Brickhouse Brown, WWE Star, Dies at Age 57 After Battling Cancer: Details

Updated On 30 Jul, 2018 Published On

Frederick Seawright, the former WWE star who wrestled under name Brickhouse Brown, has died on Sunday morning, July 29 after his battle with cancer, F4Woniline reports. He was 57.

As per the report, Fredrick flatlined on July 20 and was pronounced dead by the hospice nurse. Family and friends were notified, but while the late wrestling star's mother Victoria Timmins slept next to him she heard her son say, "Mom, I'm hungry" and continued speaking with her.

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The coroner was traveling to take the dead body at that time. Fredrick's passing news was initially reported by President of the Cauliflower Alley Club, Brian Blair, who is also a close friend of the family.

Earlier this year, the Cauliflower Alley Club honored Brickhouse with a Courage Award.

Here's the video clip of that special moment. Enjoy Watching!

Frederick, who debuted his career in 1982 in Texas, worked for multiple promotions in the 80s and 90s including USWA, AWA and the CWA where he competed with Jerry "The King" Lawler, Terry Funk, Scott Steiner and others.

Our condolences to all the friends and family members of Brickhouse Brown.

Rest In Peace Frederick!