Tom Prince Died: What Was His Cause Of Death?

Tom Prince died – Dies due to long-lived battle of cancer:

Tom Prince died after battling cancer. The professional Bodybuilder Tom Prince left this world on February 5, 2020. The departed soul’s cause of death is revealed.

The Bodybuilder died in the arms of his wife and his family by his side. Tom died at the age of 52 years, indeed gone too soon.

At the time of his death, no cause of death was revealed. Earlier, he was diagnosed with cancer and had an adamant time. The Bodybuilder was facing health issues for a very long time, things got worse, and the health issues got more severe, which caused the IFBB Pro League bodybuilder to lose his life.

Evolution of Bodybuilding first disclosed the news. The confirmation came after his long-time fellow friend Bob Cicherillo took his Instagram to break the sad news of his friend Tom Prince. Moreover, Prince and Bob became friends on IFBB Pro, and also Bob was Mr. Olympia’s announcer.

Tom Prince and Bob Cicherillo healthiest relationship:

Bob Posted a picture of him with former NPC national’s winner Tom Prince. He wrote a heartwarming caption cherishing the best time they lived together.

His note left us teary-eyed. Bob declared his friend Prince Tom as a good husband, caring father, wise uncle, supporting brother, and a great friend.

Tom Prince Long-Lived Healthiest 52 Years:

Indeed, no words could explain Tom Prince Long-Lived Cherished Healthiest 52 years of life. Here’s an overview of his life.

Tom Prince (born October 26, 1969). He was brought up in Virginia. In 1995, Prince marked his first appearance as an amateur at the NPC Nationals. As a result of his participation, he was ranked second in the heavyweight division to all-embracing Don Long(American baseball coach). However, Prince again placed himself in the second position in the coming year, dissecting to Jay Cutler. Moreover, In 1996, Prince finished as a runner-up in the USA Championship. It was another prestigious and rivalrous performance.

Following two years as an amateur, Prince set himself into the pro ranks by succeeding the heavyweight titles at the NPC National Championship 1997.

He was victorious in front of many prominent names including, Orville Burke, Dave Palumbo, and Troy Alves. Oroville Burke finished as a runner-up against him, while Dave Palumbo was in fifth place.

To read out more about Tom Prince’s early life and career, we will come up with another article featuring his early life, net worth, and much more.

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