The wrestler's wife spoke to TMZ about his progress.
Sprayberry alumnus and pro wrestler Marcus "Buff" Bagwell is recovering from last Monday's crash when he flipped his Jeep in the Towne Lake area. Judy Bagwell, his wife, told TMZ that he'd been hooked to a breathing tube in the emergency room while doctors scrambled to treat face and spine injuries, but the tube was removed Wednesday and he's eating, talking and breathing on his own. She told TMZ that the accident-causing seizure likely resulted from medication. Bagwell has suffered such seizures in the past, she said.
A seizure may have caused professional wrestler and former Sprayberry High School football player Marcus “Buff” Bagwell to wreck his car Monday in Woodstock, according to a Woodstock police report.
Pro wrestler Marcus “Buff” Bagwell told his wife on the phone he was about to have a seizure before he flipped his vehicle several times in Towne Lake Monday afternoon. Bagwell remained sedated in intensive care with several broken bones in his neck, face and jaw two days after the wreck, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Cherokee Tribune reported the 42-year-old Woodstock resident lost control of his 2005 Jeep Wrangler on Buckhead Crossing at approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday. Bagwell scrubbed the curve for several hundred feet before making a sharp left-hand turn which caused his Jeep to spin across the raised median and eventually rolling over, according to the police reports. Bagwell opened his eyes briefly Wednesday and …