Ex-Announcer Says He Has A Kidney Stone, Final Raw Before ‘Mania



– The March 26, 2012 Raw Supershow will be held at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. This is the final Raw before WrestleMania XXVIII.

– Former WWE star Luke Gallows stated Thursday on Twitter that he’s undergoing surgery on his broken nose today.

“Ready for surgery on my broken nose….Ill release my “Brother Rating” afterward….regardless, Ill rock SC this wknd!” he wrote.

– Former WWE announcer Todd Grisham, who now works as television anchor for ESPN, opened Wednesday night’s Highlight Express program on ESPNews by alerting viewers that he has a “yet to be passed kidney stone.”

“I’m not joking,” Grisham adds. The clip is available here.

*VIDEO* Todd Grisham hates TNA ->



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