Former WCW wrestler Lodi, whose real name is Bradley Cain, recently experienced a heart attack following a match for an independent wrestling promotion while driving his car. In an interview with QCNews, he shared his account of what transpired.
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During the incident, Lodi expressed concerns about not wanting to harm anyone, citing the tragic passing of Macho Man Randy Savage. He was driving with one hand while feeling doubled over. Subsequent medical examinations revealed that his first two major arteries were blocked at 100%, while the third artery, known as the Widow Maker, was blocked at 90%. This situation was serious and quite frightening for Lodi.
However, Lodi remains optimistic about his recovery. Even without questioning, his nurse confidently assured him that he would be able to wrestle again in the future. Lodi attributes his strength and belief in a higher power, feeling that God was with him throughout this challenging experience. He is determined to undergo rehabilitation and work towards improving his health.
Lodi first gained prominence in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1997 as a member of Raven’s Flock. In 1999, he formed a tag team partnership with Lenny Lane as “The West Hollywood Blondes” before undergoing a gimmick change and adopting the name “Standards and Practices.”
We wish Lodi a successful rehabilitation journey and improved well-being as he works towards getting better.