Found November 02, 2012 on Wrestle Scoop:
PLAYERS: Brad Armstrong
- WWE returns to the Galaxie Hall in Amneville, France on April 24th, 2013 at 8 PM. - Steve Austin reminded people to vote and discussed people driving slowly in the left lane in his latest blog. Austin also remembered Brad Armstrong, who passed away earlier this week. “Before I shut down for the night I want to say RIP to Brad Armstrong. I held this man in a very high regard. Smooth… One word… Smooth. That was Brad. European style, Japan style, American, Luche Libre style. Brad could do absolutely everything. Great fire. Brad was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Funny, no, scratch that. Hilarious. That’s what Brad was. Giving and unselfish. A-1 psychology. A pro’s pro. Brad could go any night, any where, with the best in the world. And he would always shine…Very well liked. And highly respected by all.”
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