WWE wrestler Big Van Vader announces on Twitter he is failing of congestive heart failure
November 16, 2016 - WWE
- Wrestling star Big Van Vader has announced he has dual years to live
- His doctors have told him he is pang from congestive heart failure
- Vader, genuine name Leon White, tweeted a unhappy news out on Tuesday
- Fans responded with condolences and support for a WWE legend
Kalhan Rosenblatt For Dailymail.com
Wrestling star Big Van Vader has announced in a twitter that he has reduction than dual years to live.
Vader, genuine name Leon White, is a star of World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE.
On Tuesday, he took to Twitter to share a unhappy news with fans after articulate with his doctors.
The wrestler pronounced dual physicians told him that he has congestive heart failure, according to a tweet.
World Wrestling Entertainment star Big Van Vader (right) has announced in a twitter that he has reduction than dual years to live
The wrestler pronounced dual physicians told him that he has congestive heart failure, according to a tweet
Doctors told Vader his years of fighting have led to a heart disease.
‘Told by 2.heart Drs during this time that my heart is wore out from footbalwrestling we have 2 yrs to live , conjestive hesrt disaster reality,’ he tweeted.
He added: ‘I am usually now permitting this as partial of my reality.’
Fans sent their condolences and support to Vader on Twitter and many seemed ravaged by a news.
‘I’m contemptible to hear this, sir. Always been a fan. One of many flexible and absolute large group in a diversion of all time,’ one chairman wrote to a legend.
Fans sent their condolences and support to Vader on Twitter and many seemed ravaged by a news
Another said: ‘2 years? Apparently they can’t tell Vader time! Stay focused and overcome. Who’s da man??’
‘Vader we wish that’s not loyal and we live many some-more years. You’re imperishable in pro wrestling and in a hearts,’ a twitter said.
The 61-year-old has won several titles during his reign wrestling, including a WCW World Heavyweight Title 3 times, as good as WCW US Heavyweight title, according to NBC 4.
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