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GoFundMe For Virgil’s Funeral Costs Launches, Daniel Garcia Talks Dance Moves



As we previously reported here on eWn, Michael “Virgil” Jones passed away at the age of 61 earlier this week. A GoFundMe campaign to help pay for his funeral costs has been launched at this link.

You can check out the description for the below:

“On February 28, 2024, the world lost our favorite WWE bodyguard, Virgil, after a long and difficult health struggle. Unfortunately, Virgil passed without being covered by life insurance, and the Jones family is asking for financial help to put him to his final rest. The bill is due on March 11, 2024, so if you’d like to donate, Virgil’s family will be forever grateful.

Whether you were an 80s WWF kid at heart or you’re nWo 4 LIFE, whether you loved him best as Virgil, Vincent, or even Soul Train Jones, let’s send him off with the hero’s farewell he deserves.

This fundraiser is organized by Mark Charles III on behalf of Michael Jones’ sister, Toni Jones, and her family.“

Daniel Garcia recently appeared on the “Roar Around the Ring” podcast to discuss a variety of topics, including his dance moves that have made him popular among AEW fans. He said,

“It wasn’t really something that I ever planned to become like an actual thing for me. It was something that … I think I was in El Paso, Texas, I was wrestling Ricky Starks, and El Paso, big Latino community so I started doing like a little dance in the ring. Then that evolved eventually to what it is now. Then it kind of started to take a life of its own, I would say Forbidden Door in Toronto this past June when I wrestled [Katsuyori] Shibata, Orange Cassidy, and Zack Sabre Jr., I feel like that’s when the dance really started to become an actual trait for Daniel Garcia.“

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