Paul Bearer’s son says his father’s heart attack could have been prevented

Mar 23, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck


WWE legend Paul Bearer died from a heart attack … Paul’s son tells TMZ … and the sad part, it could easily have been prevented.

Michael Moody tells us, Paul’s death certificate lists the cause of the heart attack as supraventricular tachycardia or SVT — a dangerously high heart rate.

But here’s the thing … we spoke to a cardiologist who tells us, SVT is quite common and if treated, usually isn’t deadly. SVT’s symptoms are similar to anxiety and heartburn … so people tend to ignore it, which is what likely happened to Paul.

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Michael says doctors believe his dad — real name Bill Moody — had been struggling with SVT in the last few weeks of his life.

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