MISFITS' JERRY ONLY Hospitalized After Brawl In Mexico City?

The following item came to us from a BLABBERMOUTH.NET reader in Chihuahua, Mexico:

"I just wanted to inform you that a local radio station here where I live (Chihuahua City, in Chihuahua, Mexico) announced the postponement of the MISFITS concert for [Sunday], Feb 1st due to an altercation the MISFITS (Jerry / Dez / Marky lineup) had with some 'fans' in Mexico City [Saturday, January 31].

"I have no more information for you except that the altercation seemed so severe that Jerry Only was vomiting blood and had to be transferred back to the U.S. (they didn't say where exactly).

"I do not know if the altercation was before, after, or during the show, and I don't know what is his condition currently.

"I was compelled to inform you this because I myself am curious about the situation and the band's condition, and have not found any more info on the subject. And I thought it might be interesting to Blabbermouth's readers."

(Thanks: Eloy Espinosa)


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