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Randy Orton Loses A Small Piece Of Himself At Hell In A Cell 2018 (Graphic Photo), Footage Of Orton Almost Tearing Jeff Hardy’s Ear Off

• Legendary Old School Wrestling Manager Celebrates His Birthday

Legendary Old School Wrestling Manager Jim Cornette (James E. Cornette) turns 57 today.

Cornette worked for pretty much most of the big Wrestling promotions during his career, such as the WWF World Wrestling Federation, WCW World Championship Wrestling, Mid-South Wrestling, CWA Memphis Wrestling, WCCW World Class Championship Wrestling, TNA Total Nonstop action, … & several more, but also had his own promotion during the 90s, called SMW Smoky Mountain Wrestling.

He even appeared in Paul Heyman’s ECW Extreme Championship Wrestling for 1 night, but hardly anyone remembers that.

Among the most famous Wrestling Superstars, Jim has managed over the years are names like Yokozuna, The Midnight Express, Owen Hart, The Heavenly Bodies, Vader, Jeff Jarrett, The Rock’N’Roll Express, Big Bubba Rogers, The New Midnight Express, Mantaur, Barry Windham, The British Bulldog & Dan Severn.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JIM CORNETTE!

• Randy Orton Loses A Small Piece Of Himself At Hell In A Cell 2018 (Graphic Photo), Footage Of Orton Almost Tearing Jeff Hardy’s Ear Off

13 Time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton defeated Jeff Hardy inside Hell In A Cell.

The end came when Hardy took a crazy bump that backfired. You can watch it below:

During the match, Orton almost tore off Hardy’s ear! You can watch it below:

Orton then posted a graphic image of him losing a ‘piece of himself’ during the Hell in a Cell match. You can check it out below:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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No matter the outcome, they say you lose a small piece of yourself when you enter #HIAC @wwe

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#HIAC #7 #forthewin

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Orton was bleeding from his back and leg during his Hell in a Cell match against Hardy:

        
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