WCW Legend Nearly Loses Leg After Accident

A GoFundMe page has been created to assist former WCW star and booker Kevin Sullivan, who is currently facing a severe medical and financial crisis. The organizer shared the following details:



The Taskmaster Needs Your Help!

Wrestling legend Kevin Sullivan is in a critical situation following a devastating accident on May 12th, 2024, while in Florida for autograph signings. He underwent emergency surgery that saved his leg and life, but he has since faced severe complications, including sepsis and encephalitis. This catastrophe has placed an immense financial burden on his family, as Kevin has been in and out of consciousness in the ICU, far from home.

Despite these challenges, Kevin has shown incredible resilience. Months later, he is still fighting to regain his independence. Even with excellent insurance, the coverage is nearly exhausted due to the length of his stay.

Kevin’s illustrious career in wrestling spans six decades, starting in the late sixties. He thrived in Championship Wrestling from Florida, collaborating with legends like Mike Graham and Eddie Graham. Kevin continued to impact the wrestling world with WCW and through various speaking engagements, including Vice TV’s ‘Tales from the Territories’ and his weekly show on Conrad Thompson’s network, ‘Tuesday with the Taskmaster’.

This GoFundMe is set up to help cover the costs of:  -Continued hospital expenses  -Skilled nursing care  -Acute and subacute occupational and physical therapy  -Recurring medical expenses  -Transportation to return home to his family Your support will help Kevin return to what he loves most: entertaining fans with his rich stories and vast knowledge of wrestling. Any contribution, big or small, will make a significant difference in Kevin’s recovery journey.
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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