Chris Benoit was a Canadian professional wrestler often considered among the greatest wrestlers. During his immensely successful wrestling career of 22 years, he won numerous titles and was part of ‘World Wrestling Entertainment/Federation,’ ‘World Championship Wrestling,’ ‘New Japan Pro Wrestling,’ and ‘Extreme Championship Wrestling.’ During his illustrious career, Benoit achieved an impressive 22 professional wrestling titles, including the ‘World Heavyweight Championship’ in WWE and WCW, ‘United States Championship,’ and ‘Tag Team Championship.’ He is also known as one of the four wrestlers in the world to get their hands on the ‘Triple Crown Championships’ in both WWE and WCW. In 2004, he became the second wrestler after Shawn Michaels to win a ‘Royal Rumble’ match as the number one entrant. His athleticism and wrestling prowess made him one of the most loved professional wrestlers with a large fan following. His death came across as a shocker to millions of his fans around the globe when he was pronounced dead in June 2007. He murdered his family and two days later, took his own life. His death sparked a lot of rumors; in the end, depression and brain damage were asserted as causes of his diminishing mental health. It is also believed that concussions caused by head injuries over the years inside the ring may have led to his violent behavior.