Pro wrestling's Big Van Vader says he has 2 years to live

Vickie Mathis
Ноября 27, 2016

Big Van Vader, a former pro wrestling star in the #WWE, WCW and in Japan, has announced that he may have less than two years left to live.

"I have two years to live, congestive heart failure".

Doctors told Vader his years of fighting have led to the heart disease.

Notably, current on-screen Raw general manager Mick Foley commented on Vader's announcement on Facebook noting how he was lobbying for him to be inserted into the WWE Hall of Fame. They've given Vader two years to live.

- Joe Otterson (@JoeOtterson) November 15, 2016@itsvadertime this is very bad news. You are a true legend. ✊ ✊ fist- Saint Rhys (@RhysTheSaint) November 15, 2016@itsvadertime Be the Mastodon and prove the Doctor's wrong man!

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Vader's first major win in the ring came against Sting. He later moved to the World Wrestling Federation, now known as WWE.

After a successful career in WCW, Vader debuted in the WWE in 1996 and was managed by Jim Cornette. He captured three heavyweight titles during his career.

Professional wrestling legend Big Van Vader shared grim news Monday he says his doctors gave him recently.

Last year, Vader got himself back in incredible shape, and he was in competition just a few months ago, when his Twitter feud with indie megastar Will Ospreay turned into a real-life wrestling match.

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