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Attacked 4CW Octane competitor Hospitalized?
« on: June 28, 2017, 03:55:58 AM »
At 10:35 on the 27th of June, 2017 the 4CW Octane competitor and participant in the upcoming tag tournament Philippe "Vossler" Chiari was checked into the Carolinas HealthCare System NorthEast hospital. He remained in a unconscious state until 18:00 approximately that same evening. No major injuries have been reported. Two bumps on the head. A cut that has been sutured shut.

Doctors report that his extended unconscious state may have been the bodily withdrawal from the sudden force to the head, however no concussions or other injures aside from the surface-level ones are detected and reported. Nurses refused the 4CW news crew inside. However, Jolon 'Fox' Stevenson (Vossler's manager) was able to tell us more.

FOX: "The attack was intended to send a message after the recent... bill that we have received. Probably to tell us that if the proper amount is not paid in time, it will result in more of this. They're not a smart lot. As for (Vossler) himself, while there's nothing set in stone yet it appears that he is going to be cleared to compete."

When asked about Vossler being attendance for the Ante Up PPV;

FOX: "We're aiming to get him out A.S.A.P. Once he's out, he's gonna head home to freshen up and then head out to support Mariano in his match against Nirvana. We firmly yet kindly request that the 4CW press does not approach Vos with any questions or such. We will not answer them."

We thanked Jolon for his time and went on our way. At the time of reporting this, Vossler has been released from the hospital.
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