Pro Wrestler John ‘Bad Bones’ Klinger Dies at Age 40, Shortly After Wrestling Match

Pro wrestler John ‘Bad Bones’ Klinger, known for his appearances in Westside Xtreme Wrestling and TNA, among other promotions, tragically passed away at the age of 40. This unfortunate event occurred just days after his most recent match in the ring.

wXw announced the tragic news on Monday, revealing that the cause of Klinger’s death has not been disclosed.

The wrestling promotion expressed their condolences to the family and friends of the individual, offering them strength and support during this challenging period.

On May 11, Klinger fought against former WWE star Flash Morgan Webster at the Prime Time Wrestling event. This unfortunate development follows his match.

According to Webster, Klinger had plans to retire in the near future.

“I had just wrestled him 9 days ago,” Webster recounted. “We were chatting in Poland after the match, and he mentioned his plans to retire in September. He seemed content with his accomplishments and was glad to be able to leave the sport on his own terms.”

John, may you find peace in the afterlife as we mourn your loss.

Bad Bones began his wrestling journey two decades ago, stepping into the ring for various promotions worldwide. These include wXw, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, and Evolve.

He held various titles, including the wXw Unified World Wrestling Championship three times, and he achieved numerous championship victories.

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In 2019, Klinger earned recognition as one of the top 500 wrestlers by Pro Wrestling Illustrated, securing the 271st spot.

Rest in peace.

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