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Chris Candido Passes Away At The Age Of 33
Tragically, Chris "Candido" Candito passed away yesterday. He was only 33. It seems that his passing stemmed from a blood clot based on complications with his ankle surgery.

Candito underwent surgery this Monday, and was even part of NWA-TNA's Impact! tapings on Tuesday. Everything was seemingly fine, but disaster struck nonetheless. What's truly tragic is seeing someone that young passing away from something as seemingly non-threatening as an ankle surgery.

We at Fiesta Fest Wrestling would just like to say that we are truly sorry about what has happened, our condolences go out to the friends and family of Chris Candito.

(newspiece by Mr Taco)

News courtesy of WrestlingObserver.Com:

"Chris Candito (aka Chris Candido) passed away earlier today at the age of 33.

Details of his death are still sketchy right now. There are conflicting reports about the cause of death, and police in Matawan, New Jersey, where he lives, were not able to confirm his death.

Candito suffered a bad leg injury at the TNA Lockdown pay-per view this past Sunday, and underwent surgery for the injury on Monday. He then appeared at the TNA Impact! tapings as a manager on Tuesday night before returning home.

Candido was a big part of the Impact! show that will air tomorrow on FOX Sports, interfering and leading to The Naturals winning the NWA tag-team titles over America's Most Wanted."

(These details were later confirmed by Chris' brother Johnny).

2005-Apr-29 07:51 am by Chicken King

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