Earlier today WWE.com broke the news that Brad Armstrong, who most notably competed for the National Wrestling Alliance and World Championship Wrestling during the 1980’s and 1990’s was found dead in his home this morning. He was 51-years-old.
“WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of BradArmstrong, 51, one of four sons of “Bullet” BobArmstrong. BradArmstronglast 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 entireArmstrong family.”
Brad Armstrong’s final professional tenure saw him compete for WWE at ECW brand house shows. During the time Taz’s WWE contract was nearing expiration, Brad would feature as a “guest commentator” on the ECW brand before returning behind-the-scenes as a producer until the ECW brand folded.
Brad’s younger brother Brian “Road Dogg” Armstrong currently works for WWE as a producer older brother Scott can be seen on television as a referee. Together along with other younger sibling Steve who competed for WWE as “Lance Cassidy” in the late 90’s inducted father “Bullet” Bob Armstrong into the WWE Hall of Fame last year, Brad’s final on-screen appearance.
We here at Wrestle Enigma would like send our condolences to all those affected by Brad Armstrong’s passing, especially all those in the Armstrong family.