Paul Orndorff has been in the news a little bit recently and it hasn’t been for the best reason, but hopefully, this will change that. After all, he still seems to be in great spirits even though he’s suffering from lymph node cancer at 68-year-old.
The WWE Hall Of Famer also had to recently enlist in fan support to help him save his home. Thankfully the crowdfunding site was effective and raised the $10,000 needed to save his home.
Orndorff was also involved in the class action lawsuit against WWE that was recently dropped. He is battling CTE as well, but that didn’t stop him from getting in the ring recently in Saskatoon and showing that he still has a lot of that vigor that made him so famous as a pro wrestler in the 1970’s.
It’s nice to see Orndorff is still able to have a great time and pop a crowd. Our thoughts are with him as he continues with his struggles. But it’s nice to see that he can still land an elbow drop on a heel.

H Jenkins

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