Pete GunZz has been a fixture in the wrestling business since his days at TNA, and his rise to stardom was largely thanks to the fact that he was the first black wrestler in the company.
But in recent years, Pete has turned his back on the business, opting to focus his attention on his daughter, Katie, a freshman at Georgia Tech.
He has also been active in philanthropy and has given millions of dollars to charities.
His philanthropic efforts are well known, but we didn’t know that he had a daughter, Pete.
Pete Gunz is one of the most influential and successful wrestlers of all time, and he is set to pass on a lot of the lessons he has learned in his life.
He was an all-star at the 1984 World Wrestling Federation (WWE) SummerSlam, and won the title for a fourth time in 1988 at the 1996 SummerSparks PPV.
He also won the World Heavyweight Championship in 1999.
In the early 1990s, he was involved in a car accident, which left him with a fractured neck and permanently damaged his left leg.
He spent five years in rehab and underwent hip replacement surgery.
He made a comeback in 1998, when he became a WWE Champion, defeating John Cena and Kevin Nash.
Gunz was also the co-owner of The Gunz & Sons Wrestling Co., a small wrestling and entertainment company, which he sold to a smaller company in 1997.
In the early 2000s, Gunz was a fixture at the WrestleMania XIX show, where he was a co-star of the WWE title match.
In 2010, he left the company, after the company was sued by former star Jeff Jarrett.
The company was later acquired by WWE, but was forced to put a contract in place to pay Jarrett.
GunZ went on to become a coowner of the Los Angeles Clippers, and was the face of the Clippers’ charity campaign, with charity donations.
He is currently the president of the USA Wrestling Foundation.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated, GunZ said that the money he had given to charities helped support them through many years of struggle.
He said he also received support from the United Way of Southern California.
He also said that he gave away his $25 million in earnings for charity.
“It was not my fault,” he said.
“It was a tough time.
It’s hard to say what I would do differently.
I don’t know what my next move is.
I know what I’ve done in my life, and I know it’s the right thing to do.”
The Sports Illustrated article also noted that Gunz would often travel to various wrestling arenas to meet fans, and that his charity was an integral part of that.