Archive for June, 2011

Randy Orton Interview About 2006 Drug Overdose Taken Down From Official Website

Published June 30th, 2011, Uncategorized

Randy Orton, with or without WWE’s input, has concluded that he took the hype of his upcoming DVD documentary too far by discussing his 2006 drug overdose in an Arizona radio interview two days ago. Either that or the interview tease has already served its purpose. In any case, you can no longer find the […]

While WWE Star Randy Orton Overdosed on Drugs, Wrestling Media and Fans Underdosed on Reality

Published June 30th, 2011, Uncategorized

Breaking his years-long silence on the subject, Randy Orton has acknowledged in an Arizona radio interview that in 2006 he indeed overdosed on an unspecified drug, was rushed by his then-fiancee to a suburban St. Louis hospital (DePaul Health Center, I can now report), and nearly died. This verifies the account first published on this […]

Dustin Fink’s ‘Concussion Blog’ Comments on Our Recent Posts

Published June 29th, 2011, Uncategorized

Irv Muchnick: Two Articles

And the NFL Band Played On: Concussion Crisis Destined To Become Sports World Counterpart of AIDS Saga (full text)

Published June 28th, 2011, Uncategorized

[originally published 6/24 at]   by Irvin Muchnick The absolute power of the National Football League has corrupted our sports culture absolutely. In his recent intemperate email to me, The New York Times’ concussion reporter, Alan Schwarz, complained that I have failed to credit him with uncovering a “conspiracy” in the marketing of flawed […]

WWE Releases Chris Benoit Story Figure Chavo Guerrero

Published June 26th, 2011, Uncategorized

As they did referee Scott Armstrong before bringing him back this year, WWE has parted company with wrestler Chavo Guerrero. Like Armstrong, Guerrero had received Chris Benoit’s final text messages during the horrific double murder/suicide incident that took place, coincidentally, four years ago this weekend. David Bixenspan of Cageside Seats reviews some of this history […]