Brad Armstrong Dead At 51

WWE just confirmed here on dot com that Brad Armstrong, 51, was found dead on Thursday. According to their official statement, Armstrong saw his physician last week for a medical issue and was found unresponsive Thursday morning.

Brad worked for World Championship Wrestling in the 90′s and briefly in 2000-2001 before injuring his knee. He attempted a comeback with WWE in 2006. He was one of the four sons of WWE Hall of Famer “Bullet” Bob Armstrong which also include WWE referee Scott Armstrong and producer BG James.

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  • Lloyd clarke

    Thoughts with his family.

  • RK Brock

    Thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends as they go through this horrible and tough time. RIP Brad Armstrong

  • Jessie Skys

    Brad was a great wrestler!

  • mjledesma

    Such an amazing talent. Another gone too soon.

  • snuggle

    R.i.p Brad truly the most talented Armstrong. Thoughts and prayers for his family.

  • Rayner Chee-bai

    RIP Brad Armstrong…

  • Patrick Peralta

    thoughts and prayers go out to his family

  • BigMike

    Please do not forget the start of his career with hid dad Bullet Bob in the old NWA working with Crockett promotions in the 80's

    • eggtrociousness@comcast.net

      Agreed. Bob and Brad were *huge* for Crockett for a while there. Definitely can’t leave that out. Those were Brad’s best days as a worker.

  • ricardo navarro

    thoughts and prayers go out to armstrong family R. I. P. BRAD ARNSTRONG

  • Jess

    Larry Zybysco said that the Armstrongs were cursed!

    • Risendevil

      The Armstrong brothers tah team curse. They could never win a match no matter how good they were or how bad the opponents were. That was a crazy gimmick but worked well. He was an excellant worker in the ring. He was a nice guy the one time I met him. He was a hec of a referee as well. Reat in peace Brad.

  • Don

    God Bless you Brad.

  • BIKER BOY 1255

    I remember when the NWA held their weekly wrestling show at the City Auditorium in Downtown Atlanta and Bob would be backstage with his sons before his match. They were just a close family. Actually, Bob started out as a Fireman before he became a professional wrestler.

    RIP BRAD!! Our prayers go out to his family.

  • Ghostmedic32

    Condolences to the Armstrong family on the loss of a father, husband, son and brother.