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Brian Christopher Lawler, former wrestler, hangs self

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to TMZ, former WWE Superstar Brian Christopher Lawler attempted a hanging. The story says he’s on life support.

Lawler, the son of WWE Hall of Famer and announcer Jerry “The King” Lawler, hanged himself on Saturday night. He attempted to kill himself nearly Memphis, Tennessee.

Brian Christopher Lawler is a wrestler performing in the ring

Brian Christopher Lawler in his heyday with the WWE (Photo by the WWE)

He previously was known Grandmaster Sexay in the WWE. Lawler was found by guards in his cell. TMZ is reporting it is “dire.”

Earlier this month, Lawler was arrested for evading police on July 7th. The 46-year-old was also charged with DUI.

During his WWE heyday, he partnered with Scotty 2 Hotty. They formed “Too Cool” tag team, and they previously WWE Tag Team Championship.

Lawler worked for the United States Wrestling Association, the World Wrestling Federation (the former name for the World Wrestling Entertainment – WWE), World Wrestling All-Stars, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, and the independent circuit in his career.

He wrestled as Brian Christopher, Brian Lawler, and Grandmaster Sexay. He began his wrestling career on June 1988 and it ran for two decades up until his death. He was trained by Jerry Jarrett and Jerry Lawler.

He was the two-time GWF Light Heavyweight Champion. He also was the Memphis Wrestling Southern Wrestling Champion and the PPW Television Champion. Lawler also won the USWA Heavyweight Champion, USAWA Tag Team Champion, and the USWA Texas Heavyweight Champion.

He also was the NWA North American Tag Team Champion and the WWF World Tag Team Champion. He was only the WWF World Tag Team Champion for just 27 days.

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