In a turn of events that has jolted the WWE community, the celebrated pro wrestling veteran ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan has been admitted to the hospital. His wife, Debra Duggan, confirmed in a recent statement that the much-adored wrestling icon was hospitalized on the previous night and underwent critical surgery earlier today.
As the wrestling world holds its breath, Debra gives reassurances that ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan is recuperating well after the procedure. She pledged to provide updates on the highly respected WWE Hall of Famer’s condition as they arise. Acknowledging the shock to fans who attended last evening’s event where Duggan was honored by the Glens Falls Firefighters Association, she apologized for any inconvenience caused due to the unforeseen circumstances.
Over the past year, the ‘Hacksaw’ has proved his grit once again as he faced both a prostate cancer scare and a home invasion. We hope for a quick recovery and will keep you posted on updates regarding the retired superstar’s health.
In other WWE news, Drew McIntyre recently shared his views on CM Punk’s potential WWE return. Rhyno unraveled reasons for his nonappearance in WWE’s 2006 ECW relaunch. Booker T emphasized the need for more respect among wrestlers while Eric Bischoff demystified WWE’s interest in the Indian market. Seth Rollins expressed his distaste for football as the NFL season kick-starts with Chicago Bears’ first match.
Meanwhile, in the AEW world, there’s been an update on the ticket sales for Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite in Cincinnati, OH. Shane Taylor made a bold proclamation that he is set to bring Championship Gold to Cleveland like LeBron James. Jade Cargill expressed her keenness on playing Storm in the Marvel Cinematic Universe while Sonny Kiss opened up about his AEW Departure. At AEW Wrestle Dream, Zack Sabre Jr. is thrilled about his face-off against Bryan Danielson.
As circumstances around ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan unfold and more exciting updates from the wrestling universe keep coming in, stay tuned to our space for the latest insights.
Debra Duggan announced over the weekend on Duggan’s official Twitter account that the 69-years old WWE legend was hospitalized and underwent urgent surgery. Recognizing his work as a seasonal firefighter in the ’70s, Duggan was recently awarded by the Glens Falls Firefighters Association. Holding our breaths for any further updates, we send our communal strength and prayers to the inspirational veteran wrestler, wishing him a speedy recovery. Commemorate ‘Hacksaw’ Duggan’s legacy while keeping an eye out for further updates on our page.