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– Today marks the anniversary of the death of former WWE star Ray “Big Boss Man” Traylor, who passed away on September 22, 2004 at his home in Acworth, Georgia due to a heart attack. He was 41 years old.

Former WWE Diva Terri Runnels posted a message on Twitter remembering Traylor, her longtime traveling partner.

She wrote, “The anniversary of the passing of Big Bossman…my best friend, brother, father and yes, girlfriend! I miss you Ray!”

— Triple H is featured on the cover of the November 2011 issue of WWE Magazine, with the headline reading “IS HE REALLY IN CHARGE? THE GAME RESPONDS…” Features include: BEST OF THE ROCK – 15 Years of Layin’ The Smackdown!; SUPERSTAR CONSPIRACY THEORIES!; 10 BIGGEST NERDS IN WWE.

— A WWE Raw SuperShow is scheduled for Monday, February 20, 2012 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

source: PWInsider.com

  • venom

    From the department of corrections, The Big Bossman. RIP

  • shawn

    weird name above, good wrestler in BBM. RIP

  • you need to give him some quality time

    one of the greats of my childhood RIP

  • Tom… Just Tom

    Much respect for Ray Traylor. Great worker and a hopeful Hall of famer.

  • Effmenow

    RIP Ray Traylor. The dude could keep up with guys half his age/size and still put on good solid matches.

  • Joe Thunder

    Ray Traylor was one of the best bigger men to work a match and maintain a gimmick. He was far from in shape, but he wrestled solid matches and held his character firm in both the WWF/E and in WCW. I can’t believe it’s been seven years since he left us. I remember his second run in the WWF/E like it was yesterday, teaming with Bull Buchanon, his feud with Al Snow where he fed Al his dead dog, and his run with the infamous Corporation. RIP Big Boss Man

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