Road Warrior Animal Passes Away at 60

Some unfortunate news today as wrestling tale as well as WWE Hall of Famer Joe Laurinaitis, referred to as Roadway Warrior Pet, has died at age 60.

TMZ reports that Pet passed away of all-natural causes while remaining at the Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, Missouri.

Animal teamed with the late Hawk to develop the Roadway Warriors/Legion of Doom throughout the 1980s and also 90s, becoming one of one of the most prominent tag acts in battling background.

Without you, the roadway would certainly not have actually been paved. #RIPAnimal #OhWhatARush

—– Dax FTR (@DaxHarwood) September 23, 2020

I’& rsquo; ve often been asked & hellip;

“& ldquo; Who is the best Tag Team of All Time?”

& rdquo; The solution has constantly coincided.

Rest in Power brother. 💪 🏽

My honest condolences to family members, close friends and also followers of Pet throughout the world. #RIPAnimal

—– Bully Ray (@bullyray5150) September 23, 2020

This pain. So distressed to hear the handing down Pet. He constantly had a minute for anybody & & would grin when I asked him if he would certainly see my match

Well & hellip; we understand now when we below that loud boom over our heads, that God is currently experiencing that Road Warrior POP. #RIPAnimal

—– James Tornado (@JamesStormBrand) September 23, 2020

WWE is saddened to find out that Joe Laurinaitis, understood to WWE followers as Roadway Warrior Animal, has died.

WWE expands its condolences to Laurinaitis’ & rsquo; household, buddies and fans.

—– WWE (@WWE) September 23, 2020

In behalf of everyone below at Vortainment, our thoughts and also prayers are with the friends and family of Joe Laurinaitis.

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