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(August 24, 1944 - January 15, 2020)
We here at The Official Wrestling Museum
is deeply sadden by the news of the passing of Rocky Johnson.
Our thoughts and prays are with his family, friends, and fans.
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We here at The Official Wrestling Museum are deeply sadden by the news of the passing of Jewelz, Jon Ian, Pampero Firpo, La Parka II, Kendi Nagasaki, and Bobby Kay . Our Thought and Prayers are with them, their families, friends and fans.
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A message from Angel about Jewelz
As I sit here on Jan 21st, 2020 I wonder why. This morning I was met with a message on my phone about Jewelz passing. This passing wasn't over night not even the other day. He passed away on Sept 16th, 2015.........
In life you lose touch with people. You get older, and your life going in a difference way than others. Its OK at the time. You reach out and if your lucky you speak to each other for a few minutes, and other times you miss each other completely. That's what happen here, and I never been happy about it.
Back in 1998 I started my wrestling career. I was in high school and Jewelz was a classmate. He was a fan of wrestling and we used to talk before and after classes. We found out we lived only a street away. When the Promoter of N.E.W.A. told me about wanting to make a team with me in it I said i know the right person to ask. Jewelz loved wrestling, and had it. When we started out we only knew what we seen on tv, and we started training, but we became something fast. The Promoter seen how we were getting over with the fans and even in the locker room. The Team of Incredible 69 or I69 was born. He was also one of the 2 people that helped with my name I been under for 99 percent of my career.
He had a love for music and started a band. He was so proud to show me some of his sets. At that time I wasn't into that kind of music. As time went on and I got into bands Like Korn, System of the Down etc. (fun fact Jewelz first working name was Korn because that was his favorite band at that time) I sat back and said WOW he even great at this too. Our last phone call we spoke about him going on an 9 month tour and being one of the openers for Shinedown. He said once he got a cell phone on the road he would hit me up. That's the last time we talked. I tried a few times to reach out but he was never home.
I write this in his working name out of respect for the wrestling business that he was great in, but Justin my tag partner, my friend, my brother you were something special in this world that made so many memories for so many. I know life had its hard moments and I wont go into that here nor anywhere, but I would never treated that time for anything. I thank you for teaming with me, for being a true friend, damn for even being the last person i went trick or treating with as those teens that don't want to stop getting free candy. I'm going to make sure your honor here within The Official Wrestling Museum, and I will never forget. If it means anything today 2 of your closes friends back than are in shocked today, is sad today, and here thinking about you as we been for years.
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We here at The Official Wrestling Museum are saddened to hear the passing of Anthony our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends and fans of such a great man