-- Dawn Marie's Wrestler's Rescue charity sent out the following today…
James "Kamala" Harris has thrilled sold-out wrestling crowds for nearly 35 years in WWE, WCW and other promotions.
In late-2011, Kamala lost a leg due to complications from diabetes. In April of 2012, necessity forced his other leg to be amputated as well.
Due to the loss of these limbs, Kamala will be unable to continue in an active career that has given thousands of hours of entertainment to fans all across the world.
That's why www.WrestlersRescue.org is spearheading a campaign to raise money for this Gentle Giant who has touched so many lives.
The donations generated through this fund will assist in covering Kamala's medical care, basic living costs and a myriad of other expenses as he transitions into a more handicapped-accessible world.
It doesn't matter if you donate $1 or $1,000; every gift is welcomed, meaningful and appreciated.
The Two Best Ways to assist Kamala during this difficult period in his life are by donating toward the Kamala Campaign Fund directly, via Pay Pal by going to WrestlerRescue.org.
OR you can Send Memorabilia for Auction to:
1162 Saint Georges Ave.
Avenel, NJ 07001
We thank you in advance for any and all donations for this Living Legend.
-- Chyna says she has recovered after collapsing on three consecutive days at an adult convention in Miami, Florida last month.
"I want to thank all my fans for their concern @ my health," she wrote on Twitter. "I am almost recovered from sinus infection and out of bed ready for travel again."
She was appearing at the 2012 Exxxotica Expo on behalf of Vivid Entertainment to promote their adult film parody of "Avengers." A Vivid representative told TMZ.com that Chyna continued to appear at the events because she insisted she was fine.
As noted earlier, the former WWE Women's Champion and star of Vivid Entertainment adult hit movie "Backdoor to Chyna," stopped by Rick's Cabaret gentlemen's club in New York City over the weekend and jumped in the DJ booth to spin some of her favorite songs.
"She's good," said Rick's Cabaret's Director of Audio/Visual, DJ Jonathon Page. "I showed her a few things and she took to it very well," he said.
"You've got to keep the energy level high--there are 100 Rick's Girls that are taking off their clothes to the music. It needs to be on point, and Chyna does have a good feel for the vibe," Page said.
Celebrities often show their appreciation for Page's expertise and he will welcomes them into the booth.
"Chyna is very talented, she knows her music, and with a little work, she could become a top DJ," Page said.