Published: Tue, September 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

WWE Broadcaster & Manager Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan died at age of 73

WWE Broadcaster & Manager Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan died at age of 73

He'd fought throat cancer for over 15 years, with necessary treatments and reconstructive surgeries resulting in drastic changes to his physical appearance and speaking voice.

The Times says Heenan came to nationwide prominence as the manager of Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel in the American Wrestling Association. While in the WWF, Heenan introduced another version of The Heenan Family, which included "Ravishing" Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, The Brooklyn Brawler, King Kong Bundy, Andre the Giant and several others. Flawless and Harley Race.

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Heenan is regarded by many as the greatest manager and best colour commentator in the history of professional wrestling for a career which spanned more than four decades. Most notably, his managerial and announcer roles will go down as some of the best work in wrestling history. Heenan led him to the ring at WrestleMania III in front of over 93,000 fans. Whether paired with McMahon or especially with Gorilla Monsoon, you could always count on Heenan to savage the good guys and make every excuse in the book for the bad guys. R.I.P. Bobby Heenan. He was a father, brother, mentor and friend to me. In an interview with SEScoops in 2013, Jim Ross said Heenan was "hanging in there" despite having trouble speaking "due to tongue cancer treatments".

Born Raymond Lewis Heenan in Chicago on November 1, 1943, he was always a wrestling fan.

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Heenan's career started all the way back in the 1960s, and he wore many different hats in that time since.

"No manager or commentator was ever better at entertaining us humanoids".

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A move to WCW in 1994 saw Heenan continue his commentary duties, and he was one of WCW's most used talkers during the heyday of Monday Nitro.

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