According to reports, American professional wrestler Pete Hugg passed away on Monday (September 13, 2021) at the age of 41. Fans in the wrestling world asked about the cause of his death.
Very sorry to pass on the news that my greatest nemesis, Peter “Pete Huge” Houston has passed away. A mainstay of the Minnesota pro wrestling scene for well over a decade, Pete made appearances in many promotions throughout the upper Midwest throughtout his career.
From one Pete to another, I love you man. Thank you for always being kind, offering advice, and just being a good guy. You were always the better dancer! @petehuge
May this legend rest in heaven.Some unofficial sources announced the heartbreaking news; one Twitter user wrote: “I was shocked to hear that my friend Pete Houg died young. Pete has an overwhelming charm. He Direct every room he enters. Pete is a good brother and he will be missed. If you can, please contribute to his monument.”
There is no Wikipedia page from this star, but we try to provide some information about him here: his ring names are Pete Huge, Damien Navarro and Damien. He is 5 feet 11 inches (180 cm) tall and weighs 176 pounds (80 kg).Pete was born on October 10, 1980 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and appeared in the ring for the first time on December 3, 1999. He was trained by Eddie Sharkey and Terry Fox.After 17 years of experience in the ring, he finally retired in January 2011. Huge introduced himself as a professional wrestler of F1RST Wrestling in his Facebook profile and mentioned that he had gone to the Holy Angel Academy.