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Homelegance Lifestyle Armless Lounge Chair, Swirl
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Armless upholstered chair
Some assembly required
This chair is a welcome addition wherever accents chairs are needed in your home
A.F.A. Stores Living Room
The classic Lifestyle slipper chair is covered in a neutral beige and brown swirl motif fabric. Very comfortable and stylish.
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Eddie Fatu died on December 4, 2009. Although the newswires reported it as soon as it broke on Twitter and Jim Ross's blog, there really has been no deep analysis of his death since at this point The Wrestler movie is a year removed (it showed the harsh conditions and addictions of pro wrestling to light) and the WWE's Drug Policy is no longer a hot CNN topic due to the financial crisis. Yes, his death has been reported, and yes, CNN and other oldschool MEDIA outlets say "another wrestler's...Read Full Story
Eddie Fatu, aka Umaga as he was known in the WWE, passed away today in Houston, Texas.Fatu had a heart attack earlier in the day after apparently falling asleep before being admitted to the hospital in Houston. His wife found him with a bloody nose and not breathing. He suffered a second heart attack before being pulled off life support. He was just 36 years old.Fatu achieved success in the WWE at various times in his wrestling career, but his recent stint as the Samoan Bulldozer Umaga was...Read Full Story
Source: PWTorch.comNearly three months after the death of former WWE wrestler Eddie Fatu (Umaga), the Harris County medical examiner in Houston has determined that Fatu's cause of death was "acute toxicity due to combined effects of hydrocodone, carisoprodol, and diazepam," reports wrestling author Irv Muchnick.More specifically, it was a lethal combination of painkillers (hydrocodone), muscle relaxers (carisoprodol), and anti-anxiety medication (diazepam). It's worth noting the medical...Read Full Story
Former WWE star (Former Intercontinental Champion) Umaga, 36, was found nearly death in his Texas house early on Friday.
His spouse found him responsive with blood coming out of his nose. The former WWE star was then hurried to a hospital, where he is reportedly being kept breathing via life support.
He had came back from Australia just a few days ago following wrestling on the Hulk Hogan tour of the country.
He was free from WWE in June after failing a drug test and rejected the WWE’s offer...Read Full Story