Sean O’Haire was a very competent and flamboyant WWE wrestler who unfortunately died at the relatively young age of 43 years. And he had committed suicide by hanging himself from the post of his bed.
It was some time early in the afternoon when Sean O’Haire’s dad entered his bedroom and to his shock found his son’s body sprawled on the floor with a rope around his neck.
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He had killed himself for all purposes by tying the rope to the bedpost and letting his weight cause the asphyxiation. After the initial emotional drainage and upset state, his father dialed 911 in a hurry.
According to TMZ, "O'Haire committed suicide. He was found in his bedroom beside his bed, with a red rope tied around his neck and connected to the bedpost. His body was discovered by his father, who then called 911."
The authorities reached his home in South Carolina and found him without any signs of life left behind in him. There are no chances of anyone having planned all this and having made it look like a suicide and so foul play was ruled out.
A report on any toxic drugs or elements in the wrestler’s body will be prepared shortly and only then can the complete picture come to the surface.
The real name of former WWE Wrestler was Sean Christopher Haire, who died Monday, September 8, 2014, at his home in Spartanburg, S.C., according to an online obituary featured on the official website of the J.F. Floyd Mortuary.
Sean O’Haire was born on February 25, 1971, in Atlanta, GA. John Ernest Haire and late Sheila Scoggins Zeek were his parents.
Sean first joined the WCW a decade and a half ago and with his partner Chuck Palumbo, he engaged in some very wild wrestling in the ring.
That was until the WCW stopped its operations. Then he joined the WWE and later on left it about ten years ago. Later on in life, O’Haire took to kickboxing and mixed martial arts.
Finally he left that too and instead of fighting for a living chose hairstyling and cosmetology. Sean had a nihilistically secretive character in his wrestling days which was labeled “Devil’s Advocate”.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, he grew up to be a fairly decent gentleman and was a loving kind soul. Sean had even studied Buddhism and was all for non-violence as a way of life.
He has left behind a father, sister and three brothers who are all in tears and grief at his meaningless death from suicide. While his persona as Devil’s Advocate in the ring and before his fans was very dangerous and wild, in real life he was just the opposite.
He had the guts to challenge the mighty Hulk Hogan in the Smackdown in 2003. He tied the knot twice in life but got divorced each time as well. In a way he reminds us of Robbin Williams, a comedian and actor, who also battled the Black Dog known as depression before giving in to it and hanging himself.
May O’Haire’s soul find the peace in the Afterlife which he didn’t find on the temporal level!