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The Legendary Bam Bam Bigelow Passes Away
Former WWE superstar and all-around wrestling legend Bam Bam Bigelow was found dead in his home this morning. At the time of writing, the cause for his death is still unknown.

Bigelow was a tremendously versatile and agile wrestler for a man of his size, regularly pulling off moonsaults as well as his patented diving headbutt off the top turnbuckle. Besides his tenure in WWE, he also wrestled for WCW as well as ECW as far as the bigger federations go. With the right opponent he could work some amazing matches, and in his more hardcore matches in Extreme Championship Wrestling, he could dish out an unimaginable amount of pain and punishment.

Bigelow (real name Scott Bigelow) was 45 years old when he passed away. He will be sorely missed by us at Fiesta Fest Wrestling, and we would like to send our condolences to family and friends of the big man.

News courtesy of WWE.Com:

"Bam Bam Bigelow passes away
Written: January 20, 2007

WWE.com has learned that former WWE Superstar Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow has passed away in Florida.

Kevin Doll, the Public Information Director for the Pasco County Sheriff's Office confirmed that Bigelow was found dead early this morning in his home in Hudson, Fla.

"We can confirm that Scott Bigelow was found in his home this morning. At this time the cause of death is unknown," Doll told WWE.com.

Doll also confirmed that the Pasco-Pinellas Counties medical examiner has taken the body and an autopsy will be performed.

Bigelow, 45, worked for WWE, ECW and WCW extensively throughout his 20-year sports-entertainment career. A former ECW Champion, ECW Television Champion and WCW Tag Team Champion, he is perhaps best known for his rivalry with Lawrence Taylor that culminated in the main event of WrestleMania XI in 1995.

Stay tuned to WWE.com as more on Bigelow's passing becomes available."

2007-Jan-19 09:09 pm by Mr Taco
6 comments


by Macguyver @ 20 Jan 2007 01:42 am
R.I.P Bam Bam.


by Tren @ 20 Jan 2007 04:41 pm
Well, I've visited this site for quite some time now, but I guess now it's about time to finally write something.

It's always sad when a wrestler passes away, even if he's a bad or a good one. I've seen a couple of Bigelow matches, not a whole lot, but I can understand the "great agility for a man of his size" thing. He was a good wrestler, and I hope I can see more of his old matches someday. Can any of you guys recommend some classic Bigelow matches for me to see? And do you think he should get a spot in the FiestaFestWrestling Hall of Fame?

Rest in Peace, Bam Bam.


by Mr Taco @ 20 Jan 2007 10:26 pm
Hey there Tren! It's always great to see new peeps posting their comments here, and I hope you'll keep it up. This humble little site needs all the support of whatever "fans" it's got, so it's always cool when someone new shows up. smile

As for Bigelow's best matches, I would say that his work in ECW stands out as the best of the bunch. When compared to his matches in WWE, you get the feeling that he doesn't get the chance to really show everyone what he can do to his fullest there, but in ECW he really goes all out and gets the time to do it. It may not be the "old" type of match you're after, but check out some of his matches against the likes of Taz and Rob Van Dam, I think Bam Bam is phenomenal in those matches. I can't really tell you where you might find them, but there are some matches with Bam Bam on WWE DVD like the RVD DVD and the ECW's Most Extreme Matches DVD. There aren't that many Bigelow matches on the WWE DVD's as far as I can tell, and I hope Bam Bam gets his own DVD of classic matches and a documentary to go along with it. He would deserve it.

As for the Fiesta Fest Wrestling Hall of Fame, Bam Bam Bigelow will DEFINITELY be inducted there. In fact, he's already been scheduled to appear in there very soon, he might even be the next inductee. It's been a while since I took the time to work on the Hall of Fame now, so I think it's about time that I start getting back into shape on that one. Suffice to say, Bam Bam will appear in the Hall of Fame sooner or later, and he would have ended up there whether he was alive or passed away.

Bam Bam Bigelow R.I.P. You will be missed.


by nzguy @ 22 Jan 2007 01:32 am
what do you really say when someone like bigelow passes other than RIP i so dont know what else to write other than that


by Psycho @ 22 Jan 2007 01:08 pm
R.I.P. Bam Bam


by Gizmo @ 24 Jan 2007 04:54 pm
The guy upstairs is getting himself some pretty good wrestlers. I hope he is enjoying their matches as much as we enjoyed them down here.

R.I.P. BBB

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