Brian Pillman wife– Brittany Pillman, late Brian Pillman’s daughter, has broken the silence for about 20 years and spoken out openly for the first time since his early death in 1997 about the ordeal of the passing of her father. When he died from a heart attack at just 35 years of age in his hotel room, Pillman left behind his wife and five young children, the wrestling industry joined forces in unified support for the grief-stricken Pillman family. Three months after his death the WWF continued to pay the Brianie downside guarantee to Melanie and produced a Tribute magazine on Pillman, from which Melanie received all of the proceeds. Brian William Pillman (22 May 1962–5 Oct 1997) and Wrestler (WCW), in the 1980s and the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), was the UCI’s leading professional and professional soccer player in the United States in the 1990s.
On 4 November 1996, Pillman and his former team-mate Stone Cold Steve Austin participated in the infamous ‘Pillman’s got a gun’ angle. When Pillman first came to the WWF, he immediately aligned himself to his long-time friend and former co-worker, Austin. Also called a wrestler and a professional soccer player, Brian William was. Pillman, who wrestles him with a series of worked shoots, inflamed his unpredictable character, created his legacy of The Loose Cannon. The wrestling picket, However, in April 1996, his in-ring ability was reduced by a car accident in which he received a large ankle injury. It was also known that in the ring he was very agile.
But on 27 October 1996, Pillman started noticeably favoring Austin’s nemesis, Bret Hart, before Austin had enough and brutally attacked him on the ring. For several weeks, Austin and Pillman were feuding, and Austin decided to finally take things into his own hands and visit Pillman.