The body of a former WWE wrestler who went missing out on while swimming with his boy has actually been found on a beach in California.
Shad Gaspard was captured in a rip tide in Venice, Los Angeles, on Sunday afternoon.
Aryeh, Gaspard’s 10- year-old boy, was saved and numerous other swimmers made it out of the water securely after they were captured in the strong currents.
Los Angeles firemens stated cops called them to a beach in Venice early on Wednesday after a dead body was found.
Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Lifeguard Division tweeted that the body “matches the description of Sunday’s missing swimmer”.
World Wrestling Home Entertainment (WWE) later on tweeted that it was distressed to discover that its former “superstar has passed away at the age of 39”.
When he was last seen,
Authorities stated Gaspard was about 150 feet (46 m) from the coast.
Los Angeles cops stated in a declaration on Monday: “When last seen by the lifeguard, a wave had crashed over Mr Shad Gaspard and he was swept out to sea.”
Siliana Gaspard, the former wrestler’s partner, provided a declaration on Tuesday thanking authorities and fans.
She stated: “We would like to express our gratitude to the first responders who rescued Aryeh and to the lifeguards, coast guard, divers, fire and police departments for their continued efforts to help find our beloved Shad.”
The declaration added: “Shad is a fighter, a warrior and a wonderful soul. We are hoping and hoping for his safe return.
” As a family we thank you all for your issue and well desires. Please continue to keep sending your positivity and prayers to our precious Shad.”
Gaspard got prominence in World Wrestling Home Entertainment (WWE) as one half of the tag-team group Cryme Time, together with his partner, JTG.
After retiring from the WWE in 2010, Gaspard has actually had bit parts on TELEVISION and in motion pictures, consisting of the 2015 Kevin Hart funny Get Hard.
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