The heartbroken family of popular Coventry wrestler Adam Bryniarski have paid tribute to the father-of-three following his death from heart problems. Mr Bryniarski, who went by the name Adam Windsor, aka The Royal Stud, was just 41.
Her brother Chris Bryniarski said the family was “really devastated” by her sudden passing. “This has been a shock to our family, and words cannot describe the pain we are all feeling around the world,” Chris said on a CrowdFunding page dedicated to creating a charity and memorial in Adam’s honor.
“Adam was hardworking, funny as hell, athletic, and a friend people wanted to be around. A supportive person, father, husband, big brother, uncle, son, and so much more.”
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Adam grew up in Coventry and studied judo at Neil Adams Gymnasium. A knee injury at age 15 ended his judo career and pushed him into wrestling.
He moved to Florida as a teenager to pursue his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. Adam never looked back, pursuing a successful career that saw him compete in the US, UK and Japan with various franchises.
“He touched so many lives around the world under the stage name Adam Windsor Stud of Royal Blood,” Chris said. “He wrestled with companies such as Funk, WWE, WCW, TNA and many more. He was a true legend.”
Most recently, Adam worked as the general manager of a hospital in Ocala, Florida. The post showed “how caring he could be,” Chris added. “His passion for his work was undeniable.
Adam was rushed to hospital around eight months ago after suffering a heart attack. He recovered quickly and completely, to the point that he even told relatives that he was healthier than he had ever been.
“Talking with him just a few days ago, he felt ‘awesome,'” Chris added. But Adam’s health suddenly deteriorated and he died in the early hours of April 21.
He is survived by his wife Jade and their children Lachlan, Anya and Callum, with whom he lived in Florida. Chris said: “We are asking for donations for funeral costs and charities from the heart of Jade’s choice.
“Leaving behind a wife and three kids won’t be easy, and we want to make sure we can do everything we can to help Jade and the kids. The money will be shared, with full details once that’s happened, where it will be. went.
“We want to thank you for your support during this difficult time for the family, and thank you all so much for the beautiful words, messages and calls we have all received.” The CrowdFunding page in memory of Adam can be found here.