Before last night's WWE Monday Night Raw television taping in Knoxville, TN, Kane (Glenn Jacobs) and senior ringside physician Dr. Chris Amman held their first ever concussion awareness clinic aimed at parents and students so that they are more knowledgeable about the dangers of head trauma. It's nice to see WWE doing such valuable work in the local community on a subject of growing importance. Good for them!
For more on some of our past coverage of the issue of concussions in pro wrestling and MMA, please see:
Why isn't Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) being discussed more by the MMA media and athletic commissions?
The sad story of Shannon "Daffney" Spruill in TNA
Dolph Ziggler suffers another concussion at WWE superstars taping in Ryback match
Report: Ryback has heat for giving Dolph Ziggler a concussion
Daniel Bryan suffers concussion on Raw