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From Loose Cannon to Legend: The Brian Pillman Story

Posted on: Oct 6 2015 - 10:05am | #0
In: Featured, Video, WCW, WWE
Jim LaMotta

October 5, 1997 marked the passing of Brian Pillman, who competed the night before at a WWF house show and was scheduled to appear at that night’s pay-per-view event. The broadcast of “Bad Blood” opened with WWF owner Vince McMahon informing the viewing audience that Pillman was found dead in his hotel room at the age of 35 and a 10 bell salute followed the next night on Raw. Nearly two decades later, Brian Pillman is still remembered, specifically through a DVD release on his life in 2006 and the accessibility to classic footage through the WWE Network, but the true impact of his career might not be realized to many fans. Fighting to survive from the start of his life, Brian Pillman underwent dozens of throat surgeries to...

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