Wrestling superfan Vladimir Abouzeide has been released from the hospital after undergoing surgery to assist in issues related to his Parkinson’s disease, Pwnsider reports.
Abouzeide was sent home this weekend after he underwent a successful four-hour surgery on May 4th to help with physical issues related to the condition.
Abouzeide will undergo four to six weeks of physical therapy once he is healed enough to do so.
In other news, The Briscoes battled Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn on multiple occasions in Ring of Honor, and Mark Briscoe recently reflected on their matches together.
Briscoe was a guest on the “Talk is Jericho” podcast and he recalled his and Jay’s matches with Owens and Zayn.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On facing Owens and Zayn: “I mean, Kevin Steen and El Generico, we wrestled them for the better part of 2007…We’re all full of piss and vinegar … we would go out there and beat the absolute crap out of each other, and just have a blast doing it.”
On the chemistry between the four: “The first time that we wrestled was in Philly, and it was just kind of a … no build to the match. I think that match went so good and the chemistry was so right there, he [Gabe Sapolsky] said, ‘We can run this match all year long.’ And so, that’s what we did.”
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