FORMER wrestling star BellaDonna has died aged 40. The cause of death for ace, real name Rocksan Biggerstaff, remains unknown.
FORMER wrestling star and TNA Knockout Star BellaDonna has passed away aged 40. BellaDonna was a valet for the Disciples of The New Church stable back in 2002.
The cause of death of the ex-TNA Knockout performer, real name Rocksan Biggerstaff, has not yet been confirmed.
Biggerstaff shot to fame during the early days of TNA, a rival to WWE, which is now called Impact Wrestling.
She is best-known for her role working alongside the Disciples Of The New Church throughout the early noughties.
Former WWE, ECW and Impact star Wolfie D broke the news of her passing on Facebook.
He wrote: “Woke up this morning to find out that Rocksan Biggerstaff (aka Belladonna) who was the valet for my TNA faction, Disciples of The New Church, has passed away.” Former TNA Knockout BellaDonna (Rocksan Biggerstaff) passed away on Monday at the age of 40.
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The star was best-known for her work with the Disciples Of The New Church during the early days of TNA.
“I loved what she added to the group…she played her character well.
“Outside of the ring she was a sweetheart.
“My condolences to her family.”
BellaDonna only wrestled once in TNA at the NWA Total NonStop Action pay-per-view on December 4, 2002 in a losing effort to America’s Most Wanted.