WWE: Randy Macho Man Savage Cause of Death Determined
Randy “Macho Man” Savage Cause of Death Determined as Ventricular Fibrillation
Randy “Macho Man” Savage’s death still feels like a dream to many of us, and the idea of never hearing him speak into the mic again is very hard to deal with.
Savage died over two weeks ago in a car accident that saw his Jeep truck careen across a Florida road and directly into a tree.
Savage was pronounced dead shortly after the accident, leading medical officials to believe that he had a heart issue that led to him passing out at the wheel.
Savage's brother Lanny Poffo told Bright House Sports Network that Macho Man died from a condition known as ventricular fibrillation (VF). VF is a severely abnormal heart rhythm that can lead to fainting or heart attacks.
From all reports from the medical examiner and Savage’s wife Lynn Poffo, Savage passed out at the wheel with his foot on the accelerator, and Lynn steered the truck away from traffic and into a tree. Many people feel that if Lynn hadn’t acted in the way that she did, the accident could’ve been much worse.
The 58 year old Savage was one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, and his legacy will never be forgotten by the fans that loved him so much. If there is any positive out of this news, reports indicate the death was quick, and Savage felt little pain before his passing.
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