Pro Wrestling Personalities React to The Death of Road Warrior Animal

Pro Wrestling Personalities React to The Death of Road Warrior Animal

As noted earlier, WWE Hall of Famer “Road Warrior Animal” Joseph Laurinaitis passed away at the age of 60. 
As seen below, several pro wrestling personalities have paid tribute to Animal on social media today.

Triple H remembered Animal on behalf of Stephanie McMahon and the rest of WWE.

“The Road Warriors were a team who personified excitement, physicality, and the undeniable ability to energize the crowd. @StephMcMahon and I join the Superstars, legends, and our @WWE fans in offering our condolences to the Joe Laurinaitis’ family at this difficult time,” he wrote.

JBL paid tribute to The Road Warriors and named them the greatest tag team of all time.

He wrote, “The greatest tag team of all time was the Road Warriors. Often imitated, never duplicated. Loved both of them as friends and idolized both as the GOATs. RIP Animal-love you my brother, my condolences to everyone affected by this tragic loss.”

Tag team legend Bubba Ray Dudley also called Animal and his late partner Hawk the greatest. He wrote, “I’ve often been asked … ‘Who is the greatest Tag Team of All Time?’ The answer has always been the same. Rest in Power brother. My sincere condolences to family, friends and fans of Animal all around the world. #RIPAnimal”

Ric Flair commented on the history between the Four Horsemen and the Road Warriors, writing, “I Am More Than Saddened To Hear Of The Loss Of My Good Friend And GREAT Opponent Joe Laurinaitis Of The Legendary Road Warriors. They Were Iconic! The Road Warriors And The Four Horsemen Drew More Money And Had More Fun And Entertained Fans Worldwide At The Highest Level. RIP”

AEW also paid tribute to Animal, writing, “AEW and the wrestling world mourn the passing of the legendary Road Warrior Animal, our thoughts are with his family, his friends and his fans.”

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