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Former WWE star's family appeal for funeral help

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Nelson Frazier Jr.'s family have appealed to fans for financial help as they look to fund his funeral.

The man who brought the wrestling world Viscera, Big Daddy V and Mabel passed away yesterday, and it has since been revealed that Frazier had no life insurance.

The 1995 King of the Ring winner was an on/off member of the WWE roster for almost two decades, and was most known for his unusual look of a blonde mohawk and menacing contact lenses.

The news that financial help is needed was broke on Examiner.com, and asks fans to donate any amount they see fit to help honour the former Hardcore and Tag-Team champion.

Frazier opened up to WWE.com in 2011 over his time in wrestling and the hardships he experienced at the start of his career. But he knows what his top wrestling moment was.

"I would have to say being the first to pin The Undertaker clean on a pay-per-view was pretty big. It once took 20 guys to put him in a casket, but I pinned him by myself, and that was the thrill of a lifetime." 

His career in wrestling also saw him become an unlikely "love machine" in the mid 2000's, which changed his character from a "heel" to a "face." 

It is unknown as to whether any form of tribute will be given out by the wrestling organisation, although if there is to be one, it is likely to appear on tomorrow nights SmackDown.

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