Saturday, May 21, 2011


I also got a  teenager memory on this icon for a kid that time (Hulk Hogan Fever that time)

Randy Macho Man Savage

Randy "Macho Man" Savage died in a car accident in Florida at the age of 58.

The professional wrestler and actor was best known for his time in the ring with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

Savage became famous for his flashy clothes in and out of the wrestling ring, and his raspy-voiced catch phrase: "Oh yeah".
He married his long-time girlfriend Lynn Payne a year ago after divorcing his first wife Elizabeth Hulette in 1992.



Wrestlers, Fans Pay Tribute To ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage On Twitter, YouTube, Facebook

May 20, 2011 7:29 pm EST

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“Macho Man” Randy Savage died in a car accident Friday, and the wrestler’s fans and former colleagues have taken to TwitterYouTubeand Facebook to share their thoughts and memories of the former WWF Champion.
Savage died when his car hit a tree head-on in Seminole, Fla., after he possibly suffered from a heart attack, according to his family. The death of Savage (whose real name was Randall Mario Poffo) was confirmed by the Florida Highway Patrol, which said that he crashed at about 10 a.m. EDT. The FHP added that Savage may have had a “medical event,” but that the cause of death would not be confirmed until an autopsy is performed. Savage’s wife Barbara Poffo was also in the car — she suffered minor injuries.
Savage was one of the biggest stars in the World Wrestling Federation (which has since been renamed WWE) in the 1980s. He was a 2-time WWF Champion and a 4-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion. He was often accompanied to the ring by his valet Miss Elizabeth (Elizabeth Hulette), who was his real-life wife at the peak of his in-ring career. They later divorced and she died in 2003 at the age of 42.
Savage enjoyed success away from the ring too. He was the spokesman for Slim Jim snack foods in the 1990s and became known as an actor for his role in “Spider-Man.”
During his time in the WWF, Savage had a storyline rivalry with Hulk Hogan, who posted his thoughts about Savage on Twitter: