WCW wrestler who sued the company sentenced to life in prison
Former WCW wrestler Hardbody Harrison (a/k/a Harrison Norris) was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday in Atlanta. He was convicted last November of charges that included conspiracy, commercial sex trafficking, and witness tampering. To read more, visit FoxNews.com.
Powellâ€™s POV: Harrison among the wrestlers who joined Sonny Onoo in filing a racial discrimination lawsuit against AOL/Time Warner over mistreatment in WCW. The case was eventually settled out of court and Harrison reportedly received a substantial payoff. Cary Ichter, the lawyer who filed the lawsuit on behalf of the wrestlers, is currently representing Konnan in his legal battles with TNA.
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