Dolph Ziggler talks about his recent concussion in WWE
The Carroll County Times is featuring an interview with WWE star Dolph Ziggler who talks in detail about his recent concussion that kept him out of the ring for some time.
Ziggler added, “I had a bad headache for a solid two weeks afterwards. I was diagnosed with retrograde amnesia which meant I ended up losing a day and a half, two days of my memory instantly, even though when the incident happened, there was like five more minutes of match that I went through and actually executed very well.”
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Family blaming WWE over fatal astham attack of mother
ABC affiliate RTV 6 is featuring an article on the family of Susan Prim who died in 2008 after having a fatal asthma attack while attending a WWE event. The family claims Prim began having trouble breathing after pyro was set off at the Summerslam PPV in August 2008 inside the Conseco Fieldhouse. Others named in the lawsuit besides WWE includes Capital Improvement Board, the city of Indianapolis, Pacers Basketball, LLC, Conseco Fieldhouse and various other pyrotechnic and entertainment companies.
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