Former WWE Wrestler “Test” Found Dead; 33 Years Old

Wrestler Andrew "Test" Martin Found Dead.  File Photo
Wrestler Andrew "Test" Martin Found Dead.  File Photo

Wrestler Andrew "Test" Martin Found Dead. File Photo

Andrew Martin, better known to wrestling fans as "Test" was found dead in his apartment in Tampa, Florida last night.

His neighbor saw Andres laying motionless for hours when checking on him thru his window.  She then called police.  Police right now are saying there is no foul play in Martin's death.

As "Test", Martin was involved in a love triangle with Stephanie McMahon (the owner Vince McMahon's daughter) and Triple H (the wrestler who has been married to Stephanie McMahon for years) which was one of the top story lines in WWE history.

WWE has already released a statement sending condolences to Martin's family and friends.

33 years old.  The guy was in rather good shape.  I should not speculate but I will; I will be surprised if drugs did not play some part in this.  For the record, WWE has a wellness program in place for wrestlers in WWE and a 3 strikes your out approach to the whole thing.  

We will keep you posted as the story unfolds....-Dr.FB

Comments (6)
  1. i feel  so sorry  i didnt know that so many wrestler  died.. i just found that site because i wanted to watch a bit wrestling on internet..  i m shocked and deeply sad.. because i knew so many wrestlers  even from 20 years ago. and 20 years ago i saw some in zuerich  like hacksaw jim   texas tornedo  hulk hogan  bam bam bigolo  big boss man  ect  but some of them are stil alive  thank god !  my condolences to all families of deseased  wrestlers. i am deeply sorry……god bless them..Leny of  switzerland

  2. i love every wrestling star of WWE raw, they are all great*”.

  3. Cheers, I read all your blogs, keep them coming.

  4. I can’t believe that Hart was on RAW last week! I hope we see him once again! I really miss him 🙂

  5. Actually… Test was still a wrestler…

    Though he was no longer on the WWE he went on to wrestle on another program.

    And there was no saying that drugs were in fact involved in his death… Just that with the history and causes of early deaths in wrestlers.. It would not be very surprising.

  6. so sorry but I think that a person on drugs and one especially one that was discharged from the sport should not be noticed as a current wrestle in stead of a sad person on drugs and not responsible for him self

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