TNA: Road to Bound For Glory airs this Saturday night at 11:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 p.m. Central) before the replay of TNA iMPACT!.
A doctor treating John Graziano, who was injured in an Aug. 26 car wreck involving Hulk Hogan’s son, said the young man will probably spend the rest of his life in a nursing home, according to court documents. A registered nurse hired by the court to examine Graziano wrote, “the treating physician does state that at best, this gentleman most probably will open his eyes on and off.” Graziano’s mother, Debra Graziano, is petitioning the court to take over guardianship of her son, who is in critical condition at Bayfront Medical Center. Graziano, 22, a marine who served in Iraq, was the passenger in a yellow Toyota Supra driven by his friend, Nick Bollea, 17, the son of famous wrestler Hulk Hogan. According to court documents, Graziano was not wearing a seat belt. “Well, that’s one doctor’s opinion, but it’s not the full medical picture,” said George Tragos, the lawyer representing Debra Graziano. Tragos said Monday that John’s condition has improved and he now responds to stimuli.
Michael Weaver Jr. sent along the following: Last night’s episode of TMZ featured all kinds of wrestling. There was a segment on Joanie Laurer being at the Reality Awards last week. They aired a clip of her stating that she had to leave early because she has fans waiting for her in Virginia. The voice-over said “And that’s how far she has to go to see them.” Then a segment was played on Brooke Hogan at the same show and changing clothes. Apparently they thought the dresses she picked were ugly. I have no opinion because her hair was very distracting. She must use the same barber as Jeff Hardy because I swear there are a million colors in her hair. Finally, there was a segment on whether or not Kevin Federline will be a good father and there was a lot of footage from his WWE stint earlier this year.