The wrestling fraternity is grappling with the loss of Andreas Ullmann, famously known as Absolute Andy.The former wXw Unified World Wrestling Champion passed away at the age of 40.
Who was Absolute Andy?
Born on September 22, 1983, in Nuremberg, Bavaria, West Germany, Absolute Andy was a force to be reckoned with in the wrestling ring. Known for his signature moves like Die A-Klasse, Absolute Kneedrop, and Absolute Elbow Andy was admired for his unique wrestling style and persona.
A Celebrated Career
Andy’s career spanned across various wrestling promotions, but he is perhaps best known for his time in Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw). His achievements include winning the wXw Unified World Wrestling Championship.
He was also recognized for his heel persona, combining sloppy attacks with dirty tactics, which made him a compelling character to watch.
Cause of Death
The cause of Andy’s death has not been disclosed as of yet.His sudden passing has left fans and fellow wrestlers alike in shock and mourning.
wXw wrestler Absolute Andy passed away in his sleep last night at 40-years-old, following a long illness.Andy won every major title at wXw. 16 Carat Gold Winner, wXw Unified World Wrestling Champion, wXw Shotgun Champion, 5x World Tag Team Champion, wXw World Heavyweight Champion. He is the only wrestler to have these achievements on his resume.Over 330 times, Andy laced up his boots for wXw and stepped into the ring against the best of the best. Bryan Danielson, Hiroshi Tanahashi and Jeff Jarrett, Walter, Ilja Dragunov and Tommy End (Malakai Black)Dirt Sheet Radio sends out our sincerest thoughts and prayers to his friends and family at this difficult time.
Tributes Pour In
Tributes have been pouring in from around the wrestling world, with fans and colleagues expressing their grief over the loss of this talented performer.
Absolute Andy’s untimely death is a significant loss to the wrestling community. His contributions to the sport will not be forgotten, and his legacy will live on in the hearts of his fans and fellow wrestlers.