- Shad Gaspard has been confirmed dead after missing for four days
- The former WWE star went for swimming in Los Angeles before he got caught in strong rip currents
- Gaspard quit wrestling in 2016 and became an actor and also television guest
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The entire wrestling fraternities in the world have been thrown into deep mourning following the untimely death of 39-year-old former American wrestler Shad Gaspard.
Police and other security agents have been looking for Shad Gaspard since last Sunday after going to swim in Los Angeles in which he failed to return home.
Initial thoughts of his family members was that the deceased went to another place after swimming not knowing that the wrestling star drowned.
And after hours that nothing was heard from Shad Gaspard, authorities in charge then began a thorough search for him since Sunday, May 17.
On Tuesday, May 19, the United States Coast Guard were said to have announced their decision to abandon searching for Shad after more than 16 hours in which he was not found.
According to the latest report on UK Mirror, the Los Angeles County Fire Department on Wednesday announced that they have found the body of Shad Gaspard.
This latest development will be a sad and devastating one for the family of the former wrestler who have been hoping that their breadwinner would return home alive.
Siliana who is the wife of Shad even thanked those who have been involved in the search with the hope that they would find her husband who has now been confirmed dead.
Before he died tragically, Shad Gaspard was an active wrestler until 2016 before diverting into acting films and also appearing on television as guest.
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