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Jason Sensation Undergoes Heart Surgery, Willow Nightingale On The Origins Of Her Character

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Some of you may remember Jason Sensation during the early days of the Attitude Era, as he famously impersonated Owen Hart on WWE television.

On Friday, the actor took to Twitter to announce that he underwent successful heart surgery. He wrote,

“I would like to thank each & every Person who has helped me, reached out to show their support & lifted my spirits upon heart surgery. I truly am grateful & fortunate & send my love out to All including Everyone who’s taking part in saving my life at @UHN & @SinaiHealth

11:11”

We send our best wishes to Jason “Sensation” Tavares for a full recovery.

Willow Nightingale recently appeared on the “Under The Ring” podcast to discuss a variety of topics, including the origins of her wrestling persona and the inspirations for the character.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the origin of her character: “When I first started [wrestling], I wanted to have this brash, ‘I’m going to beat you up. I’m the toughest person’ [type of character], and it wasn’t believable because it’s not who I was. It was very inauthentic and then somebody gave me a piece advice. One of my trainers, Blake Morris, had told me, ‘People have fun watching you have fun.’ Of course, people can express that in a million different ways, but for me that meant like, what I do, how I have fun, find a way to put that forward. So all of my little quirks and idiosyncrasies and everything that made me comfortable being myself, I just kind of let lead the way. That’s really when I started seeing things click.”

On taking inspiration from Akira Hokuto: “She had inspired me big time in terms of like, okay, I can turn it around and I could still have the best of my career ahead of me. So I borrowed that from her. And for me, I look for tough hard-hitting people. I want my performances to, of course, be hard-hitting and tough, but [I want to] still find a way to throw my personality in there.”

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