Police: Former WWE Wrestler Sean O’Haire committed suicide


O’Haire had been working as a personal trainer in Spartanburg. After he left wrestling he tried his hand at kickboxing, MMA, and being a hair stylist. He and Chuck Palumbo were WCW tag team champions when that organization was shut down after being purchased by WWE.

WYFF (emphasis added):

Former WWE wrestler Sean Christopher Haire was found dead in his Spartanburg home Tuesday, according to Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger.

Clevenger said Haire, 43, was found dead at the home at 7:30 p.m.

Police told WYFF News 4 the death is a suicide, but Clevenger said the cause and manner of death are under investigation.

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