Apollo Creed passed away

jwitten82

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@Apollo Creed poster, used to be a regular a few years back. He was last on in 2019, maybe some of the other older posters on here remember him too. He was only 35, I just happened to look back on some of my older messages and had from him, and he linked his Facebook. I clicked on it and he passed away in March 2023
 

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@Apollo Creed poster, used to be a regular a few years back. He was last on in 2019, maybe some of the other older posters on here remember him too. He was only 35, I just happened to look back on some of my older messages and had from him, and he linked his Facebook. I clicked on it and he passed away in March 2023

God bless him and his family.


My goodness, that is young. Tomorrow is never promised, is it?
 

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Damn. Around my age. RIP.

Every day is a blessing. Had a friend die this month in a car accident. Left behind 2 young kids.
Hopefully ACs family is hanging in.
 

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That's really sad ........ it says on his bio he was in his mid thirties.
Carl Weathers (January 14, 1948 – February 1, 2024)
Weathers signed with the Oakland Raiders of the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 1970. Now playing as a linebacker,[3] Weathers played in seven games for the Raiders in 1970, helping them win the AFC West Division title, on their way to the first-ever AFC Championship Game. Before the 1971 season, Weathers converted into a strong safety.[8] He only played in one game in 1971, before the Raiders released him in September 1971,[9] after coach John Madden told Weathers, "You're just too sensitive."[6]
Next stop Hollywood.
 

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Carl Weathers (January 14, 1948 – February 1, 2024)
Weathers signed with the Oakland Raiders of the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 1970. Now playing as a linebacker,[3] Weathers played in seven games for the Raiders in 1970, helping them win the AFC West Division title, on their way to the first-ever AFC Championship Game. Before the 1971 season, Weathers converted into a strong safety.[8] He only played in one game in 1971, before the Raiders released him in September 1971,[9] after coach John Madden told Weathers, "You're just too sensitive."[6]
Next stop Hollywood.
Uhhhhh wrong thread bud
 
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