“Superstar” Billy Graham is a beloved figure in the professional wrestling world, known for his dynamic character work and captivating performances in the ring. He was particularly renowned for his legendary feud with Bruno Sammartino over the WWWF Heavyweight Championship. Fans were shocked to learn that he was hospitalized due to a severe bone infection. Thankfully, we now have some positive news to report regarding his condition.
As previously reported, Graham’s wife told the admin of his Facebook page that he had a very bad infection in his ears that spread to the bones in his ears. Fans simply feared the worst for him after that.
For those who are not aware, Billy Graham has had a history of health issues over the years, which includes Graham being hospitalized numerous due to numerous health issues. His fans have continuously provided him with support no matter what.
Last week, during a procedure in his hospital room, Billy Graham “coded,” and doctors managed to bring him back to life. They put him in the ICU and put a tube down his throat.
Valerie recently revealed that Graham has been moved from the ICU to the PCU, the Progressive Care Unit, as revealed by an update on Billy Graham’s official Facebook page.
“Hi folks. Billy’s wife Valerie has supplied an update. She thanks you so much for your prayers, and would be so grateful if you would please keep them coming. Any donation to Billy’s gofundme would be greatly appreciated. They are facing mounting treatment and rehabilitation costs. Thank you and God Bless.
They said his heart rate and blood pressure are stable enough to transfer him to the PCU on the 3rd floor so that’s what’s happening right now. They had to wait for him to finish dialysis before they could move him. He’s nervous about being out of ICU but I explained it’s because he’s getting stronger.”
Billy Graham previously received medical care for a toe infection, for which he underwent a partial amputation. He is also immune suppressed due to his liver transplant and dealing with heart issues. We at Ringside News send our thoughts and prayers to Graham and his family and hope for his speedy recovery. That being said, he is certainly showing signs of improvement.
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