Jimmy Rave, a former professional wrestling champion who later struggled with drug addiction has died after losing an arm and both of his legs to amputation.
The former Impact Wrestling star died at the age of 39, months after the amputation was carried out due to a MRSA infection.
Rave, who was born in Atlanta, began his professional career in 1999. He wrestled for several promotions, including Full Impact Pro and Ring of Honor. He won multiple championship titles with National Wrestling Alliance and he appeared on World Wrestling Entertainment’s “Sunday Night Heat.”
While cause of his death was not revealed in a statement written by the wrestler’s agent Bill Behrens and his daughter, Kailah, his addiction was however captured.