Miss Elizabeth’s death was officially attributed to accidental alcohol poisoning, despite the fact that many people feel her abusive relationship played a role in her demise.
Elizabeth Ann Hulette, better known as Lillian Gordy or Lady Blossom, was the “First Lady of Wrestling.” Years before becoming involved in professional wrestling, Elizabeth Ann Hulette had met Randy Savage. They married one another in 1984, when their wedding was played out as a kayfabe wedding at Madison Square Garden in 1991.
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The pair, who had been married since 1987 and have three daughters together, announced their separation in 1992. In that year, while Savage and Elizabeth were still married, Miss Elizabeth’s WWE run concluded.
She then went to WCW for a brief time, where she was linked with some of the company’s most powerful factions — The Four Horsemen (New World Order), Team Package.
Miss Elizabeth Career
Miss Elizabeth started dating Luger while with the Team Package (Ric Flair and Lex Luger). They left the company in 2000, and their toxic relationship continued.
It’s thought that her involvement with him ultimately caused her death at age 42. Elizabeth was asleep in her bedroom on the night of April 30th, 2003, when she stopped breathing and was rushed to a hospital.
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The next day, her cause of death was officially declared to be a combination of painkillers, nausea medication, sedatives, and alcohol. She had a blood alcohol level of 0.29. Any amount between 0.08 and 0.25 is considered legally intoxicated; anything above is termed alcohol poisoning.
Following the initial reports, Luger was arrested on several counts, including one for which he pleaded guilty – but none of these were related to Elizabeth’s death. Her death was classified as an “accident” later.
Miss Elizabeth’s run in WWE
On July 30th, 1985, Elizabeth made her unexpected debut. Randy Savage announced an unnamed woman as his manager, and a gorgeous and desirable woman had come down to the ring. Miss Elizabeth’s quiet demeanor complemented Macho Man’s larger-than-life attitude.
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Miss Elizabeth was the spark for many rivalries between Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, The Honky Tonk Man, and George “The Man” Steele in her WWE career (which spanned from 1992 till 1999).
She subsequently moved to WCW after her divorce, where she met Lex Luger.
Miss Elizabeth was awarded a Slammy in 1987 for ” Woman of the Year,” and she has appeared as a non-playable character in WWE 2K14 and 2K16 video games.
Miss Elizabeth is still included in numerous promotional deals with WWE, but she isn’t a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.