Wrestler Randy Savage's bad heart caused him to crash his car and die, according to a medical examiner's report.
The fighter, dubbed MACho Man, died after losing control of his car in Tampa, Florida in May (11) and smashing it into a tree.
Reports suggested he suffered a heart attack behind the wheel - and this has now been confirmed by the Pinellas County Medical Examiner.
Savage, real name Randall Mario Poffo, was 58 when he died.
His wife Lynn, who was a passenger in the car, escaped with minor injuries.
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