WWE Hall of Famer Billy Graham Has Died At 79 Of Age

WWE Hall of Famer Billy Graham Has Died At the Age of 79


LOS ANGELES- WWE great superstar, Billy Graham has died at the age of 79. Read on to learn more about Billy Graham death. 

Ric Flair, a fellow Hall of Famer, first announced the information on Twitter, and Dave Meltzer later corroborated it.

Following multiple sources, over the past few months, the future Hall of Famer has experienced a lot. He was fighting multiple illnesses when he was brought to the hospital a long time ago.

According to updates on a GoFundMe page asking for funds for his care, Graham, whose real name is Eldridge Wayne Coleman, had been dealing with a number of health concerns over the past few months, including an infection, congestive heart failure, diabetes, and other maladies.

Also, the WWE legend’s wife, Valerie, shared an update and pleaded for good thoughts for her husband in the most recent news. She said that she had denied the physicians’ request to turn off his life support.

The 16-time world champion, Ric Flair, recently broke the sad news of Billy Graham’s passing. A note praising the great for having a positive impact on his career was also displayed.

What Did Ric Flair Exactly Tweet About Billy Graham Death?

On Wednesday, fellow wrestler, Ric Flair was the first to break the news of Billy Graham’s death on Twitter.

He took to his Twitter on 17th May 2023 and wrote-

“The Superstar Billy Graham Just Left Us 🙏🏻 THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR INFLUENCE On My Career!”

WWE itself later confirmed the information and shared a tweet-

WWE is saddened to learn that WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham has passed away. We extend our condolences to Graham’s family, friends, and fans.

David Allen Meltzer, a credible American journalist and sports historian also shared a heartwarming note on Billy Graham death and wrote-

‘Graham’s impact extended beyond “The Nature Boy.” My entire life, and tonnes of others from Flair to Hogan to Jesse you wouldn’t know that you would change because of him’

‘When professional wrestling was still viewed as a serious sport, “Superstar” Billy Graham was an eccentric, colorful character. One of the first wrestlers to use steroids heavily was Graham, a decision he subsequently openly regretted since the years of steroid addiction had a negative impact on his health. Additionally, he had pushed for former WWE Champions to use it responsibly. In 2004, Graham was admitted into the WWE Hall of Fame.’

Freaky Funtoosh sends our condolences to the friends and family of Billy Graham. He was indeed a legend in many ways.

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