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Well sometimes past or current drug abuse can be the reason why a wrestler dies young.


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that too is also correct. point taken.
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S.H.I.E.L.D. wrote:
Well sometimes past or current drug abuse can be the reason why a wrestler dies young.

Yeah that's what I meant. I don't believe Eddie Guerrero was still taking drugs when he died, but his past abuse was certainly a contributing factor if not the direct cause.

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Was it jsut me or did anyone else think Umage & Manu two wrestlers who have relations to the Wild Samoans and look alot like them in a way but did anyone else think they could have made them a new age of the wild samoans?


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A bit more info is being reported about Umaga's death:

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Wrestling author and journalist Irv Muchnick is reporting that Eddie "Umaga" Fatu died from "acute toxicity due to combined effects of hydrocodone, carisoprodol, and diazepam."

Hydrocone is a painkiller.

Carisoprodol (commonly called soma) is a muscle relaxer.

Diazepam (commonly called Valium) is an anti-anxiety medication.

Fatu died on December 4th 2009, shortly after being released by the WWE for failing his second drug test and refusing rehab. His death was not mentioned on WWE television.

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