Former Carolina Panthers’ LB and WCW wrestler Kevin Greene has died:We have lost a great one, with Greene gone at just 58 years old(NFL Hall of Famer)

This is what you call BAD and even terrible news

Former Carolina Panthers’ LB and WCW wrestler Kevin Greene has died:We have lost a great, with Greene gone at just 58 years old….Was with the Panthers and he also participated in WCW wrestling matches, and he also played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Los Angeles Rams…Greene also spent so time with the San Francisco 49ers, before returning to the Carolina Panthers, to close out his career…

When you hear about this type of news, it is almost like you have lost your brother…

Kevin Greene was just that much of an every day guy…It was like he was one of us, he was so crazy, and he played so HARD……

from Wikipedia at

Kevin Darwin Greene (July 31, 1962 – December 21, 2020) was a former American football linebacker and defensive end who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 15 years. Greene retired after the 1999 NFL season and ranks third amongst all-time sack leaders, leading the NFL twice in that category. He was a three-time All-Pro, was voted to the National Football League 1990s All-Decade Team, and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.

NFL as a player:
Los Angeles Rams (1985–1992)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1993–1995)
Carolina Panthers (1996)
San Francisco 49ers (1997)
Carolina Panthers (1998–1999)

More Kevin Greene from Wikipedia:
Wrestling career
Greene had a couple of short stints in World Championship Wrestling. He debuted in WCW as a tag team partner for fellow NFL alum Steve McMichael, but McMichael turned on him in favor of joining the Four Horsemen. Greene disappeared from WCW for several months before returning to get revenge on McMichael in a singles match, where he defeated McMichael when the latter’s ally Jeff Jarrett accidentally nailed McMichael with a briefcase.

In May 1997 he teamed with Roddy Piper and Ric Flair to take on the nWo team of Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Syxx in a winning effort at Slamboree.

He then made a final return in mid-1998, teaming with former football player Bill Goldberg against the nWo Black and White. Greene left wrestling when NFL teams began requiring a “no wrestling” clause in his contract.

Greene utilized the powerslam as a finishing maneuver and also included the diving forearm smash, figure four leglock and scoop slam into his arsenal.


  1. WWE issued the following statement on Greene’s passing:

    Kevin Greene passes away
    WWE is saddened to learn that Kevin Greene passed away today at the age of 58.

    Near the end of a career as one of the NFL’s most feared pass rushers, Greene entered the squared circle for WCW. Upon his arrival, Greene teamed with fellow NFL player Steve McMichael and would go on to share the ring with some of the biggest names in sports-entertainment. The Pro Football Hall of Famer teamed with Roddy Piper and Ric Flair against Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Syxx in a victory at Slamboree in May of 1997. In his last run with WCW, Greene teamed with Goldberg against nWo Black & White.

    WWE extends its condolences to Greene’s family and friends.

  2. Sure are a lot of celebrities passing away this year. A lot of them aren’t covid related, what is going on?

  3. Don’t look ahead too far, but there is still over a week left in 2020…

    The even years have always been good to us, and this time around the even year, 2020, has gone odd…

    Never thought people would be clammering for the beginning of an odd year, 2021….

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