WWE Fans are sad after the industry lost two wrestlers in which Hall of Farmer included. King Lawler’s son remains on life support following a suicide attempt. Brian Christopher Lawler has been placed on life support when he tried to hang himself in his jail cell.
Grandmaster Sexay, a former wrestler in the WWE, was found unresponsive in the cell on Saturday night. Davah Lawler’s son Brian Christopher Lawler has been placed on life support after committing suicide in jail.
Brian reportedly tried to hand himself after being arrested for driving under the influence. He rushed to Regional One hospital, where he was placed on life support. Brian went to jail at the Hardeman County jail following his DUI arrest on 7th July. Moreover, the police pursued Brian’s vehicle after they spotted him swerving and speeding around 1 am.
Davah Lawler’s son Brian has been arrested jailed at the Hardeman County Jail on 7th July. Moreover, he was arrested in June for allegedly running from a Hampton Inn bill.
He has one brother and two children with his ex-wide Davah Lawler.
He became famous as one half of the tag team with Scotty 2 Hotty in his wrestling career.
Rikishi joined the duo in 1999, and Brian led authorities on a chase before he was taken into custody. Moreover, they were together and won the tag team championship. On the same day, he attempted suicide, and WWE announced Hall of Farmer Nikolai Volkoff’s death. He died at the age of 70, and that was a sad moment for WWE fans.
Volkoff was famous for his dastardly WWE tag team championship-winning union with the Iron Sheik. He was hailed down as one of the greatest sports entertainment villains that he had ever seen over his 40-year pro wrestling career.
According to WWE’s statement, “Volkoff’s infamous rendition of the Soviet National Anthem made him an instant icon in the WWE Universe’s eyes as a superstar, they truly loved to hate.”
The wrestling industry hit the third time on Sunday with reports that Frederick Seawright is better known as Brickhouse Brown. He was battling cancer and passed away due to it.
Jim Ross is the wrestler commentator and has the honor of inducting Volkoff into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005. As Statement describes, “ WWE extends its condolences to Peruzovic’s family, friends and fans.
Brown started pro wrestling in 1982 and worked for WWE in 1995. After losing the battle with cancer, the wrestling industry hit badly. He was treated for cancer at a hospice in Mississippi hospice when he passed away.
Some reports refuted that Brown was miraculously woke up. Furthermore, he was a good friend of Brian Blair, president of the Cauliflower Alley Club. In the last year, he reached stage 2 to stage 4 cancer. Doctors told them that he needed surgery and could not afford it if he had hope of survival.
Blair’s organization stepped into his medical expenses. He constantly received assistance from different organizations until he passed at the age of 57.
Brown went one on one with greats such as Triple H and was good friends with former WWE superstar Brian Blair.