BREAKING NEWS: WWE Star Seth Rollins’ Young Boy Passes Away In School After Being Rushed To The Hospital — See What Killed Him…

WWE is saddened to learn that Seth Rollins boy has passed away at 20-years of age.

It is so sad to announce the death of a young man, Seth Rollins boy died pursuing his dream. The death of the young and promising wrestler has broken Seth Rollins’ heart in shreds as the WWE Universe shower him with condolences.

According to reports, the 20-year-old Jonah Snyder died after suffering “a medical emergency” at the Black and Brave Wrestling Academy in Moline, IL. The academy is run by Seth Rollins and Marek Brave.

According to the coroner’s report, Snyder was training at the academy with eight other people when he felt ill. Trainers asked him to sit down, however his condition got worse.

Trainers called 911 and Snyder went into cardiac arrest when paramedics arrived. Snyder was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The coroner said that the autopsy was inconclusive.

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“I think he was set on becoming a professional wrestler,” said Dave Recor, Snyder’s high school wrestling coach. “He was chasing his dream.” ‘May his gentle soul rest in peace’.

The Black & Brave Wrestling Academy in Moline, Illinois, which is owned by Seth Rollins. The Quad-City Times reports that when they asked Rollins for comment, he directed them to the academy’s statement on Twitter, seen below:

It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of our student, Jonah Snyder. Jonah attended the first night of our 7th Black and Brave class a week ago. After briefly participating in fitness drills with his classmates he abruptly fell ill. Emergency personnel were called and Jonah was rushed to the hospital. He passed away en route. No cause of death has been determined.

Jonah loved professional wrestling and in closing we wanted to leave you with his words. Below is an excerpt from the essay Jonah penned for his application to our school. All of our thoughts are with Jonah’s family and friends as they go through this incredibly difficult time.

“I live, breath, sleep, and eat wrestling. It’s in my blood. I want to learn it so I can travel the world putting a smile on people’s faces. I wanna give them hope or something to believe in.”

It is a huge loss indeed as he has been working hard on becoming a Super Star in WWE. Who knows what the outcome of his wrestling career would have been? He might have been the world’s most renowned wrestler, who knows? Anyway, our condolence goes to his families and friends and WWE Star Seth Rollins.