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Former WWE Wrestler Zach Gowen Says Vince McMahon Saved His Life

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• On This Day In Wrestling History (July 29, 2018) – Old School WWF Veteran Passes Away

On this day in 2018, we lost Old School WWF Attitude Era Veteran “Grand Master Sexay” Brian Christopher (Real name: Brian Lawler) at the age of 46 when he allegedly committed suicide.

Brian was the son of Old School Wrestling Legend Jerry “The King” Lawler, and he was most famous as the Tag Team partner of Scotty 2 Hotty.

Together they were known as ‘Too Much’ aka ‘Too Cool’.

Except for his time in the World Wrestling Federation (1997-2001), he spent most of his career wrestling for the Memphis territory (Continental Wrestling Association & United States Wrestling Association).


January 10, 1972 – July 29, 2018

• Former WWE Wrestler Zach Gowen Says Vince McMahon Saved His Life

Former WWE wrestler Zach Gowen took to Twitter to praise WWE CEO Vince McMahon for giving him an opportunity in WWE and paying for 2 prosthetic legs.

He got emotional and wrote the following:

“57 year old non-wrestler billionaire catches an Asai moonsault from a 1 legged kid live on PPV. That’s NUTS! I love Vince so much

He put me in a ring with Hulk Hogan, paid for 2 prosthetic legs out of his pocket, paid for the treatment which saved my life/gave me the foundation to live a life that is indescribably wonderful. I love Vince. I’m gonna give him an uncomfortably long hug next time I see him

I’m gonna be sobbing uncontrollably into his shoulder ruining his suit and he’s gonna say ‘alright pal that’s enough.'”

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