The official Facebook page of World Wrestling Council announced Monday evening that Timothy Smith, who competed as Rex King and Timothy Well, died today. His cause of death has not been disclosed. He was born in 1963.
King, who began his wrestling career in 1987, appeared for numerous promotions throughout his fifteen-year career including the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling and United States Wrestling Association. Much of his career was spent wrestling as a tag team with Steve Doll. They appeared as Well Dunn for the WWF from 1993 to 1995 and faced such tag teams as The Smoking Gunns, Men on a Mission, The Headshrinkers and The Bushwhackers. Doll passed away on March 22, 2009 from complications of a blood clot.
Smith was forced to retire in 2002 after sustaining a major injury while competing in Puerto Rico.
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