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‘WWE’ Star Big Daddy V ashes to be ‘gifted’

Nelson Frazier Jr. as Viscera
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Last week “WWE” star Big Daddy V, real name Nelson Frazier Jr., died of a major heart attack. This week TMZ announced on February 27 that his widow has a “slightly eerie” plan for Big Daddy’s ashes.

Frazier’s widow, Cassandra Frazier plans to take his ashes and place them into pendants to be placed on necklaces. Cassandra plans to give the necklaces to his friends, family, and other loves ones, about 500 in all.

For now, Cassandra is storing Nelson’s ashes in an urn in the family home until she feels she is “ready to hand out the keepsakes.”

After the death of Big Daddy V, the WWE issued a statement, “Our deepest condolences go out to Frazier’s family, friends and fans.” During his time in the WWE Frazier also went by the name Mabel. He was part of Undertaker’s sidekicks and went by the name Viscera; he was a World Tag Team Champion, Hardcore Champion, and 1995 King of the Ring.

Nelson reportedly was on the road to fitness as TMZ also reported the WWE star had lost 100 pounds prior to his death. For this reason, as well as many others, his death shocked the world. Cassandra had told TMZ that Nelson was told his blood pressure was too high and affecting his diabetes. The wrestler had removed most salt and sugar from his diet. The family had been told that Frazier’s blood pressure had dropped since losing the weight.

Cassandra stated, “I guess the Good Lord wanted him…I wanted him too, but He won.”

What do you think about Cassandra Frazier’s plans to distribute Big Daddy V’s ashes to 500 of his loved ones? Sound off in the comments below.

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