By Keelan Balderson | December 27, 2007
As we reported a week or two ago, legendary wrestling personality Bobby "The Brain" Heenan had to have reconstructive jaw surgery following side effects from his cancer treatment. Unfortunately the first attempt didn't go as planned so he's had to endure a second operation.
Doctors hope that the second surgery will be successful and that the new bone will heal properly. Heenan is still in a medically induced coma and is expected to be brought out slowly this week. He is expected to remain hospitalized for at least another two or three weeks.
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