“Superstar” Billy Graham has lost 80 pounds during an ongoing four-month stint in the hospital, according to a report by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

The 79-year-old wrestler has been hospitalized due to an infection in his ears, skull, and nose, which has resulted in a loss of appetite and extreme weakness. Graham has been battling various health issues for the last decade, including liver issues, knee and hip replacements, and pneumonia. He has also undergone several surgeries, including a liver transplant in 2002.

Despite his health battles, Graham has remained active on social media, regularly posting updates and thoughts on wrestling and current events. He has also been outspoken about his political views, often drawing controversy and criticism.

It is unclear when Graham will be released from the hospital, but Meltzer reported that he is currently on strong antibiotics three times a day and is expected to continue the medication for the next three months.


Fans of “Superstar” Billy Graham have been expressing their concern and sending well wishes to the wrestling legend during his hospitalization. Despite his health struggles, Graham’s legacy as a pioneering wrestler and larger-than-life personality continues to inspire generations of fans and fellow wrestlers alike.

What do you think “Superstar” Billy Graham’s legacy will be in the wrestling industry, and how has he influenced the sport over the years? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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