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Chris Jericho Gives to Former WWE Star’s GoFundMe Account

(WWE veteran Chris Jericho)

A GoFundMe account is set up to help the former ECW/WCW/WWE superstar Perry Saturn with his health issues. Saturn resurfaced last month and spoke to Bill Apter about how he’s currently dealing with a traumatic brain injury from the bumps he took during his wrestling career. He is not blaming the wrestling industry at all, but he is asking for fans for help with his medical costs. He noted that each MRI costs $2,500 to do.

The GoFundMe description,says that the TBI injury causes him to have almost nearly constant headaches, sensitivity to light, brain fog, the inability to drive or work and dementia. His wife Lisa is, at this time, Saturn’s full-time caregiver and he is strapped financially.

Chris Jericho donated under the name Chris Irvine, which is his real life name. He contributed $5,000 to Saturn’s GoFundMe campaign.

If you wish to check out the campaign, do so here

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