Mr. Anderson’s recent interview with Fanhouse.com confirmed that his attempt to come back to the ring so soon after his concussion was most likely a mistake."I took a week off and I got back in the wrestling ring and I was having a match with A.J. Styles and I forgot everything that we had talked about in the locker room," Anderson said. Anderson continued to explain the scary situation in which he was unsure of what he was to be doing in the ring. He continued explaining that TNA and the industry in itself has different views on head injuries now than they did in years past. "Times are changing in the wrestling business and people are realizing that you can’t wrestle 300 days a year and be healthy and you can’t get regular concussions or take chair shots to the head and things like that and be OK long term," said Anderson. You can read the full interview at Fanhouse.com.
Check out part 2 of this weeks Chair Shot Reality where Lex Luger talks about his relationship with Vince McMahon, plus why he hasn’t been back to the WWE since he left in 1995.
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