Get your tissues ready... 'cause the WWE put together a 3 minute tribute to fallen legend George "The Animal" Steele... and it's emotional. Kevin Hart, Bret Hart (no relation), David Arquette, Sheamus, Steph McMahon and more all…
WWE Hall of Fame member George "The Animal" Steele, whose given name was Jim Myers, has died at age 79. WWE announced Friday the death of Steele, who was living in Florida. The Detroit native had tweeted and blogged in recent months about his declining health, the AP reports. He...
Yesterday, we reported on the death of George “The Animal” Steele, the turnbuckle-devouring madman (and author, teacher, and actor) much beloved by fans of WWF wrestling from the 1970s and ’80s. But it’s turned out to be a rough week...Show More Summary
Professional wrestler George "The Animal" Steele has died at age 79. Steele, real name William James Myers, was one of the WWE's most wild and outrageous stars. Known for his green tongue and hairy chest, "The Animal" received a master's degree from Central Michigan University and was a high school teacher and wrestling coach in Michigan. Show More Summary
How power outages, evacuations and washed-out roads are just the beginning of the once-in-a-decade storm. Also, the professional wrestling world is mourning the loss of George "The Animal" Steele. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
A World Wrestling Federation mainstay known for his wild antics and his signature green tongue, Steele was a hated villain but was described as “truly nice.”
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One of the most unusual stars from the world of wrestling, who made a series of memorable ring appearances mainly in the 1980s, has died. William James Myers, better known as George “The Animal” Steele, died Thursday in hospice care...
Looking back at it from a distance of too many years, it’s easy to see how Hulk Hogan became so popular during pro wrestling’s 1980s boom, especially with the still-developing male brains that fueled it. Hogan presented a clearly attainable path to success. If you ate your vitamins, said your prayers and were a “real […]
Professional wrestling fans all over are in mourning, as the legendary George "The Animal" Steele has passed away.
WWE Hall of Fame icon George The Animal Steele died last night in Florida due to kidney failure.
George “The Animal” Steele, the ’80s-era WWF pro wrestler known for his gloriously hairy body and turnbuckle-eating proclivities, has died. Wrestling Observer reports that Steele had been in hospice care and died Thursday night. He was 79. Show More Summary
Growing up in the Washington, D.C. area in the ‘70s, I’d hear a rumor from fellow pro wrestling fans whenever we discussed George “The Animal” Steele, who died last night at 79, which held that he was a college math professor. Read more...
William James Myers, who as his pro wrestling alter-ego George “The Animal” Steele became one of the iconic names in the sport, has died. He was 79. Steele’s persona — wild eyes, a furball body, green tongue, mute and a slightly unhinged...Show More Summary
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George "The Animal" Steele, a WWE Hall of Famer and star of movies like Tim Burton's "Ed Wood," died on Friday at age 79. Hulk Hogan shared the news of Steele's death on Twitter, writing, "George"the Animal"Steel, RIP my brother, only love, only grateful. Show More Summary
Growing up, my favorite wrestlers tended to be the ones who looked most like villains from horror movies, and George “The Animal” Steele most certainly fit that bill. With his green tongue, impossibly hairy body, and eye-catching penchant for literally eating turnbuckles and carrying around a pet monster he called Mine, Steele was one of […]
From Madison Heights, Michigan, to Madison Square Garden, "The Animal" excited wrestling fans all over
Sad news to pass along in the wrestling family as it was reported on Friday that WWF/WWE legend passed away due to kidney failure according to a report from TMZ. “WWE Hall of Famer George “The Animal” Steele died Thursday night in Florida from kidney failure … George’s wife, Patricia, tells TMZ Sports.Patricia tells us George had […]
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