Johnny Condrone, known as Johnny Meadows, a wrestler who performed for World Championship Wrestling and Smoky Mountain Wrestling as an enhancement talent, passed away after battling COVID-19. He was 59 years old.
Condrone, who had been battling COVID-19 for the two month, succumbed to the virus early on Tuesday, October 20. His death was covered by The Daily Times.
Condrone began performing in the early-1970s with Southeast Championship Wrestling. He was a classic journeyman performer, doing stints in many territories as an enhancement talent either as Johnny Meadows or some other name assigned to him. Condrone last wrestled in the mid-1990s.
In recent years, Condrone was busy as a bluegrass music performer. He had been nominated for a Grammy in the genre and performed with The Tranquility Express and the Roane State Boys.
On behalf of the staff of Wrestleview, we offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Johnny Condrone for this terrible loss.