Damian Demento Comeback?, Lex Luger Update Inside, Rock

Ryan Clark


Former WWE star Damian Demento, who last wrestled in 1993, is attempting a wrestling comeback. On YouTube, he has posted some videos of himself training to get back in shape and tangling with a wrestling student at the Pro Wrestling Revolution wrestling school. You can see the videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/MansDeepestFears.

On October 19, 2007, when he was in San Francisco for a wrestling convention, former WCW World Champion Lex Luger suffered a nerve impingement in his neck that led to temporary paralysis. He was sent to the Stanford hospital where he underwent intravenous antibiotic treatment. Nearly a month after what was deemed as “spinal stroke,” Luger was transferred from California to an Atlanta hospital. For a few weeks, Luger was in a quadriplegic state, having no movement in either his arms or legs. Luger was eventually able to lift his legs and move his torso, not to mention hold a can in his hand. Luger has since left the hospital and is now living in his own apartment. He is getting feeling back in his body with each passing week.

You can see images of The Rock at The Game Plan’s UK movie premiere from this past Sunday at WireImage.com.

Former WWE Tag Team Champion Doug Basham is taking indy bookings through his e-mail address (dougbasham1@hotmail.com), not to mention MySpace page (www.myspace.com/dougbasham1).

WWE has hired Celso Forster as Director of Marketing Latin America. WWE is looking to increase their presence in Latin America and Forster will help them. “Celso is joining WWE at a fantastic time,” said Carl DeMarco, WWE President, Latin America. “I’m confident that he will tap into WWE’s strong worldwide appeal and build upon the heightened profile we received from the recent successful Live Event tour across Latin America as we build momentum toward our biggest event – WrestleMania 24 on March 30th.”

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