Danny Havoc: Wrestler dies aged 45 with WWE stars paying tribute

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                By Billy Hawkins                



            1st June 2020,
    8:54 am

        Updated: 1st June 2020,
        8:56 am






                                Wrestling star Danny Havoc has passed away aged only 45, Game Changing Wrestling has announced.

Real name Grant Berkland, Havoc was a much-loved performer in GCW and Combat Zone Wrestling, and his death led to numerous tributes from various WWE stars.
“With a broken heart, the GCW family mourns the loss of Grant Berkland aka Danny Havoc,” wrote GCW in a statement on social media.

With a broken heart, the GCW family mourns the loss of Grant Berkland aka Danny Havoc.
Danny was an incredibly talented, intelligent, caring & genuine person.
He was also an elite performer that entertained a generation of fans & inspired a generation of aspiring performers. pic.twitter.com/L7By79UEKN
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) June 1, 2020

“Danny was an incredibly talented, intelligent, caring & genuine person.
“He was also an elite performer that entertained a generation of fans & inspired a generation of aspiring performers.”
The Iowa native reportedly passed away only two months after his wife, Brianne Morrow, died of heart failure.
CZW also paid tribute to Havoc, who joined the promotion in 2005.

This cuts too deep. Grant “Danny Havoc” Berkland. He was an inspiration to so many and a friend to all and our hearts go out to his family and loved ones.We can take a small comfort in knowing the entire wrestling community are sharing the same grief right now.#RIPDannyHavoc pic.twitter.com/2AbDxYRb6I
— CZW Combat Zone Wrestling (@combatzone) June 1, 2020

“This cuts too deep,” a post on social media read. “Grant ‘Danny Havoc’ Berkland.
“He was an inspiration to so many and a friend to all and our hearts go out to his family and loved ones.
“We can take a small comfort in knowing the entire wrestling community are sharing the same grief right now.”
Multiple tributes have been paid to Havoc by WWE stars such as Kevin Owens and Tegan Nox.

I’m so sorry for Danny Havoc’s family, friends and fans.
I didn’t know him well but all I’ve ever heard about him throughout the years painted him as a passionate, kind-hearted guy.
The pro wrestling community has lost yet another good one…
Take care of each other, guys. ❤️
— Kevin (@FightOwensFight) June 1, 2020

RIP Danny Havoc….man, 2020 is just awful
— Tegan Nox 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@TeganNoxWWE_) June 1, 2020

I shared a locker room a few times w/ Danny Havoc but didn’t know him on a personal level. Reading all the wonderful stories/memories from his friends makes it clear that the we lost someone special.
My sincere condolences to his friends, family and fans. Rest in power, Danny.
— Mustafa Ali / Adeel Alam (@AliWWE) June 1, 2020

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Havoc was a multiple championship winner during his time with CZW, claiming the Underground Championship, the Junior Heavyweight Championship and the Tag Team Championship, and also winning the Tournament of Death on two separate occasions.
He won further championships with other promotions, including being the victor at GCW’s Tournament of Survival in 2016.

, <br>TalkSport

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