Deathmatch wrestling legend Danny Havoc has passed away.
The wrestling world mourns the loss of another brother tonight as Grant Berkland, aka Danny Havoc, has passed away.
A veteran of CZW and Game Changer Wrestling, Danny competed from 2005 to 2017 but would come out of retirement sparingly for GCW, including their February 2020 tour of Japan. Tonight, they announced his unfortunate passing via social media.
With a broken heart, the GCW family mourns the loss of Grant Berkland aka Danny Havoc.— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) June 1, 2020
Danny was an incredibly talented, intelligent, caring & genuine person.
He was also an elite performer that entertained a generation of fans & inspired a generation of aspiring performers. pic.twitter.com/L7By79UEKN
Many wrestlers have also reacted to the sad news, including Sami Callihan, who said that he wouldn't be the wrestler he is today without Danny in the early part of his career.
Absolutely heartbroken.— The DRAW (@TheSamiCallihan) June 1, 2020
I wouldn’t be who I am today without Danny Havoc.
Absolute genius who never got the credit he deserved.
Im beyond privileged to been able to travel the world with him.
Reach out to your loved one. Life is so short.
Love you Grant.
My heart goes out to my friends who knew and cared for Danny Havoc deeply, my thoughts are with his loved ones and his family.#RIPDannyHavoc— Ligero (@Ligero1) June 1, 2020
RIP Legend https://t.co/a1y47Kfug3— “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela (@JANELABABY) June 1, 2020
Fightful send its condolences to Danny's family, friends, and fans