WWE: Brad Armstrong Passes Away at the Age of 51

The Wrestling-Online Newsletter is reporting that Brad Armstrong, the son of WWE Hall of Famer “Bullet” Bob Armstrong and the brother of Brian James (Road Dogg) and referee Scott Armstrong, has passed away today, November 1, at the age of 51. WWE.com initially broke the news of the legend’s passing, nothing that Armstrong was found unresponsive early this morning in his home. The brief article mentioned that Armstrong visited his doctor last week regarding an undisclosed matter.

Brad Armstrong began his wrestling career in 1980 and has worked for the NWA, WCW, and the WWE and has won countless championships throughout his career. Armstrong’s most recent television appearances was for his father’s induction into the WWE Hall of Fame last year. In 2006, Armstrong had a short stint as a “guest commentator” for the now defunct ECW brand and, after commentating, Armstrong returned to working as a Producer for the company.

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