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RIP, Macho Man Randy Savage (1952-2011)

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Macho Man Randy Savage, world-famous WWE wrestler, died at 10 a.m. today in Tampa. TMZ is reporting that the wrestler had a heart attack while driving and "lost control of his vehicle." He was only 58 years old.


In his career, Savage went up against big names like Andres the Giant and local Hulk Hogan.

After the jump, we have a rare video that truly captures Savage's eclectic personality that enchanted millions of wrestling fans during his career. 

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