Mainstream sites are reporting that 50 former WWE wrestlers are suing WWE for concussions that they incurred during the past. Wrestlers bringing the lawsuit include "Mr Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, and Road Warrior Animal. Firstly, why are wrestlezone and other wrestling sites not reporting this? It isn't on the wrestlezone newspage. Is Vince threatening or paying wrestling sites to not report this story? Secondly, surely wrestlers know that when they wrestle, they may get concussion. What did they think happened when you get hit in the head with a chair? How can sportspeople and others who do activities which could affect the head sue? There is an "assumption of risk" when you do a physical sport, whether NFL or WWE. It is an occupational hazard and what they sign on to. This concussion thing is overblown. Concussion has been around since the first caveman hit the second caveman on the head with a bat. Yet, it is only now that people suddenly bleat about brain injury, because overpaid scientists do some study which showed some analysis. Vince McMahon used the concussion thing to his advantage when it came to the Benoit incident, to deflect steroids being the thing that set Benoit off, and making WWE partly culpable for turning a blind eye to steroid use in the past. I'm interested in your thoughts, if wrestlezone don't remove this thread first, since they see this story of such little importance that it isn't reported on their news page, let alone in the main headlines.