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Nancy Grace Enrages Wrestling Fans With Steroid Talk (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Wrestling star James Brian Hellwig, also known as the "Ultimate Warrior," died this week and was mourned by fans across the country.

According to Fox News, the Ultimate Warrior collapsed on Tuesday night while walking to his car in Scottsdale, Ariz.

During an interview last night with former wrestler Diamond Dallas Page about the Ultimate Warrior's death, HLN's Nancy Grace went on one of her famous on-air rants (video below).

"Take a look at wrestlers who died young," said Grace as the screen scrolled the names of numerous wrestlers including Owen Hart and Mark Curtis.

However, Hart fell to his death in 1999 during a wrestling event in Kansas City.

His brother Smith Hart tweeted, "@NancyGraceHLN may be completely brain-dead. My brother Owen's death certainly had nothing to do with a lifestyle or drugs."

Curtis passed away in 2001 because of stomach cancer, reports TheBigLead.com.

According to WrestlingNewsSource.com, Grace also mentioned the "rumors of steroids and drug use in Warrior's death," but no cause of death has been determined yet.

Mediaite.com reports that wrestling fans responded by typing "#CancelNancyGrace" on Twitter:

#CancelNancyGrace because she probably thinks Abraham Lincoln died of steroid abuse.

People can be so heartless sometimes. How about you show some respect while a family mourns their loss. #CancelNancyGrace

Absolute horrendous job by @NancyGraceHLN , please know the facts before you speak on subjects you don't understand #CancelNancyGrace

Sources: Fox News, HLN, WrestlingNewsSource.com, Mediaite.com, TheBigLead.com