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Markus Crane, a famous indie wrestler, has died at the age of 33.
Game Changer Wrestling shared the news Monday on its social media profile, with several other wrestling sites and fans joining in tributes online following the news.
Crane helped create GCW, and was an avid wrestler until he suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2019. Theo GoFundMe The account was created for him, Crane (real name Mark Pobanz) was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital for emergency neurosurgery. At the time, the fund’s organizers (including his cousin) expected a long way to recovery, including possible additional surgeries and treatment with antibiotics.
Fans began sharing heartbreaking messages when news of his passing was announced this morning, from one wise man who declared, “I know he’s having a hard time but damn it.” , to many revealing some of his best. moments in the ring.
SB Nation blog Cageside Seats, in its account about Crane’s departure, noting that the wrestler “competed his first bout since 2019 for the company in April, answering Kit Osbourne’s open challenge and quickly beating him.”
It also adds that, based on “reports from friends and colleagues,” Crane died in his sleep after saying he “had a headache and was generally unwell”. The article also notes that “Crane recently marked 30 days of sobriety.”
There was no immediate announcement from GCW about a possible dedication to Crane at future events, including the February 25 and 26 event in Los Angeles.
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