Scott Hall Screws Another Company, Lex Luger Paralyzed

Ryan Clark


Scott Hall was booked to drop the WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship on the weekend of December 14 to Biggie Size, a power wrestler similar to TNA’s Hernandez. Hall asked Hector Melendez (who briefly did the LAX ring introductions when he worked for TNA) if the title match could be changed to a non-title street fight because he thought it was too early to be dropping the title to him. Due to his friendship with Kevin Nash, they thought he was playing games and told him he needed to drop the belt. Hall just stayed in his hotel room and no-showed the event. Hall’s excuse when talking to WWC officials was that he was running late and that he’d be at the show. Of course, he never came. Hall ended up forfeiting the belt and Biggie Size won it in a deciding match on 12/15. Hall held the belt for approximately 6 months.

Lex Luger is currently staying at the Spinal Rehabilitation Center in Marietta, Georgia. He is still paralyzed in both arms and both legs, but has begun to get feeling back in all four extremities. The official diagnosis was that he suffered a spinal stroke. He collapsed in a hotel room on Friday, October 19 when he was in San Francisco for a wrestling convention. Luger spent several weeks at Stamford Hospital before he was flown back to Georgia.

The Rock’s most successful film since The Scorpion King, The Game Plan, will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc on Tuesday, January 22. The Game Plan will be out on DVD in two formats – widescreen and full screen – along with the high-definition version. The movie did a total of $88,649,123 in domestic box office revenue through Christmas Day.

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