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Bam Bam Bigelow Retires From Wrestling - Updated
Bam Bam Bigelow has apparently hung up his tights and called it quits, as he has announced that he will retire from the world of professional wrestling altogether. Bigelow was supposed to work a match at the Ballpark Brawl in Buffalo on the 17th of July, but will not be appearing.

Bigelow has apparently been advised by doctors not to wrestle in his injury ridden condition, and although the promotors of the Ballpark Brawl show were going to bill this as Bigelow's "retirement match", it will now not happen.

Well, we at Fiesta Fest Wrestling would like to thank Bam Bam for his efforts in the ring, he has certainly brought a lot to the wrestling world (at least to us). Best of luck to Bigelow and to his future endeavors.

News courtesy of WrestleZone.Com:

"Ballpark Brawl Participant Retires From Wrestling

Organization to announce replacement tomorrow


Buffalo, NY (07/12/04) - It is with mixed emotions that we, the Ballpark Brawl Executive Team, are announcing that Bam Bam Bigelow will not be appearing on July 17th at the Ballpark Brawl. Through secondary and tertiary sources the organization has been notified that Bigelow has officially retired from professional wrestling.

Those sources, citing chronic injuries and recommendations by health professionals, confirmed the information on Friday. Bigelow is no longer accepting bookings and will not be appearing at previously agreed upon appearances. The team attempted to have the July 17th match be an official retirement match but those offers were not responded to.

"We do not think it is our place to announce anyone's retirement; however, we do feel it is very important to keep our fans updated to changes in the card. We respect his decision and could not possibly understand the difficulty and pressure that he is currently operating under. We wish that he could have waited two weeks to retire but his life and health are too important to risk. We hope for his improved health and success in his new life outside of the squared circle," said Ballpark Brawl spokesman Christopher Hill.

The organization has been working very diligently over the weekend to secure a suitable replacement. The result of those negotiations will be made tomorrow morning on http://www.ballparkbrawl.com."


Apparently, the replacement for Bigelow in the Ballpark Brawl show will be none other than WWE's own Al Snow. Should be some consolation to Bigelow fans.

2004-Jul-15 04:11 pm by Mr Taco

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