90s WWE Star Road Dogg Hospitalized After Heart Attack: Report

by John Jamison

Brian James of WWE fame, otherwise known as Road Dogg, suffered an apparent heart attack after returning from work on Thursday night.

The former wrestler is only 51-years old and is reportedly in stable condition. James’ wife, Tracy, shared the news on Facebook.

I want to thank everyone for the prayers and text. Brian most likely suffered a heart attack late Thursday night after…

Posted by Tracy Conant James on Saturday, March 27, 2021

According to Tracy, “Brian most likely suffered a heart attack late Thursday night after returning from Orlando. He has had test run and we’re currently waiting for the results.he has also seen a kidney specialist and will have a stress test done. He’s always been on bp meds for high bp. Just please pray all the test come back for something we can fix. I am a total wreck but I’m trying so hard to be positive!”

Tracy followed up her post with an update on the condition of Brian’s kidneys, which appear to be in good shape. She also adds that they won’t know much more until a heart catheter gives them more information on Monday and asks for thoughts and prayers.

Road Dogg’s Hall of Fame Career

Fans will remember Road Dogg most recently from when he and his team were inducted into the 2019 class of the WWE Hall of Fame. Going back to the 90s, fans of the WWF’s Attitude Era will recognize Road Dogg from The New Age Outlaws tandem with Billy Gun as part of D-Generation X. Some consider their stable the greatest tag-team champions in WWF history.

According to WWE. com, Road Dogg won multiple titles, including a handful as a tag-team with Billy Gun. He also won a WWF Intercontinental Championship. In the early 2000s, he moved on to compete in different wrestling networks.

His last WWE appearance came in 2014 when he “shocked the WWE Universe” by reappearing alongside Billy Gunn and winning the title at Royal Rumble Kickoff Match.

These days, Brian James works behind the scenes as a producer and writer for a number of WWE shows.

We wish him a full and fast recovery.