30 Year US Indie Veteran Michael Blade Passes Away

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More sad news in the wrestling community on Sunday, rocked by the tragic death of Danny Havoc, as the Cauliflower Alley Club has announced that 30-year veteran of the Pennsylvania indie scene Michael Blade has passed away.

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Michael Blade broke into the Pennsylvania indie scene in the early 1990s training with Charlie Fulton and working with the likes of Steel City Wrestling (SCW), Pro Wrestling Express (PWX, now Fight Society), and Pittsburgh’s Far North Wrestling (FNW). He also competed with Championship Wrestling Federation (CWF) in Monessen, Cranberry Township’s 5 Star Wrestling, and West Mifflin’s Code Red Wrestling (CRW). He also competed in bodybuilding competitions.

Last Word on Pro Wrestling sends its deepest condolences to the Runco family and Michael Blade’s friends, peers, and fans around the world.

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