Robert Thomson “Rob Rage”, Ontario Wrestler died from cardiac arrest

Robert Thomson “Rob Rage”
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Robert Thomson “Rob Rage” Death: Well-known Ontario wrestler and the fitness manager at Fuzion Fitness Mississauga Robert Thomson popular known as Rob Rage has sadly passed away. The renowned wrestler who was the first Grand Champion of New Frontier died at the age of 41.

Rob passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest after he came backstage from competing in a match at the Hammering Cancer 4 fundraising show in Hamilton, Ontario. Prior to emergency personnel showing up, a few wrestlers gave CPR.

Thomson reportedly passed away in the ambulance on the way to the hospital, despite their best efforts to revive him.

Robert J. Knapik was born in 1970 and is an American former professional wrestler. He is best known for his tenure with World Championship Wrestling under the ring name Robbie Rage and as a part of the tag team High Voltage with Kenny Kaos.

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