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    Default Brad Armstrong Passes Away

    The official WWE website reports that Brad Armstrong, who most notably competed for the National Wrestling Alliance and World Championship Wrestling throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and briefly for WWE in 2006, was found dead in his home this morning. He was 51-years-old.

    Their message states, "WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of Brad Armstrong, 51, one of four sons of “Bullet” Bob Armstrong. Brad Armstrong last participated in the ring for the ECW brand in 2006. WWE understands that Brad saw his physician last week for a medical issue and was found unresponsive this morning. WWE extends its sincerest condolences to the entire Armstrong family."

    Brad is the brother of WWE referee Scott Armstrong and producer Brian "Road Dogg" James. The brothers, as well as Steve, who wrestled for WWE in 1992 as Lance Cassidy, inducted "Bullet" Bob Armstrong into the WWE Hall of Fame last year.

    http://www.lordsofpain.net/news/wwe/...b2y2d0JbZB4.99

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    Brad was the best worker in the family by far. Sounds like a heart attack.

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    Wasn't he a jobber for most of his days in WCW?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
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    Wasn't he a jobber for most of his days in WCW?
    Yes. He was alot better worker than many of his opponents and it was his job go give them ring experience to elevate them.

    Bob armstrong was a regional face and promoter and would use his kids on top like all family promoters do but brad never mad it big. Road dogg got the most fame in the wwf

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    ^^^Brad was a good worker but kind of bland which is why he never made it big. Id put him on a similar level as jerry lynn as a good worker, indy star to an extent but never made it big.

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    Huh, I had no idea Road Dogg was his brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Huh, I had no idea Road Dogg was his brother.
    Yeah. Bullet Bob was the dad and the entire family was in rasslin in some form. Brad, Road Dogg, 2 other brothers all wrestled and one of them is a WWE ref now. I think Brad and Road Dogg were both WWE agents backstage either now or at some point.

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    Used to watch Bullet Bob and Brad Armstrong as a tag team back in the NWA/Georgia Championship Wrestling days on TBS. Pretty good technical wrestler he was and can still picture Gordon Solie introduicng them many times during the years.
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