Unfortunately, it's not a work. Something happened to Jerry, whether it was a heart attack or a seizure. Latest report is he's breathing on his own, which is obviously a good sign. Prayers are with Jerry.
Wow, I was watching Raw at my local gym and the time and I left around the same time Jerry collapsed, then I came back home finding that the match between Mysterio and Rhodes had no announcers.
Thank goodness medical teams have saved him so far. Wish Jerry to pull it through.
BTW, the last segment turned out to be incredible. Cena somehow turned the always-hostile-against-Cena Montreal crowd to his side and also did the opposite on Punk, who was cheered earlier. Great go-home show ending!
That last segment was the only part I saw, but it was amazing. Cena and Punk will both go down as legends. They will be up there with HBK and The Hitman
shit was surreal. silent commentary and everything. literally couldn't get into raw from that point though that ending promo was really good.
there's a report out that he was clinically dead for 20 minutes. not sure if that's true, but that's obviously not good for the brain because of limited oxygen (even if they had him hooked up). the brain doesn't take long to overheat or suffer ischemic scarring and tissue damage, thus killing brain cells.
if a report comes out that he's talking coherently and moving okay, i'll feel much better. this guy's schedule is way too busy. at the very least, this should be a wake up call that he needs to stop wrestling among other factors. dude's 62 and shouldn't have too many money problems. time to hang it up. beyond time.