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Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Concussion Lawsuit Appeals Against WWE, WWE’s Attorney Comments

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• Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Concussion Lawsuit Appeals Against WWE, WWE’s Attorney Comments

The Supreme Court of the United States of America recently declined to hear the appeals of many former WWF/E Wrestlers who sued the company for failing to protect them from repeated head injuries that were linked to CTE (long term brain damage).

While the former NFL Players were actually successful with a similar lawsuit, which was even made into a Hollywood movie with Will Smith called ‘Concussion’, the Wrestlers did not succeed with theirs.

Attorney Konstantine Kyros, who filed the lawsuit, said:

“The wrestlers are dying of CTE despite the inaction of the justice system. Our team is proud to have brought their claims to our highest court and hopeful that this brings awareness to their ongoing struggles.”

WWE’s attorney Jerry McDevitt told ESPN:

“We’re glad it’s finally over. We were completely vindicated.”

Below is the list of former WWF/E Superstars who were a part of this lawsuit:

– Marty Jannetty

– Road Warrior Animal

– Paul Orndorff

– Chavo Guerrero Jr.

– Ahmed Johnson

– Barry Darsow (Smash / Repo Man)

– Shane Douglas (Dean Douglas)

– Dave & Earl Hebner

– Heidenreich

– Sabu

– The late Jimmy Snuka

– The late King Kong Bundy

– The late Mr. Fuji

– The late Kamala

… & several others

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• Former WCW Main Eventer Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Talk Show Host Jay Leno celebrates his 71st birthday today.

He’s world famous as the host of The Tonight Show on NBC from 1992 to 2009, and also main evented the WCW PPV ‘Road Wild 1998’, where he teamed up with Diamond Dallas Page to take on the heel team of Hollywood Hogan & Eric Bischoff.

Jay Leno’s Team even gained the victory when musician Kevin Eubanks interfered on their behalf and Leno ended up pinning Eric Bischoff.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

        
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