Tony Khan Donates $10,000 To Help Ex-WCW Star In Serious Need

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Tony Khan is doing his bit to help out Kevin Sullivan.

Over the last several weeks, former WCW star Kevin Sullivan has undergone emergency surgery, while also contracting sepsis and encephalitis. These health problems have seen his family turn to the wrestling community for help.

In response to his health struggles, Sullivan’s daughter Nicole launched a GoFundMe page, writing the following:

The Taskmaster needs your help! Wrestling legend Kevin Sullivan is facing a critical medical emergency and financial crisis.

On May 12th, 2024, while in Florida for autograph signings, Kevin suffered a devastating accident. He underwent emergency surgery that saved his leg and life but faced severe complications, including sepsis and encephalitis. This unforeseen catastrophe has placed an immense financial burden on his family, as Kevin has been in and out of consciousness in the ICU, far from home.

Despite these challenges, Kevin has shown incredible resilience. Months later, he is still fighting to regain his independence.

Even with an excellent insurance plan, the coverage is nearly exhausted due to the length of stay.

Sullivan began his career back in 1970 and went on to work for Jim Crockett Promotions, WCW, TNA, and Ring of Honor.

Tony Khan Donates Huge Sum To Kevin Sullivan GoFundMe

Since the appeal went live, donations have come flooding in from the likes of Jim and Stacy Cornette, Chris Jericho, Diamond Dallas Page, and Cody Rhodes. The campaign target was set at $20,000, and donations have already surpassed $47,800.

AEW boss Tony Khan has also done his bit to help out, donating $10,000.