A tag team pro wrestling legend and member of the WWE Hall of Fame has passed away.
Robert “Bushwhacker Butch” Miller tragically dies at the age of 78. His death came after he was hospitalized after suffering a medical episode at an event during WrestleMania 39 weekend.
Miller’s niece and the daughter of tag team partner Bushwhacker Luke Williams, Jackie announced the news that he had passed away.
After breaking into the business in the mid-1970s as the Sheepherders, the duo would grow to become beloved fan favorites when they signed with the World Wrestling Federation in 1988. The Bushwhackers came to the WWE in 1988 as they would become known for walking to the ring in a funny way by swinging their arms in the air. They would even result to licking the heads of themselves and their opponents.
Before arriving in the WWF, the Sheepherders were renowned for violent bloodbaths in the territory days.
The Bushwhackers were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015. Before arriving in the WWF, the Sheepherders were renowned for violent bloodbaths in the territory days.
He leaves behind his wife, Helen, two daughters and grandchildren. A GoFundMe to help the family with medical bills has been established.
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