Rest In Peace Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka

We would like to extend our condolences to the Family of Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka. Jimmy was 73, and was suffering from stomach cancer. He recently was deemed unfit to stand trial for the death of his girlfriend in 1983 as we have previously reported.

Jimmy was known as a high flying wrestler, who was very much the inspiration for what you see in wrestling today. Jimmy was also one of the few wrestlers to wrestle barefooted. He also was the first person to wrestle the Undertaker. In his career he worked for many wrestling companies and territories, and worked the independent wrestling circuit until 2014.

On a personal note. I worked on a few shows with him during the time I was involved in wrestling. He treated everyone with respect, whether you were the champ or the ring crew, and was a very humble man. It was always a pleasure to be in his presence.

Rest in peace.

Homicide Charges Against Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka

Breaking News from The Morning Call

The 34-year mystery surrounding Nancy Argentino’s death may forever remain unsolved now that a Lehigh County judge has dismissed homicide charges against retired WWE wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka.

During a closed-door hearing in Allentown Tuesday, Judge Kelly L. Banach granted defense attorney Robert Kirwan’s motion to end the case, which stalled in June when the judge found Snuka, 73, incompetent to stand trial.

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