Jimmy Snuka’s Health Failing, Daniel Bryan on Staying at Home

Jimmy Snuka May Not Have Long to Live
A hearing was recently held in Lehigh Valley, PA in regards to Jimmy Snuka’s murder case and whether or not Snuka is mentally competent enough to stand trial. Speaking on behalf on Snuka, who was deemed not fit enough to travel, was his attorney Robert Kirwan. He revealed how Snuka’s health has continued to fail over the past few months, following a number of infections which led the Hall of Famer to suffer from hallucinations and psychosis
According to Snuka’s wife, Snuka has been placed in hospice care and been receiving morphine in an attempt to make him ‘medically comfortable’. Kirwan went on to reveal that Snuka’s doctors said that it’s possible the Hall of Famer may die within six months if his condition continues to worsen. Prosecuting lawyers confirmed that an independent doctor informed them that Snuka’s condition is terminal.

The judge presiding over the case will now review Snuka’s health records and recent treatment before deciding whether or not the case should continue. TMZ had reported that Snuka is suffering from terminal bowel cancer, with further details on the link below.

http://www.tmz.com/2016/12/02/superfly-jimmy-snuka-terminal-cancer-6-months-to-live/
Daniel Bryan on Spending More Time at Home
Former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan appeared on the Sam Roberts podcast, where he discussed how he’s adjusting to life outside of the ring.

“It’s weird. The baby changes everything. For example, there are times I really enjoy Talking Smack, and then there are times when it’s like, you know, you’re travelling all that way to not wrestle. If it was in Phoenix, and I can go be the GM, and go host Talking Smack, then it’s like, yeah, this is the greatest job in the world, but then like, especially once we have the baby that is the tough part. It’s like, man, do I really want to leave the baby? Brie and I’s relationship it’s really hard to leave one another. That’s how our entire relationship has been. We met each other in WWE, and sometimes we’ve been on different schedules, but it’s hard enough to leave Josie, but to leave this baby. It’s like; there are times on SmackDown! that I don’t event want to be on it. I only want to be on it when it’s absolutely necessary for me as GM for me to be out there. I want the focus to be on the talent. It’s like this last SmackDown!; I was in one small segment on SmackDown! and then I was on Talking Smack. You leave on Monday morning and you don’t come back until Wednesday; it’s like, do I really want to leave my baby for two whole days? I think they know, as much as I like to poke fun at Raw, I’am really positive overall about the company because, for example, right now, Brie and I are taking Spanish lessons that the WWE is providing for us. We have a Spanish tutor that comes to the house and they provide college education, the provide funds for people who want to do that, so there’s all these things that,you know, when I see something I don’t like I say it, but overall, it’s a great company to work with.”
Check out the link below for the full interview