Viscera WWE dead: Wrestling superstar Nelson 'Mabel' Frazier Jr., also known as 'Big Daddy V' dies of heart attack [VIDEO]
Former WWE superstar Nelson 'Viscera' Frazier Jr. passed away of a massive heart attack at the age of 43 on Tuesday, according to reports.
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It was revealed on Wednesday that Frazier, known by ring names such as Big Daddy V and Mabel, passed away from a heart attack, according to wrestling agent Eric Simms, who posted the news on his official Facebook page.
"I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I just got off the phone with Big Daddy V's wife. He had a massive heart attack and passed away today. He was 43 years old," Simms posted on the social media site.
Since then many current and former WWE personalities have taken to Twitter to share their condolences for Frazier.
I always loved working,hanging & talking with Big Vis. Reading all the tweets of how great he treated everyone. RIP pic.twitter.com/5T8UMNIMUY
— Tommy Dreamer (@THETOMMYDREAMER) February 19, 2014
Nelson Frasier, RIP, big man. — Kane (@KaneWWE) February 19, 2014
— TAZ (@OfficialTAZ) February 19, 2014
Frazier broke into the WWE in 1993 as part of the tag team Men on a Mission where he appeared under the moniker Mabel and teamed up with Mo as a rapping duo who wore bright purple and gold tights and were managed by a man by the name of Oscar. Mabel eventually turned heel and received a big push in 1995 as a bad guy.
After a stint on the independent scene, Frazier returned to the WWE in 1999 and was eventually "abducted" by the Undertaker's Ministry of Darkness--a stable in which Frazier became a key member.
After he departed WWE for a second time in 2000, he resurfaced in TNA and again appeared on the independent circuit before returning for his final stint in the WWE and eventually he wrestled under the monikers "Big Vis" and "Big Daddy V."
Frazier, who celebrated his 43rd birthday just four days before his death on Tuesday, was a WWE tag team champion, a WWE hardcore champion and the 1995 King of the Ring tournament winner.