Thursday, June 30, 2011

Medical Examiner Reveals Randy Savage Died Of Cardiovascular Disease


Macho Man Randy Savage died from a serious "cardiac event" he suffered moments before plowing his car into a tree last month -- this according to the Pinellas County Medical Examiner.

According to the medical examiner, Savage suffered from cardiovascular disease -- and the deadly "cardiac event" resulted from the condition.

According to the toxicology report, Savage tested positive for alcohol and hydrocodone (an opiate) during the time of his death ... but neither played a role in his death.

As we previously reported, the wrestler's brother said Savage experienced a heart attack before the accident -- and that's what caused him to lose control of his vehicle on a Florida highway and slam into a tree.
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Update On WWE Being In Talks With Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman

Following reports that Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are in talks with WWE about returning to the company, MMA journalist Ariel Helwani tweeted the following:

Meltzer report on Heyman/Brock going 2 WWE, according 2 sources, is somewhat inaccurate. What is being discussed is a consumer product deal
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Audio: The CawsCast 6/28/11 Archived

The CAWsCast returned on 6-27-11 on the SNS Radio Network with "The Phenom" Charles Shane & "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. Charles and JJ discussed the CM Punk promo from RAW that has wrestling fans everywhere talking and comments from his peers in the business. After the break Charles gave the update of the progress of the XBox 360 WWE ALLSTARS Tournament taking place at . JJ opened the phone lines and The Pope Trentavious called in to talk some ALLSTARS on the PS3 and weighed in with his comments on Punk. JJ ran down a few new interviews that will be taking place soon on the network including Gerald Brisco and Linda Hogan, and he also commented on mail service once again running in Canada and recieving a copy of "Backdoor to Chyna" in the mail. Charles read a few emails before ending this 90min edition of the CAWsCast.