WWE Hall Of Famer Set For Partial Amputation

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A legendary WWE Hall of Famer has announced that he is set to undergo partial amputations as he battles some serious health issues.

Superstar Billy Graham’s wrestling career began in 1970 as part of Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. As was the custom in the territory days, Superstar moved around a lot before finding himself part of Vincent J. McMahon’s WWWF for the first time in 1975.

When Graham returned to the promotion in 1977, he did the unthinkable when he defeated Bruno Sammartino for the WWWF Championship, ending the legend’s second reign as champion at a whopping 1,237 days.

Superstar Billy Graham has also been a controversial figure in recent years with his outspoken views on WWE, with Graham even suing WWE at one point in relation to Vince McMahon’s steroid trial in the early nineties.

Now the wrestling legend has given an upsetting health update on his personal Facebook as he tells his followers of his upcoming medical procedure alongside a photo of him wrestling in Japan:

“Health Issues”

“Hi fans, nice shot here while working in Japan for you, enjoy. I have some infections in a few toes and my Mayo Clinic surgeon must do some partial amputations. This is going to take some time to recover from so I will be offline for a while.”

“If you good folks out there have any photos or thoughts you would like to put up in the meantime my FB is open for business. I just won’t be responding for the next 2 or 3 weeks, I have to heal up in between surgeries and it takes full concentration. Catch up with you all a little further down the line. Superstar Billy Graham”

Everyone at TJRWrestling wishes Superstar Billy Graham a full and speedy recovery.