss him.
This was the WWE All-Stars ad he did.
R.I.P Macho Man.
He'll be sorely missed, especially by the wrestling fan community; he and Hogan and many old-timers helped made WWE a household word. Apart from the Slim Jims, I'll never forget his colorful shades he wore often in many variations to match his equally colorful ring costume.
He's dropping elbows with the big dogs now :(
That pic actually made me shed a tear...
Rest in Peace, Macho Man. You will be missed.
Read it yesterday.
Surprised, my aunt was a big fan.
Hope he's at peace.
Apparently this is why the rapture didn't happen today.
I though Jesus just wanted a SlimJim.
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