“In 2016 when I first brought pro wrestling to Williamsport,” the post continues, “he was a huge supporter of ours. Carl was not just a fan, he was one of us. “
The statement touched on Carl’s love of social media, adding, “He was a fun-loving guy who was full of life. He loved being famous on TikTok. He will definitely be missed by the wrestling community.”
Carl had over 435,000 TikTok followers and often interacted with them on a personal level, going live on the app so he could talk to his fans in real time.
“Well everyone, how are you? Happy Sunday,” he said in his latest TikTok clip, posted on June 11. “Tonight we’re going to do a live stream with music, chat, no fights, just music. Country, pop and rock. Come hang out with me, relax, listen to some music. We Let’s have a great time. Happy Sunday. Love you guys. Peace and love.”