Thomas-Billington-Obituary

Thomas Billington

Dec 5, 1958 – Dec 5, 2018 (Age 60)

Obituary

Thomas Billington (1958 – 2018) was a legendary professional wrestler known as "Dynamite Kid." The British born Billington partnered with Davey Boy Smith to form the WWE World Champion tag team duo, The British Bulldogs. He died on his birthday, December 5, 2018, at the age of 60. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Billington during this difficult time. May the God of comfort and peace strengthen you during this difficult time.

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Thomas Billington. He was and will ALWAYS be remembered as a hero to many. God bless you sir and thank you for all the fond memories.

So sorry for the loss of a super star.May you R.I.P

Having recently heard of your loss, i wanted to extend my deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Mr.Thomas Billington. During this difficult time,I wanted to share this bible based hope with you. That is the hope of seeing our dear loved one's again.jesus stated this at (ohn 5:28,29) Our loving creator will remove all sickness and death forever. Know that prayers are being said in your behalf.

Like to give my deepest condolence to the family membersof Mr. Billington. From Kim Grier

I m very sorry to hear the loss of your love one . he has join my mother in heaven on Dec4,2018 at 92 yrs old. She take him up her wing

Dynamite Kid was a true inspiration to so many of todays wrestlers. The last years of his life was full of pain and suffering. Now he can rest easy and be at Peace. I will continue to pay tribute to Tom Billington throughout my life as I read books on him and watch his matches.

RIP KID, FIRST GUY I SAW GO AIRBORNE FROM THE TOP ROPE.YOU HAVE TRULY BEEN MISSED OVER THE YEARS.
MELVIN L. JONES

I watched the British Bulldog tag team,I admired The Dynamite Kid, I was really amazed how he could jump off of the top ropes and down on the one or ones he was wrestling.
He and Davey Boy made Professional wrestling worth watching.
I am saddened to hear of his passing, my prayers go out to his family in this time of their great sorrow.
Their will be a big part missing with out The Dynamite Kid!