Mick Foley sent out a message on his Twitter account that former WWE star and women's wrestling legend Luna Vachon has lost everything related to her wrestling career in a fire. Details about the fire are still unknown at this point, but Foley is usually a reliable source when it comes to his Twitter account.
The following is taken from TWNPNews.com
"Mick Foley wrote on his Twitter page that Luna Vachon has lost pretty much everything related to her wrestling career due to a fire at her house. Foley is asking people to send magazines, action figures, DVDs, etc. related to Vachon's career to the following address. Luna Vachon, PO Box 5813, Spring Hill, Fla 34611"
Luna Vachon was a serious force in the WWE during the nineties. Her trademark haircut and insane persona made her one woman that most men wouldn't want to be in the ring with.
Luna was a second generation star with her father Paul "Butcher" Vachon and her uncle Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon. She first trained under her aunt Vivian Vachon, and then went on to train under The Fabulous Moolah.
Luna, born Gertrude Vachon, gained a reputation for having a style as brutal as her family members as well as having a trademark mohawk most of her career. She would often cover the bald sections of her head with fake veins and other body paint designs.
This woman was a big part of wrestling for me growing up and I can actually remember getting her trading card as one of the first ones I ever got in a pack when I was a kid.
I, for one, will be searching through some of my old merch and send her whatever I am willing to part with.
Please send your support to this living legend as I am sure she is going through a hard time with all of this.