Wrestling star John ‘Bad Bones’ Klinger dies unexpectedly at age 40

Wrestling star John ‘Bad Bones’ Klinger dies unexpectedly at age 40
Wrestling star John ‘Bad Bones’ Klinger dies unexpectedly at age 40

The wrestling is in mourning. John Klingera 40-year-old German wrestler, died suddenly and the world of this sport is shocked by the news.

Klinger, who had mentioned his retirement a few weeks ago, had made a name for himself in this sport since 2004, the year in which he set out to become known as independent fighter in several countries such as the United States, some places in Europe and Japan.

Likewise, he shared different scenarios with some exponents of this sport such as Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniel’s.

According to the European wrestling portal ‘wXw’, which shared the sad news on its ‘X’ profile, “Klinger was one of the defining fighters in wXw for more than 10 years.”

“He won all the major titles in wXw and won 16K Gold and Direct Access to the Top,” the portal emphasizes.

Just nine days ago, the fighter had his last match, where he defeated WWE star Flash Morgan Webster, during the event Total Blast From The Past by PWT.

Morgan also referred to Klinger’s early departure, stating that he had told him that he would retire in September, but that he was happy for everything he had achieved in that sport.

Who was John Klinger?

The German fighter was born in Bitburg, a town located in West Germany in 1984, according to ‘The Sun’.

His debut was in 2004, when He became known for winning titles such as the Unified World Heavyweight Championship wXw and the European Heavyweight Championship.

Later, in 2011, he won what is known as the test program TNA TNA Gut Checkwhich became the opportunity to go directly to professional wrestling.

Klinger teamed up with renowned fighters like Samoa Joe, with whom he once defeated Daniels and Robbie E.

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