(TMZ) - Former wrestler, manager, and announcer Bobby Heenan has died at the age of 72, TMZ reported Sunday.
The WWE hall of famer nicknamed ‘The Brain” died Sunday according to WWE.
WWE commentator Jim Ross and wrestler Ric Flair tweeted their condolences Sunday evening.
Bobby came up as a pro wrestler and manager through the '60s and '70s in the World Wrestling Association, American Wrestling Association and later the World Wrestling Federation. He managed stars like Angelo Poffo, Guy Mitchell, the Valiant Brothers, Nick Bockwinkel, Jesse Ventura and Andre the Giant.
Bobby Heenan... The Greatest Manager, One Of The Greatest Announcers, And One Of The Best In-Ring Performers In The History Of The Business— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) September 17, 2017