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Former WWE Champion Says He Could Return On RAW After SummerSlam 2018, Old School WCW Jobber Passes Away

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• Old School WCW Jobber Passes Away

On August 14, 2018, we lost former WCW Enhancement Talent Doc Dean (Real name: Ian Brown) at the age of 48 due to a heart attack.

Dean used to be a famous wrestler in England (UK), Europe during the 80s & 90s, often teaming up with British wrestling legend Robbie Brookside, who is now a coach at the WWE Performance Center.

In 1997 after a successful NJPW tour, Doc Dean was signed to a contract by Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling promotion, but despite having high hopes, he ended up being used only as a ‘Jobber To The Stars’ for his entire WCW run.

In 1998, he left the company and retired from Wrestling all together.

Ian passed away in Florida, where he lived ever since he came over to the United States.


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• Former WWE Champion Says He Could Return On RAW After SummerSlam 2018

During a recent interview with ESPN, former WWE Champion The Big Show noted that he’s expected to get cleared to return to in-ring action soon.

Big Show even said that his return could be as soon as the post-SummerSlam 2018 edition of RAW if WWE’s Creative Team has a storyline for him:

“Hopefully within the next couple of weeks, I will be back in the ring. That’s the main goal. I’m actually going to try and get cleared Sunday, by WWE’s doctors; moving around the ring a little bit. I could be back as soon as the Monday Night Raw after SummerSlam, if they have something for me.

Just because I’m healthy, doesn’t mean our creative team is healthy for me yet.”

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