e use and hiding important medical information from the wrestlers.
Haynes — who wrestled for McMahon between 1986 and 1988 — says the organization never warned wrestlers about the longterm health risks of the concussions they suffered in the ring.
In the suit, filed in federal court in Oregon, Haynes also blames the WWE for his Hep C diagnosis — saying he contracted the illness during blood-soaked matches with infected wrestlers.
Haynes says the WWE is at fault for not doing a better job to protect the wrestlers from exposure.
Haynes has brought the suit on behalf of himself and others — he’s demanding more than $5 million.