Former WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard Missing After A Swim At The Beach With Son

Shad Gaspard’s lifeless body has finally been found after missing while swimming with his son on Sunday.

Former WWE superstar Shad Gaspard is still missing off the ocean since last weekend. The former professional wrestler was hit by a rip current of water while swimming at a beach with his son.

Former WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard Missing After A Swim At The Beach With Son
Shad Gaspard

According to SportsNova, Shad Gaspard was at Venice Beach in California with his son Ayeh last weekend. And while swimming, they were hit by water currents. The former WWE pros heroics save his son’s life, as the lifeguards were able to save his son Aryeh. But Gaspard was immediately hit by another wave and since then has been missing.

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“Dad told me to push off to the guy,” Shad’s son told Steve Smith, a firefighter-paramedic from Rescue 63 in Venice. Shad’s son kept saying, “Dad told me to push off to the guy.”

Although the lifeguard immediately returned to save Shad, the 39-year-old was hit by another big wave and didn’t resurface after that. The former wrestler is still not being traced and that is creating the fear of worst among the people.

“Shad is a fighter, a warrior and a magical soul. We are hoping and praying for his safe return. As a family we thank you all for your concern and well wishes. Please continue to keep sending your positivity and prayers to our beloved Shad,” a statement from his family said.

WWE also paid solidarity at a tough time. Vince McMahon and Stephanie Mcmahon, along with other WWE superstars expressed their concern and condolences in social media.

Shad Gaspard was in WWE from 2006 to 2007 and came into limelight for his tag team run with JTG. Together the pair was known as Cryme Time, representing as stereotype street thugs. He was performing in independent circuits since 2012.

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