Men on a Mission were the epitome of WWE’s “New Generation” era in the 1990’s. They were a colorful tag team who also happened to be rappers that spread the word of positivity via professional wrestling. They also wore colorful and memorable ring attire. Oscar, Mable, and Mo were a staple in WWE during that time.
A recent report by WrestlingNews.co noted that Mo is currently having some serious health issues. The former WWE Tag Team Champion had a liver transplant recently. Doctors were worried about a possible rejection.
The virus has also caused Mo gastrointestinal problems. The Men on a Mission star has been dealing with several other health issues recently. A 2018 kidney transplant meant Mo would have to be on anti-rejection medications for the remainder of his life.
“WrestlingNews.co has learned that Mo (Bobby Horne) from the 90’s WWE tag team Men on a Mission is currently hospitalized in the ICU and battling COVID-19. We’re told that things took a turn for the worse about three weeks ago.”
COVID-19 has had a dramatic effect on the world of professional wrestling. It’s all the more dangerous in this case because of Mo’s history of health problems. It sounds like he’s got a long battle back ahead of him.
Everyone at Ringside News is wishing Mo a full and fast recovery. Men on a Mission are remembered as one of the liveliest acts of an era that didn’t produce a lot of great wrestling. Get well soon, Mo!
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