• Gillberg Suffered A Heart Attack Yesterday
Former WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Gillberg (age 59) suffered a heart attack yesterday.
Gillberg’s wife asked former WWE wrestler James Ellsworth to reveal this news to the wrestling fans, and Ellsworth posted a video about it on Twitter.
Ellsworth also noted that Gillberg is doing okay now and is out of the ICU, and the hope is that he’ll be back home this weekend.
You can watch the video below:
A message from Gillberg’s Family.. #PrayForGillberg
— James Ellsworth (@realellsworth) November 26, 2020
Gillberg, who plays a parody of Goldberg’s character, retired from pro-wrestling earlier this year, by defeating James Ellsworth in his final match with a Jackhammer.
You can watch it below:
Get well soon, Gillberg.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 26, 1995) – WCW World War 3 1995
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 26, 1995, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW World War 3 1995’ LIVE on PPV from the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia.
This was the 1st one out of only 4 annual ‘WCW World War 3’ pay-per-views that aired between 1995 and 1998.
The tagline of the event was “Sixty Men… Three Rings… Three Giants… One Battle Royal”.
The absolute highlight & main event was the 60-man 3 ring battle royal for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Title.
Future World War III PPVs (1996-1998) would only have the #1 contender spot on the line for the winner of the 60-man battle royal.
The results are here:
WCW World Television Championship: Johnny B. Badd (c) defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Taped Fist match: Big Bubba Rogers defeated Jim Duggan
Bull Nakano and Akira Hokuto defeated Mayumi Ozaki and Cutie Suzuki
WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Kensuke Sasaki (c) defeated Chris Benoit
Lex Luger defeated Randy Savage
Sting defeated Ric Flair
Randy Savage won a 60-Man World War 3 battle royal vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship