Two former professional wrestlers filed a federal lawsuit accusing World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) of "selling violence" and ignoring concussions.
Vito LoGrasso, 50, and Evan Singleton, 22, say brain trauma from wrestling left them with conditions like migraines, memory loss, depression, and deafness.
"Under the guise of providing entertainment, the WWE has, for decades, subjected its wrestlers to extreme physical brutality that it knew, or should have known, caused created latent conditions and long-term irreversible bodily damage, including brain damage," the potential class-action suit read, according to The Associated Press.
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Oh, and did we mention one of LoGrasso's stage names was literally Skull Von Krush?
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