Rusty Brooks died at the age of 63 – WWE Sports Recently, Rusty Brooks (aka Kurt Koski) died at the age of 63. Rusty Brooks reportedly had surgery a few weeks ago and was working on several health issues, but nothing has been said about his actual cause. Death was.

Brooks made his professional wrestling debut at the World Wrestling Association against Steve Brody in 1982. A few years after his WWA debut, Rusty Brooks signed with WWE. Brooks was originally a WWE Hall of Fame Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and Junkyard Dog on WWE TV (WWE Championship Wrestling and WWE Wrestling Challenge).

Brooks is also involved in wrestling promotions such as International World Class Championship Wrestling, Florida Championship Wrestling, NWA, and is a trainer and runs two wrestling schools, Rusty Brooks Pro Wrestling Academy and Hard Knock School. It was.

– WWE Sports

Rusty Brooks died at the age of 63 Rusty Brooks died at the age of 63

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