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Life is indeed unpredictable. Similarly, a 64-year-old WWE Hall of Famer recently shared about the loss of his elder son through social media. It is a tough time for the wrestling legend and his family as they mourn the loss of their family member. Furthermore, several wrestling stars came together to share their support for his family.

Recently Arn Anderson shared a post on Twitter, which stated his elder son Barrett Anderson has passed away. Barrett was 37-years-old and the wrestling legend shared an emotional tweet sharing his loss.

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The 64-year-old legend wrote, “Last night my family suffered a loss that should never he felt by any parent. Our older son Barrett passed away. I am struggling to write this. Tell those you love that you love them. Barrett was just 37.”

While Arn Anderson lost his elder son, Brock Anderson lost his elder brother and a close buddy. The demise of Barrett Anderson shocked the 26-year-old AEW star. Moreover, he penned a heartful and teary message on Instagram for his elder brother Barrett.

Brock mentioned still not being ready to accept that his brother was gone. Moreover, he shared his parents are in “absolute shambles” and his father, who he called “a man’s man, absolutely breaking down is tears”. Clearly, a parent should never go through a similar situation and Brock writes it’s the “most excruciating and cruel thing” he has ever witnessed.

 

The AEW wrestler also recalled a memory when he was seven years old and Barrett would drive him around. The past few years have been hard in the wrestling world and we all extend our support to the Anderson family. Additionally, the wrestling community expressed their solidarity with Arn Anderson and his family for their loss.

The wrestling world come together to mourn the loss of WWE legend Arn Anderson’s son

The wrestling world joined Arn Anderson and his family in this tough time. Many stars came and shared their support for the Anderson family through social media. Furthermore, a few replied to the WWE Hall of Famer’s Twitter post, while a few shared their condolences on Brock Anderson’s Instagram post.

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WWE legends Road Dogg, Bully Ray, Hurricane Helms, and Lex Luger shared their support through Twitter.

Also, current WWE superstars Bayley, Santos Escobar, and Bray Wyatt extended their support to the Four Horsemen.

Former WWE superstars Matt Morgan and Blue Meanie also shared their condolences.

Additionally, many AEW wrestlers also extended their support to the wrestling legend in this tough time.

Additionally, a few wrestling stars commented on Arn Anderson’s other son, Brock Anderson’s Instagram post.

Dustin Rhodes – Love you buddy

Charlotte Flair😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

Natalya – I’m so sorry. I am so saddened for your family. You’re all in my prayers

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Heath Slater – I’m sorry brother. ❤️

Sonny Kiss – My deepest condolences. Sending you guys so much love. ❤️

Austin Gunn – I am so sorry man ❤️ thinking about you and your family

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The entire wrestling world came together to share their condolences and we, too, extend our support to the Anderson family in this tough time.

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Tushar Deogharkar is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. Tushar has done his Master's in Tourism Management and is an ardent fan of pro wrestling. He follows WWE and AEW very closely and wants to learn how the promotions are run.
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