Bill Fralic, the former NFL star who appeared on WrestleMania 2, has gone away. CBS Sports reports that Fralic died after a long battle with cancer. He was fifty five.
Fralic had a nine season run in NFL running 1985-1993. Eight of these years were with Atlanta Falcons, who elaborated on him with the second overall election of the 1985 draft. The nineteenth year was with the Detroit Lions. Fralic started in all but one of the 132 matches he recorded. Fralic was also part of the NFL vs WWE battle-king at WrestleMania 2 together with William Perry, Russ Francis, Jimbo Covert, Bruno Sammartino and Andre Giant.
WWE issued a statement about Fralics passes, as you can see below. On behalf of 411, our compassion to the family, friends and fans of Mr. Fralic.
WrestleMania 2 competitor and former Atlanta Falcon Bill Fralic pass away
WWE is sorry to learn that the four-hour NFL Pro Bowl Guard and WrestleMania 2 competitor Bill Fralic have gone away.
Fralic participated in 20-Man Battle Royal at the second Show of Shows, as pitted NFL greeted as Fralic, William "The Refrigerator" Perry, Russ Francis and Jimbo Covert against WWE Superstars like Bruno Sammartino, Andre Giant and The Heart Foundation.
WWE extends his compassion to Fralics family, friends and fans.