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WWE News: Vader receives good news from doctors about his health

Vader might be out of danger for the time being, after having taken another medical opinion.

Vader no longer under mortal danger

After announcing the status of his deteriorating health a month back — WWE Legend Vader tweeted out an update yesterday:

It appears that having taken another opinion on his health has alleviated the serious concerns. On the 14th of November, Vader had tweeted out the following:

Vader had indicated that all the years performing in the ring and playing football had taken a heavy toll on his body.

Several individuals from the Internet Wrestling Community, and also from several known pro wrestling personalities had sent him messages of support. RAW General Manager Mick Foley went as far as to requesting the WWE to consider Vader for next year’s Hall of Fame.

Vader's had a successful career in both Football, and Pro Wrestling.

During his tenure as a footballer, Vader played for his hometown team, the Los Angeles Rams — and during the rest of his life as a pro-wrestler — Vader worked for almost every major promotion in North America such as AWA, WCW, WWE, to name a few. He also worked in both New Japan Pro, and All Japan Pro Wrestling. 

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Vader during all this time went through a slew of problems, not just professionally but in his personal life as well.

After going through a double-knee surgery, the surgical wounds got infected and he thus had to stay bedridden for six months. After recovering from that ordeal, while travelling to Japan for an autograph session — Vader passed out on the aeroplane and went into a coma for 33 days.

Vader was also recently involved in a horrific car crash but had survived without any major injuries. However, it now seems that things are moving along in a positive direction for Vader as far as his health goes and we wish him the best. 


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